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Angus William Jake Imrie (born 2 August 1994; age 29) is a British actor who voiced Zero in Star Trek: Prodigy.

Imrie was born on the Isle of Wight to actor parents Celia Imrie and Benjamin Whitrow. He made his screen debut in the BBC television drama Station Jim (2001) which co-starred his mother and became a successful child actor in television, radio, and on stage.

He played a recurring role in the ITV drama series Kingdom between 2007 and 2009 (again co-starring his mother) and had an uncredited part in the 2012 TV movie spy thriller Restless.

In 2014, Imrie took over the role of Josh Archer in the long-running BBC Radio 4 series The Archers. His other radio credits include the adaptations of Thomas Mann's Buddenbrooks and Charles Dickens' Great Expectations, playing the main role of Pip in the latter.

From 2015 to 2017, Imrie studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). As an adult, he appeared in guest roles in television series such as Father Brown (2014), The Hollow Crown (2016, with Benedict Cumberbatch), Fleabag (2019), The Spanish Princess (2019), the US series Pennyworth (2020), and Doc Martin (2022).

In 2019, Imrie played the young Merlin in the fantasy film The Kid Who Would Be King with Patrick Stewart playing the adult version of the character. In 2020, he played Prince Edward in the fourth season of the popular series The Crown and in 2022 co-starred in the second season of We Hunt Together.

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