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Jake Abraham (born 1967) is a British actor from Liverpool[1] best known for minor roles in films Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels in 1998 and The 51st State in 2001.

Abraham grew up in the Toxteth and Kensington areas of Liverpool.

He has given two extensive interviews to the Liverpool Echo newspaper.

  • In 2008 Jake talked to the Echo about his personal battles with drugs whilst returning to the stage in a play.[2]
  • In 2010, his interview focused more on the city of Liverpool itself. [1]

Abraham has appeared in numerous television dramas including the hit 1991 Channel 4 TV mini-series G.B.H..


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