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Dominic Coleman

Dominic Coleman

United Kingdom

Age: 53

Born: 29 Jan, 1970

Known for

In Upstart Crow as Condellas Condell

in Upstart Crow
In Trollied as Nevilleas Neville

in Trollied
In Heading Out as Jamieas Jamie

in Heading Out
In The Mind of Herbert Clunkerdunk as Jonny Wallopas Jonny Wallop

in The Mind of Herbert Clunkerdunk

TV Series Starring Dominic Coleman

The Mind of Herbert ClunkerdunkThe Mind of Herbert Clunkerdunk
BBC Two, 2018 | Comedy

Spencer Jones stars as his alter ego Herbert Clunkerdunk - a man constantly interrupted by his own imagination.

Upstart CrowUpstart Crow
BBC Two, 2016 | Comedy, Drama, History | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.6/5

The six-parter about the life of William Shakespeare will air as part of the BBC Shakespeare Festival2016. David Mitchell (Peep Show) will play the Bard at the beginning of his career. Also featured are Harry Enfield, Paula Wilcox, Liza Tarbuck and Game Of Thrones' Gemma Whelan.

Heading OutHeading Out
BBC Three, 2013 | Comedy, Family, Romance, Lifestyle
Rating: 2/5

Sara is a veterinarian who has everything going for her. On the evening of her 40th birthday however she is given a ultimatum by her friends, to tell her parents she's gay when they visit her in 6 weeks.

Sky 1, 2011 | Comedy, Drama, Family | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.5/5

You've heard of Sainsbury's, Asda and Tesco, but what about Valco? Sky1 opens the doors to the fictional British supermarket and the everyday lives of its staff. The new comedy series is exec produced by The IT Crowd's Ash Atalla and stars Mark Addy, Rita May and Jason Watkins.