#Lucky Man pic.twitter.com/YOv LBs YJGM— Stan Lee's Lucky Man (@luckyman) August 25, 2017 Penry-Jones, known for his roles as both Adam Carter in Spooks and Clive Reader in Silk, said: “I’m thrilled to be joining the cast of Lucky Man for an exciting third series.“The conniving Samuel Blake is a great character to play who offers all the action, destruction and rivalry you can expect from a classic Stan Lee villain.”He is joined this season by a number of guest stars, including comedian Omid Djalili, Nick Moran and Neve Mc Intosh, alongside series regulars Amara Karan and Sienna Guillory.
And also takes him, and me, to Hong Kong – the perfect setting for Stan Lee mayhem!
He played the lead role of section leader Adam Carter for four series before leaving the show in 2008.
He has since described American television as a "factory" and the producers as "disgusting".He returned to the theatre at the end of 2009 playing the role of Carl in Michael Wynne's new play The Priory at the Royal Court Theatre, London, from 19 November 2009 to 16 January 2010.On television, he has played barrister Alex Hay in C4's ten-part serial North Square in 2000; Donald Mc Lean in the BBC's four-part production of Cambridge Spies in 2003; and Grimani in Russell T. In 2004, he joined the cast in series 3 of the BBC's BAFTA-winning series Spooks.Rupert William Penry-Jones (born 22 September 1970) is an English actor, best known for his roles as Adam Carter in the BBC One spy drama series Spooks, Clive Reader QC in the BBC One legal drama Silk, policeman DI Joseph Chandler in the ITV murder mystery series Whitechapel, and Mr. Penry-Jones was born in London, the son of Welsh actor Peter Penry-Jones and English actress Angela Thorne.His brother, Laurence Penry-Jones, is an actor turned ambulance driver who is married to actress Polly Walker. , broadcast in August 2010, it was revealed that Penry-Jones' maternal grandfather, William, had served with the Indian Army Medical Corps at the Battle of Monte Cassino and that his earlier ancestors had a long-standing connection with the Indian Army.
Both productions transferred to the Barbican Centre in London in 2000, where his performance as Don Carlos won the Ian Charleson Award.