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Neil Pearson

Neil Pearson



United Kingdom

Age: 63

Born: 27 Apr, 1959

Known for

In Waterloo Road as Vaughan Fitzgeraldas Vaughan Fitzgerald

in Waterloo Road
In The State Within as Phil Lonsdaleas Phil Lonsdale

in The State Within
In Drop the Dead Donkey as Dave Charnleyas Dave Charnley

in Drop the Dead Donkey
In Between the Lines as Det. Supt. Tony Clarkas Det. Supt. Tony Clark

in Between the Lines

TV Series Starring Neil Pearson

All the Small ThingsAll the Small Things

This all-singing series, starring Sarah Lancashire and Neil Pearson, follows the relationship between a musical family torn apart by another woman. The six-part series was written by Cutting It's Debbie Horsfield.


Waterloo RoadWaterloo Road
BBC One, 2006 | Drama, Romance | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

Waterloo Road Comprehensive isn't doing very well. When the Headteacher of the school has a nervous breakdown, Jack Rimmer is promoted to the position, much to his dismay. He knows that if the school doesn't clean up its act soon, it could mean the end.


The State WithinThe State Within
BBC One, 2006 | Drama, Crime, Thriller, Military/War
Rating: 3/5

This 6-part series stars Jason Isaacs (Brotherhood) as Sir Mark Brydon, the British Ambassador to the United States. Muslim British terrorists detonate a bomb on a British commercial airliner throwing the two countries and their representatives into political chaos.


The World's Most PhotographedThe World's Most Photographed

Series exploring the way photography has been used and manipulated to construct the image of ten figures from history.


Between the LinesBetween the Lines
BBC One, 1992 | Drama, Crime

This high quality police drama from the BBC concerned on the activities of the Complaints Investigation Bureau (CIB), investigating allegations of corruption at all levels of the police force, challenging the public's perception of the police force as the bastions of law, order and justice.


Drop the Dead DonkeyDrop the Dead Donkey
Channel 4, 1990 | Comedy

The offices of Globelink News TV was the setting of this topical sitcom. The news station had just been acquired by a multi-millionaire media tycoon who orders that the company should start taking a sensationalist stance to the news.


Chelmsford 123Chelmsford 123
Channel 4, 1988 | Comedy

Chelmsford 123 was a situation comedy produced for British Channel 4 television by Hat Trick Productions. It ran for two seasons, of six and seven episodes, in 1988 and 1990. The series was located in the British town of Chelmsford in 123 AD and concerned the comic power struggle between Roman governor Aulus Paulinus (Jimmy Mulville) and the British chieftain, Badvoc (Rory McGrath). Britain is cold and wet, and Aulus was given the Governor's job as a suitable punishment for accidentally insulting the Holy Roman Emperors' girlfriend. Aulus was a rather delicate Roman, who was usually outwitted by the scheming Badvoc, who hadn't had a haircut for twenty-five years. It was the first series from Hat Trick Productions who were set to become the most successful independent company making comedy and comedy-quiz-shows for British TV in the 1990s.