Karl Davies
Actor
Karl Davies
Karl Davies is an English actor, who portrayed Lyle Anderson in the TV series Kingdom. Previously he had portrayed Robert Sugden in the ITV soap opera Emmerdale.
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<i>Brief Encounters</i>: What's a Little Frilly Lingerie Among Proper Brits?
Huffington Post - 4 months
The import series Brief Encounters proves again that while British actresses often seem as prim as their country's reputation, they also love a chance to get naughty every so often. You could call Brief Encounters a period piece of sorts, since it's set in the early 1980s, but this is a very different sort of costume drama. The outfits here run toward skimpy underwear, the type popularized in Britain by Ann Summers. The fashion style might be called Victoria's Secret, with a few electronic devices for accessories, and the marketing style was Tupperware. Bring a few friends into the house, show off the product, and encourage them to buy. The product here is a charming six-episode comedy that has been imported by Acorn (www.acorn.tv) and will be available starting Monday. Penelope Wilton (above) stands out in the ensemble cast as Pauline Spake, one of a loosely connected group of women who tumble into the Ann Summers business. Pauline is a middle-aged woman with ...
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'It's just sick'
Kent Online - almost 5 years
A phone troll has been taunting the parents of murdered Sittingbourne teacher Carl Davies - pretending to be their dead son.
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Game of Thrones Season 2: Who’s Who & New Characters
Obsessed with Film - What Cultur - almost 5 years
We’re nearly half way through the second season of HBO’s Game of Thrones and the new characters are starting to pile up! As if the monstrous cast of Season 1 wasn’t enough to wrap our minds around, there are a whopping 22 new characters (worth mentioning) introduced over the first four episodes of Season 2. The following list gives some brief background information about each new character, who they are and how they fit into the story. Hopefully this will help to eliminate any confusion you might have when you yell at your TV: “Wait! Who the hell was that guy again?” At Dragonstone: King Stannis Baratheon Played by: Stephen Dillane Stannis is the late King Robert’s younger brother and the rightful heir to the Iron Throne and Westeros. Since Robert’s Rebellion, he has held the island fortress of Dragonstone, which lies northeast of King’s Landing. Stannis is a hard, pragmatic man, with little patience for ‘friends’. Though an experienced military commander, his current for ...
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Cookeville TVA field office relocates to Tennessee Career Center
Business & Heritage - Clarksvill - almost 5 years
TDVA Commissioner Many-Bears Grinder On April 12, Tennessee Dept. of Veterans Affairs Commissioner Many-Bears Grinder announced the Cookeville VA Field Office will re-locate to the Tennessee Dept. of Labor Career Center in the same community. Doors will open at the new Cookeville Veterans Affairs Field Office, 580 S. Jefferson Avenue, Suite A, on April 17, at 8:00 a.m. CDT. Relocating the Veterans Affairs Field Office into the Tennessee Career Center will eliminate the need for Cookeville veterans to visit two facilities to access resources.  This is the third Department of Veterans Affairs field office to merge with the Tennessee Career Centers. “Effective, efficient, high quality customer service continues to be a priority for Governor Haslam, and we believe relocating our Veterans Affairs Field Offices with Tennessee Career Centers accomplishes that goal. “We are grateful for our partnership with Commissioner Karla Davis and the Tennessee Department of Labor,” Commissioner ...
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Karl Davies-Barrett: Windows Phone changes the way people use the phone
Pan-Armenian - about 5 years
In November 2011, DPE technical Lead for CEE Karl Davies-Barrett paid a two-day visit to Armenia to hold workshop sessions at Microsoft Innovation Center Armenia. In an interview with PanARMENIAN.Net, Mr. Davies-Barrett presented the advantages of Windows Phone operating system, foretelling coming developments in mobile world. He also shared his impressions about Armenian IT sector, hailing the country’s vast potential.
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New Cast Details for 'Game Of Thrones' Season 2 - Britscene
Google News - over 5 years
Karl Davies will play Alton Lannister who doesn&#39;t actually appear in any of the books! The best guess seems to be that Alton will fill the Cleos Frey role, the result of the Lannister/Frey Marriage. Davies is fairly well known in the UK as he played a
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Toyota Cup Teams - Round 25 - League Unlimited
Google News - over 5 years
Karl Davies 11. Tohu Harris 12. John Leiataua 13. Kenneath Bromwich (c) Interchange: 14. Barnabas Tavu&#39;i-Leota 15. Krys Freeman 16. Jordan McLean 17. Matt Constantinou 18. Damian Sironen Eels: 1. Cameron Picker 2. Chris Ulugia 3. Jon Pepa 4
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Oona Chaplin in Game of Thrones Season 2 - Boomtron.com
Google News - over 5 years
Karl Davies joins the cast as Alton Lannister, a character who does not exist in the novels. Lastly Robert Pugh will play a wildling from North of The Wall, Craster. I went to film school in Vancouver, BC. I&#39;ve taken up writing about film and TV as a
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News Briefs: True Blood Creator Alan Ball Gets a New Series, Game of Thrones ... - TV.com
Google News - over 5 years
Irish actor Michael McElhatton will play Roose Bolton, Welsh actor Robert Pugh will play Craster, Ben Crompton will play Dolorous Edd, and Karl Davies will play a new character named Alton Lannister. The addition of Alton is likely being done in order
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Karl Davies a Lannister in Game of Thrones Season 2 - Boomtron.com
Google News - over 5 years
Karl Davis, who you might recognize from the UK soap opera Emmerdale, has joined HBO&#39;s Game of Thrones as a Lannister, but there&#39;s a very good chance you won&#39;t recognize his character. According to AccessHollywood, Davies has signed on to play Alton
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Changes made in the key positions - Melbourne Storm
Google News - over 5 years
Forward Matt Constantinou comes into the team to give the Thunderbolts a bit more size and power, while Karl Davies gets another chance to impress with a starting front-row spot. “Matt comes in for Barnabas (Tavu&#39;i-Leota),” said Pay
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Thunderbolts make one change to winning team - Melbourne Storm
Google News - over 5 years
Fullback Sean Loxley and prop Karl Davies will especially be pumped for a strong showing. “Sean&#39;s playing against a former club, and Kyle spent some time at the Raiders in his younger days, so they&#39;ll obviously want to get in a big performance,”
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Coroner blasts medics at Salford Royal Hospital after baby died - Manchester Evening News
Google News - over 5 years
Their father, Karl Davies, from Walkden, had his sperm frozen while being treated for leukaemia. He died while fiancée Michelle Clark was six months pregnant. Bolton Coroners Court heard how night-shift staff at the hospital had failed to record vital
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Toyota Cup Teams - Round 18 - League Unlimited
Google News - over 5 years
Karl Davies Sharks: 1. Luke Pickerd 2. Ali Hijazi 3. Callum Tutauha 4. Stewart Mills 5. Daniel Moroko 6. Jake Walsh 7. Penani Manumalealii 8. Rodney Coates 9. Dane Malone 10. Teni Waipouri 11. Tyson Frizell 12. Hayden Peacock 13
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About The Program - ABC Online
Google News - over 5 years
Peter (Stephen Fry) dispatches Lyle (Karl Davies) to the insurer&#39;s head office, Wolffe and Curt, to investigate further. Beatrice (Hermione Norris), finds a new man of interest, local painter Alan McEwan. She promptly signs up as a model for his life
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Karl Davies
    THIRTIES
  • 2016
    Age 33
    He returned for a second series of the drama in 2016.
    More Details Hide Details Prior to becoming a professional actor Davies enjoyed extreme sports and competed in climbing competitions at the age of 14, 15 and 16 but never pursued this further than local competitions at a junior level. He has expressed a love of extreme sports such as snowboarding and skiing. However, during his time on Emmerdale he has publicly stated that he was prevented from participating in these activities by the producers. His only real exception to this was as part of the annual charity fund-raising event in Inverurie where he was allowed to go wing walking on a biplane, an experience he greatly enjoyed. Davies has revealed that his role in Emmerdale has led to much greater public recognition and that the reaction from fans of the show has been mixed. He has been insulted and slapped in the street by strangers who have been unable to tell him from the character he plays. However, he has also developed a following amongst gay viewers and received a lot of fan mail from male viewers.
  • 2014
    Age 31
    In April 2014 he began appearing in the crime thriller Happy Valley as Daniel Cawood.
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    In 2014 Davies appeared in two episodes of the drama series The Crimson Field, set in a field hospital during World War One.
    More Details Hide Details His character, Corporal Lawrence Prentiss, begins to suffer from combat fatigue and shell shock, and by the time of his second appearance is "completely psychologically damaged" by his experience of war. In preparation for the role, Davies watched surviving footage of shell-shock sufferers from the first world war, and was shocked by the extent of their condition. Also that year, Davies filmed a minor role in the disaster film Black Sea, in which his character dismisses the protagonist Captain Robinson (Jude Law) from his job.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2011
    Age 28
    In 2011 Davies was cast in the second series of the fantasy epic Game of Thrones as Alton Lannister.
    More Details Hide Details The following year he was cast in the second series of the BBC1 drama series The Syndicate.
  • 2010
    Age 27
    In 2010, Davies played multiple characters on stage in the Tricycle Theatre's The Great Game: Afghanistan.
    More Details Hide Details The play consisted of 12 separate one-act plays (each by a different author) about Afghanistan. The production's tour includes stops in California, Minnesota, New York, and Washington, D.C. Davies appears in four segments, frequently as a soldier.
  • 2006
    Age 23
    Along with the production of Dolphins, Davies also spent 2006 filming an ITV television series, Kingdom, opposite Stephen Fry, Celia Imrie, Hermione Norris and Tony Slattery.
    More Details Hide Details It followed the story of a solicitor (Fry) living in a quiet seaside village in Norfolk. Davies played a trainee solicitor Lyle Anderson, who dreams of escaping Market Shipborough, where the show is set, to work in the city. The first series aired in 2007 and the second began in January 2008.
  • 2004
    Age 21
    As one of the young male characters in the show he was invited to take part in a soap calendar for Now Magazine in 2004 alongside fellow actors Ben Freeman and Kelvin Fletcher.
    More Details Hide Details The character's final romantic storyline involved an affair with the married Sadie King, played by Patsy Kensit. This storyline received media attention when Kensit reportedly objected to a relationship with a younger actor believing her character should be portrayed as a "more sophisticated man-eater". Kensit however clarified the reasons for this in an interview with Leeds Today News stating "When I first heard about the storyline, I said 'but he looks like one of James's friends, so boyish and young'. But Karl is so adorable and we had a lot of fun filming those scenes". The brotherly feud which dominated much of Davies' time on the show was used by producers as the vehicle for a high profile attempt to compete with rival soap EastEnders in the television ratings war and to secure Emmerdales place as the second most popular soap opera in the UK. The chosen storyline involved Andy's attempts to kill Robert which led to his father, Jack Sugden being shot. The story was to prove a success securing viewing figures of 7.6 million compared with 6.4 million for EastEnders. This was the first time Emmerdale has secured such a ratings victory.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2001
    Age 18
    Davies took over the role of Robert Sugden in the soap opera Emmerdale in August 2001.
    More Details Hide Details The change in actor allowed the character to be developed and he soon became involved in a number of controversial storylines, most involving a long running feud with his adoptive brother Andy Sugden. He also became known for a number of romantic storylines, with Robert having an increasing number of sexual partners including Donna Windsor, Andy's wife Katie Sugden and 15-year-old Debbie Dingle, the mother of Andy's daughter.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1982
    Born
    Born on August 6, 1982.
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