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  1. Holly Davidson (born 26 April 1980 in London) is an English actress, model and personal trainer. Davidson is most known for her recurring roles on the TV series' Renford Rejects, The Bill, and Casualty; and roles in the films Final Cut, Van Wilder: The Rise of Taj, and Essex Boys.

  2. 27 de nov. de 2001 · Episode aired Nov 27, 2001 TV-14 50 m IMDb RATING 7.8 /10 30 YOUR RATING Rate Crime Drama Kate is traumatized after her ordeal with DS Cork and is horrified when a girl turns up dead. Director Laurence Moody Writers Elizabeth-Anne Wheal Geoff McQueen (series deviser) Stars Tania Emery Libby Davison Holly Davidson

  3. 15 de may. de 2001 · Crime Drama A ten-year-old boy is determined to get himself arrested, and Boyden wants to know why. Hagen has problems of her own when a woman from Boyden's past turns up to investigate a blackmail case. Director Ged Maguire Writers Nigel Baldwin Geoff McQueen (series deviser) Stars Tony O'Callaghan Samantha Robson George Rossi

  4. 3 de jul. de 2001 · As PC Roz Clarke ( Holly Davidson) is talking with a witness a boom mic is briefly reflected in a car window. Details July 3, 2001 (United Kingdom) United Kingdom ITV (United Kingdom) English Filming locations England, UK Production company Thames Television See more company credits at IMDbPro Technical specs Runtime 50 minutes Color Color

  5. 6 de jul. de 2001 · Episode aired Jul 6, 2001 TV-14 50 m IMDb RATING 7.3 /10 39 YOUR RATING Rate Crime Drama An investigation into stolen plant equipment is compromised by Clarke as she's pressured with debt. Director Graeme Harper Writers Neil Clarke Geoff McQueen (series deviser) Stars Holly Davidson Paul Usher Karl Collins See production, box office & company info

  6. 13 de jul. de 2001 · The Bill S17. E49 All episodes Cast & crew IMDbPro All topics Redemption Episode aired Jul 13, 2001 TV-14 IMDb RATING 7.4 /10 29 YOUR RATING Rate Crime Drama Sun Hill deal with an overdosed kid, whilst Clarke's feeling downhearted after being refused a police loan. Director Ken Grieve Writers Stuart Blackburn Debbie Jones