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Charles Babalola (born 1990) is a British actor.
Babalola was educated at St Bonaventure's school in London. He went on to study drama at Havering College, and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). Upon leaving LAMDA, he was awarded the Alan Bates Bursary for graduating actors.
Babalola lives in London.
- Bancroft as Detective Sergeant Andy Bevan (series regular)
- Lucky Man
- Black Mirror
- Death in Paradise
- Thirteen as Jesse (series regular)
- The Coroner
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