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Simon Farnaby was an accomplished actor, noted for his comedic timing in his roles for television shows. His career began with roles in "Clatterford" (2006-07), "Not Going Out" (BBC 1, 2006-2015) and "Spoons (BBC)" (BBC, 2006-07). During the early stages of his acting career, Farnaby worked in films like "Fat Slags" (2007) with Fiona Allen. Following that project, he acted on the silver screen, including roles in the comedy adventure "Bunny and the Bull" (2009) with Edward Hogg, "Burke and Hare" (2011) with Andy Serkis and the Danny McBride comedic adventure "Your Highness" (2011). He also worked in television during these years, including a part on "Utopia" (Channel 4, 2012-14). He also appeared in "Bill" (2015). Farnaby most recently acted in the family adventure "Paddington" (2015) with Hugh Bonneville.

Simon Farnaby was an accomplished actor, noted for his comedic timing in his roles for television shows. His career began with roles in "Clatterford" (2006-07), "Not Going Out" (BBC 1, 2006-2015) and "Spoons (BBC)" (BBC, 2006-07). During the early stages of his acting career, Farnaby worked in films like "Fat Slags" (2007) with Fiona Allen. Following that project, he acted on the silver screen, including roles in the comedy adventure "Bunny and the Bull" (2009) with Edward Hogg, "Burke and Hare" (2011) with Andy Serkis and the Danny McBride comedic adventure "Your Highness" (2011). He also worked in television during these years, including a part on "Utopia" (Channel 4, 2012-14). He also appeared in "Bill" (2015). Farnaby most recently acted in the family adventure "Paddington" (2015) with Hugh Bonneville.

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 Bill (2015)
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 Your Highness (2011)
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 Burke and Hare (2011)
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