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Duncan Pow (born 1977) is a Scottish actor who has appeared in many television programmes and films including Black Mirror, 24: Live Another Day, The Night Manager, Humans, The Wrong Mans, Brief Encounters and most recently in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. He is best known for his roles as Liam Mackay in the Sky 1 drama Dream Team, and as Dr Linden Cullen in the BBC One medical drama series Holby City.
Pow was born in Edinburgh, and moved to Wells, England, when he was eleven. He attended Wells Blue School, going on to study mathematics at the University of Edinburgh and multimedia technology at Leeds Metropolitan University where he received a first class honours degree.
Charity work and support
Pow is a supporter of children’s cancer charity, CLIC Sargent having experience of the charity's work through personal circumstances. When his cousin, Westley Hendry, died of cancer aged 16, the family were supported by CLIC Sargent and has since been an active supporter. He won a special edition of the BBC quiz show The Weakest Link and raised £8,600 for the charity. Pow also ran the 2008 Great South Run in Portsmouth for CLIC Sargent and completed the Flora London Marathon for CLIC Sargent in 2009.
Pow is a patron of the charity, Leon Heart Fund, which supports children and families attending the Paediatric Cardiology Department University Hospital of Wales, and is named for Leon Montanari. He has also appeared on ITV show This Morning throughout the year, in aid of the cancer charity.
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|2016||Dark Signal||Nick Keller|
|2016||Black Mirror||Garrett Scholes||Episode: "Hated in the Nation"|
|2016||Rogue One||Sergeant Melshi|
|2019||The Last Czars||Yakov Yurovsky|
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