Martin Clunes is an English actor, television presenter, director and comedian best known for playing significant roles in series’ such as ‘Doc Martin’ and ‘Men Behaving Badly’. Born in a family with a long history in acting, Martin was interested in becoming an actor ever since he was a kid. Following his education, he began working with a theatrical group called Mercury Theatre, and later worked at the Hampstead Theatre. He made his first breakthrough in acting in 1983 with the TV series titled ‘No Place Like Home’ and later followed with significant roles in series’ such as ‘Inspector Morse’. He became a household name in the UK following his leading appearance in the sitcom titled ‘Men Behaving Badly’, for which he won a BAFTA Award and a British Comedy Award. He further earned critical acclaim for his roles in TV series’ such as ‘Roger and the Rottontrolls’ and ‘Doc Martin’. During the 2010s, he mostly appeared narrating documentary films such as ‘Martin Clunes: Heavy Horsepower’, ‘ Secrets of Growing Old’ and ‘Martin Clunes: Islands of Australia’ among others. In addition to his extensive television work, Martin has also appeared in films such as ‘Staggered’, ‘The Acid House’ and ‘Saving Grace’.