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Samuel Roukin is a British actor known for his role as Lieutenant John Graves Simcoe on the AMC series “Turn: Washington’s Spies.” His performance in this series showcased his ability to embody a nuanced and multi-dimensional antagonist, capturing the attention of audiences and critics alike.
Roukin’s acting career spans a range of genres and mediums. Besides his defining role in “Turn: Washington’s Spies,” he appeared in films such as “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1” as a Death Eater, and “Happy-Go-Lucky” as Tim. His versatility extends beyond the screen to the stage, where he has performed in numerous theatre productions in the UK and the United States.
Over the course of his career, Roukin has worked with a myriad of individuals in the entertainment industry. Some of these notable figures include Jamie Bell, Heather Lind, Burn Gorman, Kevin McNally, Angus MacFadyen, Seth Numrich, Daniel Henshall, Meegan Warner, Ian Kahn, and Owain Yeoman. Each collaboration brought forth compelling narratives, whether through rivalries, alliances, or complex interpersonal dynamics that enriched the storyline and brought a deeper understanding of the human experience to the viewers.