Peaky Blinders season six is currently in the works, with filming expected to begin later this month. Fans are eagerly awaiting the sixth series and have been binge-watching the first five runs of the gangster drama in the lead-up on Netflix and the BBC iPlayer.
Who is Paul Bullion?
Paul Bullion is a British actor, best known for playing Billy Kitchen in season two of Peaky Blinders.
Bullion starred in three episodes of Peaky Blinders in total.
Outside of Peaky Blinders fame, he is best known for playing Berwyn Cairn in FX’s The Bastard Executioner.
His other notable TV credits include Gerry Elderly in Endeavour and Rob Friendly in Agatha Raisin.
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Bullion has also starred in Jamaica Inn, Hetty Feather, SS-GB and Patrick Melrose.
He is also well recognised for his stage career, starring in productions for The National Theatre and Shakespeare’s Globe.
His theatre credits include Guys and Dolls, Everyman and Comus.
He has also appeared in the film Oscar’s Bell as Duncan and Dracula Untold as Nicolae.
The star’s other film credits include Dune, Pleasure Island, Hello Carter and A Breath in the Wind.
Bullion as recently confirmed to be starring in season two of The Witcher as Lambert.
He was cast alongside Robin Hood’s Yasen Atour, who will play Coën.
In the Witcher, both men all play two of the new witchers alongside Geralt, portrayed by Henry Cavill.
In Peaky Blinders, Bullion portrayed Billy Kitchen, a Black Countryman.
Billy served in the First World War alongside Tommy (played by Cillian Murphy) and they have a close bond.
The character was a key player in the alliance between Thomas Shelby and Alfie Solomans (Tom Hardy), working as ‘head baker’.
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While posing as a baker working for Solomons, he served as an undercover member of the Peaky Blinders.
As head baker, Billy was in charge of over 100 men and was essential in keeping the peace between The Black Country Men and the Brummies.
However, when Solomons decides to switch sides and work with Darby Sabini (Noah Taylor) instead, Billy and Arthur Shelby (Paul Anderson) find themselves in a trap.
Solomons explained to the two men that the Peaky Blinders were no longer his allies and attacked them both.
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Sadly, Billy was fatally shot by one of Alfie’s men.
Guest-starring alongside Bullion in season two of Peaky Blinders is:
- Sam Neill as Major Cheser Campbell
- Annabelle Wallis as Grace Burgess
- Charlotte Riley as May Carleton
- Jeffrey Postlethwaite as Henry
- Matthew Postlethwaite as Nipper,
- Adam El Hagar as Ollie
- Sam Hazeldine as Georgie Sewell
- Rory Keenan as Donal Henry
- Simone Kirby as Irene O’Donnell
Peaky Blinders is streaming on the BBC iPlayer and Netflix now
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