Simon Molloy (born 24th October 1947 in London), is a British actor. Although his first job was as a journalist on the "Bridgwater Mercury", he left the newspaper to go to drama school and began his acting career at Derby Playhouse in 1972.
Having made his TV debut on Coronation Street and played eight roles over the years:
- Conman Jim Pitts in July 1976
- Bank Manager Mr Pollard in March 1987
- The Minister who officiated at the funeral of Brian Tilsley in February 1989
- Mr Tasker in October 1990
- The Vicar who conducted the wedding ceremony of Terry Duckworth and Lisa Horton at St. Mary's Church in May 1992
- A Clerk of the Court in May 1996
- Freshco's regional manager Evelyn Hunter-Rochford in November 1999
- A Chairman in September 2004.
Notching up a vast CV in acting, his other screen credits include roles in The Danedyke Mystery, The Spoils of War, Dear Enemy, Crown Court, Killer Contract, Bulman, Albion Market, Wipeout, A Day in Summer, Prime Suspect 2, Minder, In Suspicious Circumstances, Hillsborough, The Bill, Casualty, The Grand, Footballers' Wives, Clocking Off, Blue Murder, Wire in the Blood, At Home with the Braithwaites, The Royal, Holby City, Heartbeat, Silent Witness, Doctors, Ashes to Ashes, Agatha Christie:Poirot, EastEnders and Emmerdale.