Kadiff Kirwan was a London-based actor who was well-known for his recurring roles on various popular British TV shows, including "Crims" (BBC Three, 2015), "Chewing Gum" (E4, 2015- ), and "Strike" (BBC, 2017- ). He nabbed his very first screen acting role on the BBC period drama "Call the Midwife" (BBC, 2012- ) in 2015, and from there his acting career seemed to have taken off. That same year Kirwan joined the cast of the British sitcom "Crims," but that show was cancelled after one season. Undeterred, Kirwan quickly nabbed a recurring role on the British sitcom "Chewing Gum," and appeared on 7 of the show's 12 episodes from 2015 to 2017. Additionally, he nabbed guest spots on the TV shows "Black Mirror" (Channel 4/Netflix, 2011- ), "Drunk History: UK" (Comedy Central UK, 2015- ), and "Queers" (BBC Four, 2017- ). He continued on that upwardly mobile career path in 2017 by landing a recurring role on the British detective series "Strike," as well as a guest spot on the comedy series "Timewasters" (ITV2, 2017- ).