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Barnsley Actor Gets Top Role

Friday September 6 2013


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BARNSLEY actor Shaun Dooley has landed the role of a detective in a new BBC thriller.

Shaun, 39, who's appeared in programmes such as Coronation Street, Eastenders and Benidorm, will play detective Jim Fenchurch in BBC1's new drama The Game.

He will appear alongside Brian Cox, who plays the paranoid head of MI5.

Filming started this month.

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Reply Posted by ted on Sunday September 8 2013 at 17:31
Ive seen him on loads a telly. I like him he,s a good actor. Nice to see one of our own making the big time.

Reply Posted by Charlene on Friday September 13 2013 at 10:24
He's my cousin. He's a fantastic actor :-)

Reply Posted by Liz on Friday September 13 2013 at 11:46
Well done Shaun A great actor and a lovely man x

Reply Posted by jus on Friday September 13 2013 at 12:06
He's my cus, but even so. He's an outstanding actor. He's worked very hard to get where he is now. You've been listerning to him every day. Narrates Morrisons, domino pizza. The programme "Bouncers" and more. In Misfits which should be on the box Oct/Nov. He was in "Women in Black" His list is endless.

Reply Posted by Guesty Mcguest on Friday September 13 2013 at 14:08
Wab you've squashed his face in the image.

Seen him a couple of times when hes been up in barnsley hes a top bloke, nice and down to earth very unassuming. Obviously he's worked very hard to get where he is and had a good career for which he is reaping the rewards now.

Kids should look and aspire to him, not all these zelebrities getting drunk on reality tv

Reply Posted by Bev Vosper on Friday September 13 2013 at 14:46
One of my ex pupils. A talented actor and a brilliant guy. Proud to say I taught him and love to see or hear his programmes and the latest news. x

Reply Posted by Mel J on Friday September 13 2013 at 16:37
Went to school with Shaun met up again when he supported Barnsley College with the new build launch. He is truly talented and gave his time to share his experiences with our students who were inspired by him. One of the nicest thing is that he has never forgotten his routes and was proud of his town. Well done Shaun we wish you every success.

Reply Posted by observer on Saturday September 14 2013 at 07:36
hes a great bloke and a good actor.i remeber him from the soap\s. but the one that sticks in my mind was mobile. what a great series that was. anyone else remember it?.

Reply Posted by sid on Saturday September 14 2013 at 23:04
No observer. Sure he was in the last couple of episodes of The White Queen though. He is a good actor.