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Gerard Horan

Gerard Horan

United Kingdom

Age: 61

Born: 11 Nov, 1962

Known for

In Detectorists as Terry Seymouras Terry Seymour

in Detectorists
In Belgravia: The Next Chapter as Enrightas Enright

in Belgravia: The Next Chapter
In WPC 56 as Peter Prattas Peter Pratt

in WPC 56
In The Singing Detective as Reginaldas Reginald

in The Singing Detective

TV Series Starring Gerard Horan

Belgravia: The Next ChapterBelgravia: The Next Chapter
MGM+, 2024 Running | Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.3/5

25 years after the events of the hit historical drama "Belgravia".

BBC Four, 2014 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Discovery/Science | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.8/5

Andy and Lance are two friends who share a passion for metal detecting and are on a quest to find their heart's desires. As they search the fields of rural England, they encounter a variety of characters and challenges that test their friendship and their determination to uncover hidden treasures.

WPC 56WPC 56
BBC One, 2013 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Action, Crime, Romance | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.7/5

WPC 56 is a drama series set in the 1950s, following the story of police officer Gina Dawson as she struggles to make a name for herself in a male-dominated world. The show explores the challenges faced by women in law enforcement during this era, and the obstacles they must overcome to succeed.

The Singing DetectiveThe Singing Detective
BBC One, 1986 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Mystery, Thriller, Music
Rating: 1/5

There are four mutually interfering narrative strands in The Singing Detective. First is the hospital-ward story, described by Potter as a "sitcom", which owes a certain debt to an earlier play, Emergency-Ward 9 (itself a satirical reaction to the popular hospital soap opera of that time, Emergency-Ward 10, which Potter had watched while hospitalised, like his protagonist Philip Marlow, with a flareup of psoriatic arthropathy). Second is the detective story being created mentally by the protagonist, Philip Marlow, as he lies helpless in his hospital bed. The third strand consists of flashbacks to Marlow's childhood in the Forest of Dean, and the traumatic experience of witnessing his mother's infidelity one day in the woods, combined with guilt over her later suicide in London. The fourth strand concerns Philip's ex-wife, Nicola, whom he imagines is conspiring with a shady film producer to bilk him out of film rights to his novel.