Clive Wood Biography
Clive Wood is an English actor. He studied drama at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. He debuted in the TV role as Vic Brown, in the 1982 ITV drama series based on the novel A Kind of Loving, alongside Joanne Whalley and Susan Penhaligon.
He also played DCI Gordon Wray in The Bill, Matt Kerr in Press Gang and Jack Morgan in London’s Burning. He is well known for his television roles including The Bill of 1990, Press Gang of 1989–93, London’s Burning of 1996–99, and as King Henry I in The Pillars of the Earth of 2010.
His stage roles are Antony in Antony and Cleopatra at the Haymarket in 2014 and playing Stephano in The Tempest at Shakespeare’s Globe of 2011. His film appearances are Buster of 1988, The Innocent of 1985, Suffragette of 2015) and 2018 casualty.
Clive Wood Age
He was born on 1954 in Croydon, United Kingdom. He is 64 years old as of 2018.
Clive Wood Wife
He first married Clare Higgins for unknown period of time but the two divorced. He then met actress Sharon Maiden and the two married. They together have a child, Daniel Maiden-Wood.
Clive Wood Movies
- Treasure Island
- Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
- All the Money in the World
- The Lion in Winter
- The Innocent
- The Hummingbird Tree
- The Crucifer of Blood
- Red Mercury
- Love After Lunch
- Dead Romantic
- No Crying He Makes
- Dog Tags
Clive Wood Twitter
Clive Wood KINGS Cover crops nutrient capture and soil health
Clive Wood News
Clive Wood – First Blog
Updated: 18 June 2018
Welcome to my first blog as your new President.
I am delighted to have been given the opportunity to continue to develop the section over the coming months and years.
We had a tremendous weekend in Pitlochry Scotland, at the National Council Meeting, when we said our thanks to our Immediate Past President, Mick Luke, for the significant contribution he has made to the development of the Section during his time on the Executive, both as Vice President and President.
My award of Honorary Life Membership to him reflected our gratitude for his service.
Having given up the post of Vice President with the professional portfolio, I was delighted to announce, following an election process, that Steve Bretherton will join us on the executive team and has kindly agreed to continue to develop the professional portfolio.
I don’t want to say too much more about the NCM as I know it will be covered in some depth in the next Police World which will be out shortly.
I was pleased to receive a presentation from Martin Turner BTP Region 9, who has kindly taken on developing the Young Members Forum in line with the recruitment and retention strategy, to ensure we as an Association remain current and relevant to the full spectrum of the police family, both serving and retired.
Martin together with a small team of volunteers from around the country has shown great enthusiasm and motivation in starting to develop a clear message to encourage recruitment of younger members, reminding them of the many benefits of membership, including the professional development opportunities at Gimborn, the possibility of Arthur Troop scholarships, the Lincoln Award and a number of other UK based and international opportunities, which we try to support every year.
Another area I am keen to support and develop is our communications as an association. If you are a Facebook user I would encourage you to join the UK Facebook group. This will allow you to get instant updates on what’s happening both here and abroad that might be of interest to you.
I also encourage you to sign up to the daily news available as an email, giving you the headlines of the latest news on the website which keep you up-to-date without overloading your inbox. Try it out and see how you get on.
There are many other communication tools which we need to start to explore and VP Sean Hannigan, whilst continuing with his Cultural portfolio, has kindly offered to assist me in developing the comms strategies going forward. Sean thank you for that.
Finally for this month I wanted to echo the words of our Immediate Past President, during his last blog, and thank you for being a member and thank you for your support. We are all members of a truly unique association which I believe delivers excellent value for money.
So until next time
Yours in friendship
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