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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › David_OakesDavid Oakes - Wikipedia

    Website. www .davidoakes .co .uk. Rowan David Oakes [1] (born 14 October 1983) is a British actor. He is best known for his roles in the series The Pillars of the Earth, The Borgias, The White Queen, Victoria, Vikings: Valhalla, and for his discursive Natural History podcast, Trees A Crowd .

  2. Rowan David Oakes (Hampshire, Inglaterra; 14 de octubre de 1983), conocido como David Oakes, es un actor británico, más conocido por su papel de Juan Borgia en The Borgias y Jorge de Clarence en The White Queen.

    • Rowan David Oakes
    • Británica
  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm2845631David Oakes - IMDb

    Actor: Vikings: Valhalla. David Oakes is a British actor who trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and graduated in 2007. He is represented by Conway Van Gelder Grant Inc. Before training professionally as an actor he studied at Manchester University where he received a first class degree in English and Drama.

    • January 1, 1
    • 1.84 m
    • Hampshire, England, UK
  4. 38K Followers, 877 Following, 1,875 Posts - David Oakes (@doakesdoakes) on Instagram: "Final @NetflixValhalla coming soon…. Host of @TreesACrowdPod Ambassador for @WoodlandTrust, @TheWildlifeTrusts & @DSWFwildlife".

  5. Actor: Vikings: Valhalla. David Oakes is a British actor who trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and graduated in 2007. He is represented by Conway Van Gelder Grant Inc. Before training professionally as an actor he studied at Manchester University where he received a first class degree in English and Drama.

    • October 14, 1983
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  7. Vikings: Valhalla: Created by Jeb Stuart. With David Oakes, Sam Corlett, Leo Suter, Frida Gustavsson. Follow-up series to 'Vikings' set 100 years later and focusing on the adventures of Leif Erikson, Freydis, Harald Hardrada, and the Norman King William the Conqueror.