Charlie Creed-Miles Biography
Charlie Creed-Miles is an English actor and musician born on 24 March 1972 in Nottingham, England. He had his first starring screen role, aged 19, in The Punk (1993).
Charlie Creed-Miles Age
He was born on 24 March 1972. He is 46 years old as at 2018.
Charlie Creed-Miles Family
More of his family details has not been revealed.
Charlie Creed-Miles Wife | Samantha Morton
They had a relationship with actress Samantha Morton in (1999-2000). Their relationship produced a daughter.
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Charlie Creed-Miles Children | Daughter
He has a daughter known as Esme who was born in February 2000.
Charlie Creed-Miles Peaky
It is a 2013 TV series. He played the role of Billy Kimber.
Charlie Creed-Miles Movies And Tv Shows
- Romans (2017) …. Paul
- 100 Streets (2017)…. George
- Wild Bill (2012)…. Bill
- Hereafter (2010)….Photographer
- You And I (2010)…. Ian
- Harry Brown (2009)…. Sgt. Hickock
- King Arthur (2004) …. Ganis
- Essex Boys (2000) …. Billy Reynolds
- The Last Yellow (1999) …. Kenny
- Woundings (1998) …. Stanley Jardine
- Nil by Mouth (1997) …. Billy
- The Fifth Element (1997) (as “Charlie Creed Miles”) …. David
- The Young Poisoner’s Handbook (1995) …. Berridge
- Bad English I: Tales of a Son of a Brit (1995)
- Super Grass (1994) …. Greg
- The Punk (1993) …. David
- London Kills Me (1991) …. Kid in lift
- Let Him Have It (1991) …. Second boy in school
- Ripper Street (2015) …Horace Buckley…Episode 3.2 “The Beating of Her Wings”
- Peaky Blinders (2013) …Billy Kimber
- Endeavour (2012) …Teddy Saunders
- Falcón (2012) …Inspector Ramirez
- True Love (2012)…. David
- Injustice (ITV, 2011)
- Five Days (BBC, 2007)
- Agatha Christie’s Marple: 4.50 from Paddington
- Charles II: The Power and The Passion
- Waking the Dead
- White Teeth
- Dead Casual
- Lenny Blue
- Station Jim
- The Sins
- Faith in the Future
- Loved Up
- A Touch of Frost
- The Upper Hand
- Between the Lines
- The Life and Death of Philip Knight
- Trust Me
- Drop the Dead Donkey
- Press Gang
- Words of Love
- The Gemini Factor
- Silent Witness (2011) …Francis Mynall
Charlie Creed-Miles Net Worth
His net-worth is under review.
Charlie Creed-Miles Wild Bill
It is a 2011 British crime comedy drama film starring him as Bill and Andy Serkis, and directed by Dexter Fletcher. It was released in UK cinemas on 23 March 2012.
Charlie Creed Miles Fifth Element
He played the role of David. It was released on 7 May 1997.
Charlie Creed Miles Silent Witness
It is a 2011 drama series, he played the role of Francis Mynall.
Charlie Creed-Miles Nil By Mouth
It is a 1997 British drama film portraying a family of characters living in South East London. He played the role of David.
Charlie Creed-Miles Harry Brown
He appeared as Sgt. Hickock in Harry Brown, a 2009 British vigilante action-thriller film directed by Daniel Barber.
Charlie Creed Miles Twitter
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Charlie Creed-Miles Interview
Q. You’ve known Dexter [Fletcher] as an acting colleague and as a friend for years. Were you ever going to say ‘no’?
Charlie Creed-Miles: No, it was a great script. It was about a guy struggling to be a good dad and finding his feet as a parent. I’m a dad myself and it’s not easy. So, I saw a lot in the character.
Q. How long were you on-board before it got green-lit? Did you help develop the character of Bill?
Charlie Creed-Miles: I think you always flesh things out as an actor. Dexter and I worked on it together. It was a really lovely process and I really enjoyed it. We did a read through quite early on and assembled a few cast together. Jason Flemyng was there.
Q. Was it true that you almost weren’t available when Dexter was ready to shoot?
Charlie Creed-Miles: [Laughs] Yeah, Dexter forgot to tell me that he’d got the money! I had some other job coming up. But he said: “Well, move the dates and make them wait.” But we were locked in!
Q. You’ve made an East End Western with Wild Bill. How did you choreograph the final fight scene – apparently you contributed to the bite moment?
Charlie Creed-Miles: Yeah, I had a mate who was getting beaten up quite badly, and who was on the floor getting kicked by several guys. He was on his own but he managed to grab hold of one of their legs and sink his teeth into part of his foot or leg and this fella ended up screaming in pain. Every time the other guys kicked him, the guy who was being bitten would shake some more, and my friend said: “Right, tell your mates to f**k off to the other side of the road…” And they walked off. It always stuck in my mind, so I suggested that to Dexter.
Q. This is one of your great roles. How did you go about communicating with your younger actors? The scene on the rooftop offers one of the great speeches about trying to do the right thing…
Charlie Creed-Miles: It’s always difficult and you worry about getting it right. When you’re working on something you have a picture in your head and then when it comes to doing it you only get that one chance and you just hope that you deliver the goods on the technical side of it. On the emotional side, Dexter and I talked about that rooftop scene a lot because I was getting caught up in the acting side of it. But I said to myself that I had to remember that this is just a dad talking to his kid. It’s not a Shakespearean monologue. It’s about something really important and so I tried to do it like that. Sometimes as an actor you get to the bit where no one is interrupting you for the whole page and you end up going into a zone. But that’s not what that scene was about. So, I told myself: “Remember what you’re actually doing here and try and connect with that!” It wasn’t difficult then because I am a dad myself and so I just connected with that emotion and tried to live that moment.