David Robb stars in "Downton Abbey" on PBS as Dr. Clarkson.

London born, and raised in Edinburgh, David Robb is a veteran "Masterpiece" actor. In addition to his portrayal of Germanicus in the iconic 1977 production "I, Claudius," he has appeared in "Masterpiece's" "Flame Trees of Thika," "Parnell and the Englishwoman" and "Sharpe's Peril." His feature film work includes "Swing Kids," "Elizabeth: The Golden Age" and "The Highlander."

Robb has lent his voice to several "Star Wars" video games, and worked extensively for BBC radio on dramas and adaptations. He is married to British actress Briony McRoberts and, for the last 24 years, has volunteered with the Samaritans, a British charity that provides support to those in emotional distress or at risk of suicide.

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How old is he? Find out here.

Age: 69 years old
Birthday: August 23, 1947
Birthplace: London, England, UK
Hometown: Edinburgh, Scotland
Wife: Briony McRoberts

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