Ralph Brown stars in the psychological thriller "Stoker," opposite Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode
and Dermot Mulroney, as the sheriff. Brown can also be seen in Bryan Singer's "Jack the Giant Slayer," as General Entin.

Ralph Brown is an English actor and writer, known for playing the drug dealer Danny in "Withnail and I," the security guard Aaron, aka "85," in "Alien 3," DJ Bob Silver in "The Boat That Rocked," Del Preston in "Wayne's World 2" and the pilot Ric Olié in "Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace."

Brown won the Samuel Beckett Award for his first play "Sanctuary" written for Joint Stock Theatre Company in 1987, and the Raindance and Sapporo Film Festival awards for his first screenplay for the British film "New Year's Day" in 2001.

Other film roles include Dil's on-again-off-again boyfriend Dave in the Academy Award-winning film "The Crying Game," the great train robber Ronnie Biggs in "Buster," teacher and rugby league player Phil in "Up 'N' Under," prison guard Captain Mr. Burton in "Mean Machine," Sgt. Major Harris in the Paul Schrader film "Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist," and CIA renegade Mr. Collins, alongside Wesley Snipes, in "The Contractor." In 1995, Brown appeared in Steven Spielberg's slavery epic "Amistad." In 2007, Brown filmed "Caught in the Act," an independent British film, and appeared in the series "Cape Wrath" for Showtime as the moustachioed policeman Wintersgill.

Brown's other television appearances include Dennis Potter's "Karaoke" in 1995, the BBC's adaptation of Sir Walter Scott's "Ivanhoe" in 1997 as Prince John, and a memorable turn as shaven-headed gang-boss "Miami Vice" in the 2000 series "Lock, Stock…" In 2005 he appeared in "Coronation Street" as Barney, roadie to Status Quo, and with Julia Davis in the cult TV sitcom "Nighty Night." Brown appeared in the final two episodes of "Life on Mars" as Frank Morgan, an interim DCI in 1973 sequences, and Sam's (John Simm's) surgeon in 2006 sequences.

In 2009 Brown made four films: "The Kid," directed by Nick Moran, "Huge," directed by Ben Miller, "Mission: London," a Bulgarian comedy directed by Dimitar Mitoviski which premiered in Sofia in April 2010, and "SUS," written by Barrie Keeffe, writer of "The Long Good Friday," which premiered in April 2010 and ran in the West End for several weeks.

In 2010, 2011 and 2012, Brown has worked on the BBC Three comedy "Him & Her." In 2010, he worked on the film "Killing Bono" and shot the feature film "Dark Tide" in Cape Town opposite Halle Berry. In 2011, he filmed "I, Anna" with Gabriel Byrne and Charlotte Rampling. Then, Brown went on to work on "Jack the Giant Killer" directed by Bryan Singer, and "Tower Block" in London. In 2012, he has worked on "Inspector George Gently" with Martin Shaw, "The Poison Tree" for ITV and "The Mimic" for C4. Brown is currently directing his first film "Red Light Fever."

Brown was born in Cambridge, England, and he has been married to Jenny Jules since 1992. He is a member of a Brighton-based Beach Boys tribute band, The Brighton Beach Boys.


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Age: 59 years old
Birthday: June 18, 1957
Height: 5' 11"
Birthplace: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, UK
Wife: Jenny Jules

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