Joe Duttine

Soap Opera Actor

Joe Duttine was born in Bradford, England, United Kingdom on June 30th, 1970 and is the Soap Opera Actor. At the age of 53, Joe Duttine biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, TV shows, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
June 30, 1970
Nationality
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Bradford, England, United Kingdom
Age
53 years old
Zodiac Sign
Cancer
Profession
Actor, Film Actor, Television Actor
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Joe Duttine Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Spouse(s)
Sally Carman ​(m. 2022)​
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Joe Duttine Career

Duttine made his television debut in 1992 appearing in the television series Between the Lines. Duttine has appeared in over 25 television roles including the television series Pie in the Sky, as Steve Turner in 21 episodes, (1994–1995); opposite Martin Kemp in the series Serious and Organised, appearing as D.C. Tony Finn; appearing as Craig Tate in Blood Sweat, and Tears; Life on Mars, as Malcolm Cox in one episode (2006); and HolbyBlue, as Toby Wilson in one episode (2008). He played DS Carr in Coronation Street, and miner Colin Farr in "UnderWorld" episode of Dalziel and Pascoe. He has also made appearances in Waterloo Road as Andy Harker, and Shameless as Cameron Donnelly. In 2013 he reappeared in Coronation Street as Tim Metcalfe, the father of Faye Windass, and was cast as Rutter in the major BBC series The Village. He is also known for his collaborations with BAFTA award nominated actor John Simm, whom he met at drama school. They have appeared together in television shows such as Life on Mars, The Village and Scott and Bailey.

He has also appeared in several films such as the 2001 comedy-drama The Navigators, playing the role of Paul.

He also appeared as narrator of Channel 5 series On Benefits, a documentary series about people living on welfare.

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Coronation Street SPOILER: Abi Webster could be slipping back into her old habits as she is spotted meeting up with her former drug dealer in upcoming scenes

www.dailymail.co.uk, November 13, 2023
The mechanic - who is played by actress Sally Carman - has been a resident of the Weatherfield backstreet on the ITV1 soap opera since 2017 and new pictures have shown the soap star shooting scenes with actor Anthony Crank (Dean Turnbull) where the pair are involved in a drug deal. When she first arrived, Abi struggled with alcohol and drug addiction and left her son Seb - who was murdered in 2021 - to care for the rest of her children.

Corrie fans SLAM 'two faced cow' Sally for turning on 'hero' Peter Barlow after he mowed down her husband's would be killer Stephen Reid

www.dailymail.co.uk, October 16, 2023
Furious Coronation Street viewers slammed Sally Metcalfe for failing to defend Peter Barlow after he mowed her husband's would be killer Stephen Reid. During Monday's episode the factory worker (played by Sally Dynevor) was interviewed by police while still believing partner Tim (Joe Duttine) was dead. Rather than defending or helping save hero Peter (Chris Gascoyne) from the law, she coldly told them he had a motive for his actions - which later led to his arrest.

Coronation Street's Stephen Reid star Todd Boyce reveals new job following his dramatic exit from the soap: 'I'm dead excited!'

www.dailymail.co.uk, October 14, 2023
Serial killer Stephen Reid's reign of terror came to an end during Friday's episode of Coronation Street as he left Weatherfield in a body bag.  And now the American actor who played him, Todd Boyce, 62, has revealed his new job after following his exit from the soap, and gushed: 'I'm dead excited!' Todd told Birmingham Mail: 'The last week of November I start rehearsals for panto, which runs the last three weeks of December.