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Dimitri Leonidas - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography
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Born November 14, 1987, Brent, London, UK - English Greek-British actor.
He has three sisters: the older Stephanie Leonidas and the younger Georgina Leonidas, both actresses, and Helena Leonidas, who is a teacher. His younger sister Georgina played the role of Katie Bell in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Lives in the Wembley area.
Dimitri Leonidas first appeared on television in 2001, playing Ross for the only time in episode 32 (Heroes and Villains) of the 15th season of the medical drama Catastrophe. In the same year, shortly after appearing in Crash, he landed the role of Josh Irwin on the BBC series Grange Hill, which he played for 4 years (until 2004). Leonidas also played two different roles on the TV series A Pure English Murder: Josh Harvey in 2002 and then Ryan Graves in 2005. In 2007, he appeared as Mike Andrews in an episode (Chemistry) of the television series Doctors, and the same year in the TV series Holby City. In 2008, Leonidas played the role of Scott White in Episode 1 ("The Scott Story") of Season 3 of the TV series / documentary "Misadventures Abroad" .
In 2009, Leonidas starred in the horror / slasher film Tormented, in which he appeared opposite Alex Pettyfer, Georgia King, and the stars of the TV drama series Skins, April Pearson and Larissa Wilson. His character Alexis is one of the most popular guys in school who, along with his sadistic friends, intimidates a classmate into suicide.
In 2010, he starred in Neil Marshall's feature film Centurion. In 2011 he appeared as Howie Sprugg in episode 11 (God Complex) of Season 6 of Doctor Who.
In 2014, Leonidas starred in the American film Treasure Hunters with actors George Clooney, Matt Damon and Cate Blanchett. Leonidas' performance of the role of Sam Epstein in this film was awarded a hit in the list of "British" Stars "of Tomorrow" 2013 of the prestigious Screen International magazine. In the same year, together with Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal, he played in the directorial debut of John Stewart in the American biographical drama Rosewater.