Many fans of British drama will instantly recognise Richard Lintern who has been on our screens for as long as we can remember.
He is best known his role on Silent Witness joining the cast alongside Emilia Fox in 2014 up until his recent departure early last year.
The 58 year old left the show when his character Dr Thomas Chamberlain was killed off in a huge bombshell episode.
However, his career started off way before Silent Witness in 1993 when he was in an episode of Agatha Christie’s Poirot as John Lake.
Richard then went onto star in the hit drama Endeavour alongside Shaun Evans and Roger Allam when the show first aired.
The star was in the very first pilot epsiode ‘Overture’ playing Dr. Rowan Stromming.
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The epsiode focused on the investigation of the murder of a 15 year old school girl and the suicide of her parents which was lead by an investigation by the Oxford City Police.
Since then, Richard has had roles playing in ITV’s Foyles War and Netflix’s The Crown.
The new series of Silent Witness is currently airing on BBC One.
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