Bobby
Lockwood

Bobby is a BAFTA-winning actor whose credits include Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, Eurovision & The Outpost.

Bobby started his acting career at a young age and landed his breakout role as the voice of Patch in Walt Disney’s 101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure. He was then part of the original cast of House of Anubis before landing the lead role in CBBC’s hit series Wolfblood (for which he won Best Performer Award at the children’s BAFTAs 2013).

Other TV credits include ITV’s Lewis, BBC3’s Uncle and ITV’s The Unforgotten. Film credits include Eurovision, Outside The Wire, The Outpost, Access All Areas, Mum’s List opposite Rafe Spall, Honey 3 and Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk.

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Film

Jeff 
Director David Dobkin
Netflix
Reggie 
Director Mikael Håfström
Netflix
Kevin Thomson 
Director Rod Lurie
Millenium
Seaman on Hospital Ship 
Director Christopher Nolan
Warner Bros / RatPac-Dune Entertainment
Matt 
Director Niall Johnson
Studio Soho
Wings
Short Film
Albert 
Director Jamie Weston
Wings Film
Spiritual Simon 
Director Bryn Higgins
Camden Film Co.
Laser 
Director Billie Woodruff
Universal Pictures
Warren Turdslinger 
Director Tenney Fairchild
Sky
Bobby 
Director John Henderson
Belmore Media
Patch 
Director Jim Kammerod / Brian Smith
Walt Disney PLC

Television

Marcus Jack & Ollie 
Director Tommy Forbes
ITV2/ Monkey Kingdom
Sean 
Director Sturla Gunnarson
Global / Big Light Productions
Nathan 
Director Andy Wilson
ITV1/ Mainstreet Pictures
Josh 
Director Oliver Refson
BBC3/ Baby Cow
Sam Langton 
Director Matthew Evans
ITV1/ ITV Productions
Rhydian 
Director Various
CBBC / BBC Television
Conal Connor 
Director Rebecca Gatward
Zodiac / CBBC
Mick Campbell 
Director Various
Nickelodeon USA / Lime Pictures
Regular Contributor 
Director Richard Grocock
CBBC / CBBC Productions Scotland
Guest Contributor 
Director Owen Kean/Jennifer Redmond
Somethin' Else for BBC Music
Celebrity Contestant (Winner) 
Director Phil Heyes
BBC 1 / BBC Television
Guest 
Director Gareth Edwards
CBBC / BBC Television

Presenter 

Presenter 
Director Various
CBBC/ BBC

Theatre

Two 
Director Alex Woolley
Writer Francis Grin
The Other Palace
The Boy (Lead) 
Director Ian Albery
Writer Raymond Briggs
Peacock Theatre