Karl Johnson

 

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Karl Johnson is a Welsh actor, notable for acting on stage, film and television. His most notable role to date was the title role in Derek Jarman's 1993 film Wittgenstein. He is also well known for the roles of Cato the Younger in the television drama series Rome and of Twister Turrill in the BBC costume drama series Lark Rise to Candleford. Johnson is the recipient of an honorary doctorate from Birmingham City University

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Karl Johnson

Born 1948-03-01 (71 years ago) in Wales.

Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
Laurence Olivier Award for Actor of the Year in a New Play (Television Times) 1981 Society of West End Theatre Awards 1981 Television Times

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Karl Johnson is a Welsh actor, notable for acting on stage, film and television. His most notable role to date was the title role in Derek Jarman's 1993 film Wittgenstein. He is also well known for the roles of Cato the Younger in the television drama series Rome and of Twister Turrill in the BBC costume drama series Lark Rise to Candleford.

Johnson is the recipient of an honorary doctorate from Birmingham City University.

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