He joined the show to step out of his comfort zone, and he appreciated the opportunity to learn to dance.
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He is one of the interviewees on the BBC 2 series Grumpy Old Men, and he appears in a series of Kenco coffee advertisements in the United Kingdom in which he plays an African coffee plantation owner.
He regularly provides voice-overs for both BBC TV and radio.
Warrington portrayed the villainous founder of Time Lord society, Rassilon, in several Doctor Who audio plays, and also appeared as the President of an alternate universe Great Britain in the Doctor Who episode "Rise of the Cybermen" (2006).
Soon after, he recorded an abridged audio book of the Doctor Who novel The Art of Destruction by Stephen Cole.
He also starred in the 2010 film It's a Wonderful Afterlife.
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Not the best of episodes for the series but an extremely good one nonetheless.
Warrington is known for playing Philip Smith in Rising Damp, from 1974 to 1978, alongside Leonard Rossiter, Richard Beckinsale, and Frances de la Tour. In 1993 Warrington played television reporter Graham Gaunt in To Play The King, the second part of the BBC's House of Cards trilogy.
He has provided voiceover links, reading out the various methods of contacting the show on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2, which has been broadcast since 11 January 2010.
Since 2011, Warrington has played Commissioner Selwyn Patterson in the hit BBC show Death in Paradise. Louden in a BBC radio production of The Devil's Music, written by Alan Plater.