Actor James Murray: a brief filmography

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Murray James is an actor, films and serials with whose participation regularly go on a rental. The most significant projects are the series "Miss Marple Agatha Christie", "The Challenge", "Be a Man".

actor James Murray

Full-length movies

Although actor James Murray prefersfilming in the television series, in his filmography there are several noteworthy feature films. For example, in 1999, he starred in the military film "The whole royal army", where he played a small role of the second plan. Then followed the comedy "Kevin and Perry Do All" by Ed Bai.

In 2003, the actor starred in the televisionmelodrama "Sons and lovers", in which he played William Morel. Two years later, the actor starred in another television dramatic film - "Under the Green Tree", where he played one of the main roles.

In 2008, actor James Murray played in his first horror, "It's Alive." This is the second full-length non-television film in Murray's career. He played the main role in the film - Frank Davis.

Career on TV

Actor James Murray from the late 90'ssmall roles in the television series. For the first time he appeared on the screen in the well-known TV series "Coronation Street" in 1998. Two years later he performed the role of Marcus Johnson in "The Peak of Practice", then received a small role in the detective "Purely English Murder." James appeared in several other detectives, including in the famous TV series "Miss Marple Agatha Christie."

Murray James Actor Movies

Since 2007, Murray has been shooting in a fantastic television series "Jurassic Portal". In 2011, the actor received a small role in the thriller "Death in Heaven", the same year he began shooting in the television series "Chaos."

The actor James Murray played and in the British detective "New tricks", however his role was small.

James Murray played a supporting role in the popular TV series "Challenge." Since 2014, he plays in the "Suspects" detective. The shooting is still going on.

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