May. 8th, 1958
Aberystwyth, Wales, UK
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Aneirin Hughes (born Aneurin Hughes 8 May 1958 (age 52), is a Welsh actor and singer. Born in Aberystwyth in Wales, Hughes studied music at the University College of Wales Aberystwyth under Professor Ian Parrott. As a student Hughes's first acting experience was gained when he appeared in performances of the Gilbert and Sullivan operas conducted by David Russell Hulme. Hughes also studied at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.
Hughes began his acting career in the 1980s in the BBC Wales soap opera Pobol Y Cwm. He went on to appear in Blood on the Dole, Casualty, Family Affairs as DI Patrick Grenham , Spooks, Take Me with Robson Green and EastEnders in January and April 2009 as Andy Jones, the adoptive father of Danielle Jones. More recently, he appeared in the S4C drama Pen Talar.
Hughes won a Best Actor BAFTA Cymru (or BAFTA Wales) for his appearance as Delme in Cameleon (1998), a Welsh language film. He appears regularly in Judge John Deed as Neil Haughton, Young Dracula as Graham Branaugh, and was Harper in Harper and Isles with Hywel Bennett.He also appeared in the 1998 film The Theory of Flight.
Hughes lives in Monmouth with his wife and two children
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