Roger Griffiths, TV and theatre actor and Chef from Stratford. Roger comes from Stratford and is an actor who starred in various television programmes. He is probably most well-known for his role as kitchen hand Everton in Lenny Henry's ‘Chef', and in Holby City as the character of Harvey Tyson.
Throughout the 90s he appeared in many of the popular long running comedy / soaps on British screens, such as ‘Birds of a Feather' (1990), ‘Family Affairs' (1997), ‘Casualty' (1991 and again in 2001), ‘Heartbeat (2002). He was a semi-regular character D.S. Paul Timpney in ‘The Bill' (2000). He played D.I. Riddick in Eastenders (2005) and has been in ‘Dr Terrible's House of Horrible'. Roger has also been involved in various stage performances and voice-overs.
In addition to being a fine actor Roger is a trained professional chef and he is Co-proprietor of Quick Thyme Ltd, with Murle Stewart, which manufactures Caribbean Food.