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February

Jules Knight Quits Holby City to Pursue Solo Singing Career

Edward Lloyd

JULES KNIGHT QUITS HOLBY CITY TO PURSUE SOLO SINGING CAREER

Jules Knight with Donna Air

Good looking charmer Jules Knight has quit Holby City to pursue a solo singing career.

The 33 year old actor, who played Dr Harry Tressler in the BBC medical drama since May 2013, will release his first solo album of new and old songs 'Change Of Heart' in April.

Originally the fourth member of Blake, until his departure in January 2013, he saw the clean cut, handsome, charismatic Harmony Group rise to their deserved international success. The fan base of these very civilised young men spans the generations.

Born in Hastings, the actor and singer lived in Robertsbridge in East Sussex. Aged seven, he became a choirboy at Winchester Cathedral, at thirteen he sang solo at the Sydney Opera House. He studied History Of Art at St Andrews University where he became friends with the now Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

A graduate of The Central School Of Speech and Drama, in June 2007 Jules Knight, Ollie Baines, Humphrey Berney and Stephen Bowman formed Blake. A £1million Universal record deal followed two days later, and Blake took off.

Jules Knight has good reason to be excited for the future.

Jules Knight Ollie Baines, Jules Knight, Humphrey Berney, Stephen Bowman

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