Date of Birth 31 January 1966, North London, England, UK Height 5' 6" (1.68 m) Mini Biography Dexter Fletcher made his way in many screen and television performances, the most well-liked and well-known of these being in "Press Gang" (1989) where he played opposite real-life love (at the time) Julia Sawalha (Lynda Day on "Press Gang"). Spouse Dalia Ibelhauptaite (1997 - present) Trivia Host of video game show, "Gamesmaster". Alan Rickman was best man at his wedding. Married his wife twice. Once in England, where Alan Rickman was his best man and, again, in Lithuania, where Eric Stoltz was his best man. His wife is from Lithuania, and he's learning to speak the language. His brothers Steve Fletcher and Graham Fletcher Cook are also actors. His grandmother, singer and dancer Grace Cook worked as a showbiz chaperone, and after retiring became a member of The Zimmers. Personal Quotes [on his wife Dalia Ibelhauptaite] "She's the best influence on me. She's my hero and my best friend. She loves me and I really feel that. I remember lying in bed one night, alone after a bad day, and wanting very much to be with her. I realised I was happy when I was with her and in control. So I set about making her my wife". I always devise a background so that it makes what your character goes through logical and keeps up the continuity. I left school with no qualifications but I was doing theatre and film work and thought that was the best thing since sliced bread. [About his role as the young Caravaggio in the film of the same title] "I was kind of afraid I might just end up rolling around naked on a beach. But I had this 15 minute meeting scheduled with Jarman and I ran out two hours later and bought a book about Caravaggio because Jarman was so absolutely involved and passionate." [About playing "Sergeant John W. Martin" in "Band of Brothers" (2001)] "The more I spoke to John, the more I realised that we were telling a real story. We had a serious responsibility. We owed it to these men to produce something more than sentimental schlock".