Daz Caulton

Daz Caulton



Daz Caulton is an English actor best known for his roles in popular films and television series like The Royal, The Bill and Heartbeat. He was born in London in 1971 and started his career in the theatre, appearing in plays like Othello and Macbeth. Caulton’s career in television and film began with guest appearances in shows like The Bill and City Central.

Caulton's big break came in 1999 when he landed a role in the UK medical drama series The Royal. He appeared in the show for five years, playing the role of staff nurse Mark Williams. Caulton received critical acclaim for his performance and earned nominations for both the National Television Awards and the Royal Television Society Awards. Following The Royal, Caulton moved on to the role of PC Dave Quinnan in ITV's police drama series The Bill.

His other television credits include roles in the shows Casualty, Heartbeat and Coronation Street. Caulton also appeared in the BBC drama series Hotel Babylon, playing the role of nightclub owner Tony Gordon. In 2010, Caulton was cast in the ITV comedy drama Benidorm, playing the role of Kenneth Du Beke.

Caulton has also acted in several films, including the 2004 drama Stoned, in which he played the role of manager Sam Cutler. He also appeared in the 2011 film Attack the Block, playing the role of Vic. Caulton has also starred in the romantic comedy films Love Actually and The Holiday.

Caulton is an accomplished stage actor, having performed in numerous theatre productions in the UK and internationally. He has also appeared in several radio plays and is an active voice actor. Caulton is also a talented musician and has composed and performed music for some of his theatre and film projects. He has also released two albums of his own songs.

Caulton is a popular and well-loved actor who continues to entertain and delight his fans with his performances. He is on the brink of a major career breakthrough, and it won't be long before the world sees what he's truly capable of.

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