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28 October 2014
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Martin Freeman attended the Central School of Speech and Drama and then appeared in several National Theatre productions after graduating. He appeared in television dramas such as I Just Want To Kiss You, Men Only and World of Pub before public acclaim beckoned with the hugely successful The Office.

Freeman received numerous award nominations for his role as Tim Canterbury, the comedy's likeable romantic hero. He went on to star with World of Pub co-star Peter Serafinowicz as Mike in the sitcom Hardware, for which he won a Golden Rose award in 2004 for Best Actor in a Situation Comedy.

He appeared in the feature films Ali G in Da House and Love Actually and played the Earl of Shaftesbury in BBC Television series Charles II: The Power and the Passion.

He recently starred in the Kathy Burke-directed Kosher Harry on stage at the Royal Court Theatre. Freeman has just been cast as Ford Prefect in the big-screen version of Douglas Adams Magnum Opus The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

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The Office behind the scenes interviews

Aherne, Caroline
Atkinson, Rowan
Bailey, Bill
Barker, Ronnie
Bhaskar, Sanjeev
Brydon, Rob
Carr, Jimmy
Coogan, Steve
Corbett, Ronnie
Crook, Mackenzie
Davies, Alan
Davis, Julia
Deayton, Angus
Eclair, Jenny
Elton, Ben
Enfield, Harry
Evans, Lee
Freeman, Martin
French, Dawn
Gervais, Ricky
Henry, Lenny
Higson, Charlie
Hill, Harry
Hudd, Roy
Izzard, Eddie
Jason, David
Kay, Peter
The League of Gentlemen
Little, Ralf
Lucas, Matt
Lumley, Joanna
Marshall, Kris
Merton, Paul
Moran, Dylan
Morris, Chris
Mortimer, Bob
Murray, Al
O'Hanlon, Ardal
Pegg, Simon
Phillips, Sally
Popper, Robert
Reeves, Vic
Saunders, Jennifer
Serafinowicz, Peter
Skinner, Frank
Stevenson, Jessica
Syal, Meera
Tate, Catherine
Vegas, Johnny
Walliams, David
Whitehouse, Paul
Whitfield, June

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