Simon Williams (actor)

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Simon Williams (born 16 June 1946) is an English actor known for playing James Bellamy in the period drama Upstairs, Downstairs. Frequently playing upper-class roles, he is also known for playing Dr. Charles Cartwright in the sitcom Don't Wait Up and Sir Charles Merrick in medical drama Holby City.

Early life

Simon Williams was born in Windsor, Berkshire, in 1946 and his parents were the actor Hugh Williams and his wife Margaret Vyner. Simon Williams's brother is the poet Hugo Williams, and his sister Polly married his Don't Wait Up co-star and friend Nigel Havers. He and his first wife, actress Belinda Carroll, had two children, Tam and Amy, both actors, before divorcing. He married secondly, in 1986, the actress Lucy Fleming. Williams trained in rep at Worthing, Birmingham and Bath, and later joined the Theatre Workshop.

Television fame

Williams first appeared on television in 1967 in Man in a Suitcase, and in 1969 played the lead role in Slim John. He got his big break in 1971 when he made his first appearance as James Bellamy in the Upstairs, Downstairs...
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