Bobby Lockwood

Bobby is a BAFTA-winning actor whose credits include Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, Lewis, Unforgotten, Uncle, Mum’s List.

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Biography

Bobby started his acting career at a young age and landed his breakout role when he starred as the voice of Patch in Walt Disney’s animated film 101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure.

He then joined the original cast of the award winning (international) series House of Anubis where he played the role of Mick Campbell for the first two series, before landing the lead role of Rhydian in CBBC’s hit series Wolfblood, which he starred in for the first 3 series. In 2013 Bobby picked up the Best Performer award at the children’s BAFTAs for his performance in Wolfblood.

In 2015 Bobby played the guest lead role of Sam Langton in ITV’s Lewis. The following year he featured as John in Uncle for BBC3 and Nathan in The Unforgotten for ITV.

Bobby's film credits include Access All Areas in which he played Spiritual Simon, Mum’s List, in which he played Matt and starred opposite Rafe Spall, and Laser in Honey 3, all of which were released this year. He will also appear in the highly anticipated upcoming film Dunkirk.

In April 2016 Bobby ran the London Marathon in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital.

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