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Lee Asquith-Coe

Lee was born in Dover in February 1974. He studied at Brockhill Park School of Performing Arts excelling in drama and theatre. His first feature was a very small speaking part in Le Petite Bande (1983) and followed up with another in Lady Jane (1986). At the age of 17 however he choose a different career path and joined The Royal Air Force where he served for 13 years, his experience in the Military and working as a consultant in the Government Sector and a "chance" role in a low budget film led him to not only pursue a new career in writing but also re-find his love of acting. His military experience and natural acting ability has led him to be cast in several major Hollywood productions, as well as domestic television. Not satisfied with just film and TV Lee was also cast as part of the main cast in the award winning theatre production "You, Me, Bum Bum Train" (2012) His determination to succeed and creative mind has allowed him to follow a new passion, writing. Reaching the semi-finals of the Creative World Annual Awards in 2013 with his script "We Are Soldier" (currently in production) has given him a new found confidence which reflects both in his acting abilities but also his writing. Lee is now working on his next script "Humpty Dumpty" a dark twisted psychological horror as well as pursuing his acting career.

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Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the series Midsomer Murders 1998-06-28
Latest Project:
Series Toast of London 2017-09-02
Known For
Poster of The Royals
Poster of Broadchurch
Poster of Mr Selfridge
Poster of The Bletchley Circle
Toast of London Unknown 2017-09-02
Grantchester Unknown 2015-01-18
Critical Unknown 2015
The Royals Unknown 2015-03-15
Fleming Unknown 2014-01-29
Babylon Cross Rail Worker / ... 1 episode, 2014 2014-02-09
Mr Selfridge Unknown 2013-03-31
Broadchurch Unknown 2013-08-07
The Bletchley Circle Unknown 2012-09-06
Trollied Unknown 2011-08-04
Outnumbered Unknown 2007
Seconds from Disaster Unknown 2004-07-06
Midsomer Murders Unknown 1998-06-28