You might know him as the dastardly Cain Dingle in ITV's long-running soap opera Emmerdale, but in real life the handsome Jeff Hordley couldn't be more different from his on-screen character. Jeff is always cheerful and helpful, and will happily sign photographs, chat to the public and pose for the press.
Jeff has played the recurrent role of Cain Dingle since 2000, and it is little wonder that after establishing himself in the role of bad boy Cain he has often been sought-out to play pantomime villains in theatres across England! He has also fulfilled a wide range of more serious roles on stage, including Napoleon in the George Orwell classic Animal Farm and the role of Mick in Harold Pinter's 1960 play The Caretaker.
To book Jeff, contact Prime Performers using the online booking enquiry form or call us on 020 7251 8222.
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