Sean Rigby (born 15 August 1989) is an English actor from Preston, Lancashire. He graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art in 2012.
Rigby is best known for his role as Police Constable, later Police Sergeant and Detective Sergeant Jim Strange in Endeavour, the prequel series to Inspector Morse, from its inception in 2012 to date.
A New York Times' review thought Rigby's interpretation of Strange "brings a vulpine grace" to the character.
In the 2017-aired British historical drama television mini-series Gunpowder, Rigby played William Parker, 4th Baron Monteagle, who received a letter, perhaps or not self-authored, warning of the Gunpowder Plot.
In 2015 Rigby played the security guard Moe in a production of Alistair McDowall's Pamora at the National Theatre, Temporary Theatre, which had previously opened at the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond in 2014. Michael Billington reviewed the show, which included Rigby as a security guard's "troubled accomplice", for The Guardian, giving the play three stars. Henry Hitchings of the Evening Standard felt Rigby's character was "especially unsettling".
Height : 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight : 176Ibs 80kg