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While at university, he appeared in a number of plays at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, including The London Vertigo by Brian Friel, and at the Pendley Open Air Shakespeare Festival, including Henry VIII and A Comedy of Errors.In his final year at Manchester, he worked with Royal Shakespeare Company chief associate director Gregory Doran, which he has cited as one of the things that led him to apply for Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and eventually go on to become a professional actor.In Smash, he played Dev, the English boyfriend of a rising Broadway star, and with the BBC Concert Orchestra for BBC Radio 2.He was also the creator and co-producer of the dance show RED, a celebration of dozens of styles of movement and dance, brought together by their influences on and from India.Jaffrey was born in Liverpool, Merseyside, the son of an Indian sea captain from Agra and an English mother from Liverpool.He grew up in London and was educated at Dulwich College (1986–1991), alongside fellow Spooks actor Rupert Penry-Jones.
Jaffrey plays Neal, an excellent doctor who believes that connecting emotionally with his patients is critical and taking risks with their health is abhorrent.
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Throughout his time at Manchester, he was also the lead singer of a jazz funk band. Jaffrey has worked extensively on stage, appearing in Romeo and Juliet (Haymarket Theatre), Cyrano De Bergerac (Theatre Royal), East Is East (Oldham Coliseum), and 14 Songs 2 Weddings and A Funeral (Lyric Hammersmith, Birmingham Repertory Theatre).
His break came in 2001 when he was cast as Sky in Mamma Mia!
He took the show to Johannesburg's Nelson Mandela Theatre.