Richard Graham
Born (1960-05-10) 10 May 1960 (age 63)
Farnborough, Kent, England
Years active1983–present
SpouseYvonne Graham

Richard Graham (born 10 May 1960) is an English actor. He played George T. Rowe in the 1997 film Titanic.

He has also appeared in In the Name of the Father (1993), Gangs of New York (2002) and Vera Drake (2004), as well as playing Trevor Clyner in football hooligan films ID (1995) and ID2: Shadwell Army (2016). He appeared in all 12 episodes of Maisie Raine as Mickey Farrel, and in 16 episodes of Hollyoaks as William Alexander. He has also appeared in Inspector Morse and Pie in the Sky. In 2019, he appeared in the BBC soap opera EastEnders as Jonno Highway.



Year Film Role Notes
1984 The Bounty John Mills
1985 My Beautiful Laundrette Genghis
1989 Return from the River Kwai Sergeant Perry
Try This One for Size First Security Guard
1991 Under Suspicion Denny
1993 In the Name of the Father Detective
1995 ID Trevor
1997 Titanic Quartermaster George T. Rowe
2000 24 Hours in London Novell
2001 Happy Now Bronwyn's Nurse
Arthur's Dyke Andy
2002 Gangs of New York Harvey / Card Player
2004 Vera Drake George
2005 Rug Charles Short film
2007 Cassandra's Dream Detective
Breath Alex Short film
2008 The Other Man Eric
2010 The Kid Fruit + Veg Trader
2013 The World's End Head Builder
Dom Hemingway Prison Guard
2014 The Right to Remain Silent Detective / Narrator Short film
2016 The Removal Father Short film
ID2: Shadwell Army Trevor Clyner
2017 Phantom Thread George Riley, News of the World [1][2]


Year(s) Title Role Notes
1983 Up the Elephant and Round the Castle 1st Son Episode: "A Cuckoo in the Nest"
1985 Inside Out Brian 5 episodes
1986 The Fourth Floor Det. Jim Collins 3 episodes
1987 Bergerac Kirk Barnett Episode: "A Desiderable Little Residence"
1987 Boon Mickey Episode: "Texas Ranger"
1987 Home to Roost Dusty Miller Episode: "Paper Chase"
1988 King of Olympics: The Lifes and Loves of Avery Brundage Reporter Television film
1989–2007 The Bill Various 5 episodes
1990 Forgotten Prisoners: The Amnesty Files Turan Television film
1990–1994 The Ruth Rendell Mysteries 6 episodes
1992 Van der Valk Jan Malen Episode: "Still Waters"
1992 Covington Cross Sherwood Episode: "The Trial"
1992 An Ungentlemanly Act Cpl. Armour Television film
1993 Inspector Morse PC Cobbs Episode: "The Day of the Devil"
1993 Olly's Prison Olly Television film
1993 Brian Conley: Outside Chance Jake Brewer Television film
1994–1995 Time After Time Jake Brewer 7 episodes
1995 Kavanagh QC Ray West Episode: "Heartland"
1995 A Touch of Frost Tony Walder Episode: "Quarry"
1996 Pie in the Sky DC Linney Episode: "This Other Heaven"
1996 Thief Takers Gil Rogers Episode: "Whispers in the Dark"
1997 Hostile Waters Belikov Television film
1998–1999 Real Women Pete
1998–1999 Maisie Raine D.S. Mickey Farrel Main role
1999 The Passion Michael
1999 Bravo Two Zero Mark Television film
2000 Lock, Stock... Toothless Episode: "...and a Good Slopping Out"
2000 The Thing About Vince Bradshaw Episode 2
2001 I Was a Rat Charlie 3 episodes
2001 Silent Witness Stephen Merchant Episode: "Two Below Zero: 1"
2001, 2006 Heartbeat Ray Dooley, Pete Atkins 2 episodes
2002–2003 Rockface Mike Bayliss 7 episodes
2005 Down to Earth Dave Sewell Episode: "Changes"
2005 Holby City Alan Delaney Episode: "Love, Life and Loss"
2006 Doctors Simon Tyson Episode: "Home from Home"
2008 HolbyBlue Kevin Watson
2008 Midnight Man Brian Makepeace 2 episodes
2008 Einstein and Eddington Man with White Feather Television film
2008, 2016 Midsomer Murders Stanley Goodfellow

Gerry Bleacher

“Talking to the Dead”,

”Breaking the Chain”

2009 My Family Barry Episode: "Bully for Ben"
2011 Hollyoaks William 'Billy' Alexander 16 episodes
2011 New Tricks Peter Offord Episode: "End of the Line"
2012 Whitechapel John Cobbett 2 episodes
2013 Blackout Mark Television film
2019 EastEnders Jonno Highway Guest role


  1. ^ Raup, Jordan (31 January 2017). "Lesley Manville & More Join Paul Thomas Anderson's Next Film; Johnny Greenwood Confirmed to Score". The Film Stage. Retrieved 2 February 2017.
  2. ^ Hall, Jacob (30 January 2017). "Paul Thomas Anderson's New Movie Has Begun Filming". /Film. Retrieved 31 January 2017.