Anthony Stewart Head was born on February 20, 1954 in Camden Town, North London, England. He grew up in Hampton, which was near London. He's the youngest son of his parents, Seafield Head (a documentary filmmaker) and Helen Shingler (an actress). He has an older brother named Murray. Head has a girlfriend, named Sarah Fisher (they've been living together for the past 15 years). They met each other when he was 28 and she was 18. She's a former theatre administrator, but nowadays she's an animal t...
'the Invisibles' Secure 4.7m For Bbc1 - Digital Spy 'The Invisibles' secure 4.7m for BBC1Digital Spy, UK - 5 hours agoBy Dave West, Media Correspondent The show, starring Warren Clarke and Anthony Head, was watched by an average of 4.7 million - a 20% share of the viewing ...TV ratin... Fri May 2, 2008, 1:41 pm
Anthony Head's Heaven And Hell - Telegraph.co.uk Telegraph.nthony Head's heaven and hellTelegraph.co.uk, United Kingdom - 5 hours agoAnthony Head, British actor and star of BBC's The Invisibles, talks to Steve Clark about his best and worst holiday experiences. ...PM back in Litt... Fri May 2, 2008, 1:16 pm
Mismatched Stars Create An Invisible Bond - What's On Tv What's On TVMismatched stars create an Invisible bond (VIDEO)What's On TV, UK - May 1, 2008BBC One's new comedy-drama The Invisibles combines the seemingly mismatched talents of Warren Clarke (Dalziel and Pascoe), Anthony Head (Buff... Thu May 1, 2008, 3:06 pm
The Naked Truth About Anthony Head - Ic Wales Guardian.he naked truth about anthony headic wales, united kingdom - may 1, 2008rob driscoll discovers the bare truth about the cult actor and his latest ?invisible? role anthony head has long been something of a tv heart-throb ? but ...syd... Thu May 1, 2008, 9:08 am
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