Karl Howman

Karl Howman

Karl Howman (born 13 December 1952) is an English actor. He was born in Woolwich, London.

He is noted for his work as Jacko in the comedy "Brush Strokes" and as the title character in the series "Mulberry". He also starred in the episode "Shadow" in the BBC series "Blake's 7". He replaced Peter Davison in the BBC Radio 4 school-based comedy drama series "King Street Junior" when Davison left after only one series. He appeared in the last two series of the Judi Dench/Michael Williams comedy "A Fine Romance" and in "Babes in the Wood".

Howman has recently been working as a voiceover artist on UK digital television station Nuts TV.

He has been seen in commercials for the Flash brand of cleaning products.

Personal life

Howman's daughter Chloe has been seen on British television in various roles since 1996, most recently in "The Ghost Squad".

He supports Charlton Athletic Football Club.Fact|date=April 2007

External links

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