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James Ellis (born March 15, 1931, Belfast) is an actor from Northern Ireland who has been a regular on the television screen for more than forty-five years. He attended Methodist College Belfast during his childhood,and later studied at both Queen's University Belfast, and Bristol Old Vic.

His most famous role was that of Bert Lynch in Z Cars, rising from the rank of PC to Inspector over a period of sixteen years from 1962 to 1978.

His numerous other roles include parts on Doctor Who, Ballykissangel, Playing the Field , One By One and the cult sitcom Nightingales, as well as the short film Romans 12:20 as well a guest appearance in Only Fools and Horses 2002 christmas special.

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