WILLIAM GAMINARAWarm, Authoritative & Clear
Playing Age: 45 - 65
William Gaminara was born in Lusaka, Zambia, in 1956. He graduated from Oxford University with a degree in Languages and has been acting and writing in all media ever since.
On radio he is best known for playing Dr Richard Locke in The Archers for over 22 years and on television as Professor Leo Dalton in Silent Witness for eleven series. Other TV work includes Spooks, People like Us, Hope and Glory, and Attachments. Most recent stage work includes ‘Oppenheimer’ for the RSC ( West End), ‘Enemy of the People’ (Festival Theatre in Chichester), ‘12 Angry Men’ (Garrick Theatre), ‘The Christians’ (Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh/ The Gate).
While he has written two plays for Hampstead Theatre, his most recent stage play ‘The Three Lions’ was produced at St James Theatre last year. Television writing credits include “This Life’, ‘The Lakes’ and ‘Ella and the Mothers’ for the BBC.