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Higginson has also appeared in Heartbeat, EastEnders, Casualty, By Any Means and Jessica. He appeared as Mr Cunningham in two stories of The Sarah Jane Adventures entitled The Day of the Clown and The Mark of the Berserker.
After relocating to Australia in 2014, Higginson has appeared in numerous Australian television programs and stage productions.
Some of the roles he has played since moving to Australia include General Birdwood in Deadline Gallipoli, Malcolm Hammill in Rake, Wayne Page in Janet King, Gus Reardon in Secret City and Dr. Samuels in A Place to Call Home.
In 2016, Higginson adopted an Australian accent to play a commander in Meat and Livestock Australia's controversial "Operation Boomerang" We Love Lamb Australia Day commercial, part of the organisation's annual campaign to promote the consumption of lamb.
In 2017, it was announced Higginson would appear in Picnic at Hanging Rock, a six-part Foxtel television series produced by FremantleMedia Australia, adapted from Joan Lindsay's novel of the same name. In 2019 he appeared in a featured role in the Australian Broadcasting Corporation mini-series Total Control.
Higginson is married to Hannah Waterman. They relocated to Australia with their son Jack in 2014.
Prior to his relationship with Waterman, Higginson was married to Geraldine Dove.
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