Who is Grantchester star Tom Brittney? – The Sun

TOM Brittney is used to dealing with devoted fans after his work on Outlander – which will set him up for the impending fame from Grantchester.

The actor has been confirmed to replace James Norton in series five of the hit ITV detective drama but is he married and what else has he been in? Here's what we know…

Who is Tom Brittney and is he married?

Tom Brittney was born on October 26, 1990 in Gravesend, Kent.

He trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London.

The actor has starred as Tyler Mitchell in BBC One drama The Syndicate.

He is currently single.

Who does he play in Grantchester?

Tom plays Reverend Will Davenport and made his first appearance in the first episode of series five.

Speaking on his character, Tom told the Radio Times: “There’s a dark past underneath that makes him that way. William has flaws and things he’s running away from.”

"You only get to see a bit of who he is. What drives him is that he wants to be a good person and wants to help people by being a wonderful vicar that people love and trust."

“There are places that we go to which are quite upsetting, A lot of stuff comes out about him and that was really hard to play. That was quite depressing, but fun to watch.”

What other TV shows has Tom Brittney been in?

The actor appeared as Greg in Channel 4’s sci-fi drama Humans.

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Tom also appeared in episodes of Doctors in 2013 which was his very first major TV gig.

He later appeared in Call the Midwife in which he played the character Jack Rawle

He is best known for his role as fan-favourite Lieutenant Jeremy Foster in TV drama Outlander.

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