Brett Fancy is a British actor whose career spans from acting in theatre, television, and film. His first television roles were in the crime drama "Rockliffe's Babies" and in the comedy series "Square Deal". Fancy was cast in the television adventure movie "Treasure Island" alongside famous actors Christian Bale and Christopher Lee. He continued finding parts in crime series throughout the 1990s and even found a recurring role on the road trip comedy "The Last Salute". The thespian's taste for theatre never waned, and he performed on classic productions including "Oliver Twist" and "A Christmas Carol". His first crucial blockbuster was acting in the Nazi horror film "Outpost". Fancy transformed himself into a mercenary who searches for a World War II military bunker in Eastern Europe. Expanding on his repertoire, Fancy returned to television in the British soap opera "EastEnders" and took the role of a tough football hooligan who sought revenge by planning a car accident and even holding a young boy hostage. Fancy's latest television roles include working on popular British television series. He starred in an episode of the long running BBC medical drama "Doctors" and the Golden Globe nominated detective series "Luther". Fancy most recently appeared on the family television movie "Lost Christmas", a holiday special about a young orphan hoping to solve ordinary people's troubles.