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Ash Morgan (Robert Glenister)

Ash Morgan (Robert Glenister)

The Fixer

Know as "Three socks Morgan" (from his first visit to the shower blocks during a spell in prison), whatever's needed, Ash will find it.

Often enigmatic, he's the technical and practical brains of the operation. By nature, he's a problem solver. Ash does the initial groundwork for the scam and prepares of all props needed for the "big store."

His classic con used to be The Flop: where he'd defraud insurance companies by stepping in front of cars, then getting a pre-existing fracture x-rayed: a fracture he actually got during a bar room brawl many years before!

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  • Robert Glenister

    Background

  • Robert is the brother of actor Philip Glenister, best known as Gene Hunt in Life on Mars.
  • Robert made his screen debut in 1980 in TV series Sink or Swim with Peter Davison.


    Career Highlights

    Film:
  • All Forgotten
  • Just Visiting

    TV:
  • Only Fools and Horses
  • Soldier, Soldier
  • Prime Suspect
  • A Touch of Frost
  • Hitler, The Rise of Evil
  • Murder
  • Between the Sheets
  • Eroica

    Stage:
  • Hamlet in Hamlet
  • Caliban in The Tempest
  • Vincentio in Measure for Measure
  • Stanley in Brighton Beach Memoirs



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