Will bungling sycophant Higgins ever stand up for himself?

Higgins (Jeremy Swift) may seem content to be the team owner’s groveling assistant, but Q&A moderator Nick Ruhrkraut wants to know: Does Higgins have the backbone to assert himself and take charge when needed?
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    Jeremy Swift
    Jeremy Swift has been a regular cast member on hugely popular British television such as “Downton Abbey” (2013 – 2015), “Foyle’s War” (2013 – 2015), “The Durrells” (2016), and “The Smoking Room” (2004 – 2005). His television career is extensive and also includes appearances in “Plebs” (2018), “The Strike: The Silkworm” (2017), “Wanderlust” (2018) with Toni Collette and “National Treasure” (2016), the limited series starring Julie Walters and Robbie Coltrane.

    Jeremy recently appeared in the much-loved success “Mary Poppins Returns” (2018) alongside Emily Blunt, Meryl Streep and Colin Firth. His film credits in recent years also include “Gun Shy” (2017), “Jupiter Ascending” (2015) opposite Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum, “Downhill “(2014), “Fred Claus” (2007) and Roman Polanski’s “Oliver Twist” (2005).

    Jeremy led the cast of the Olivier Award-winning production of Mike Kenny's stage adaptation of E. Nesbit's novel “The Railway Children” when it came to King’s Cross Theatre, London (2018). His other theatre credits include Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest” at Vaudeville Theatre (2018), “The 39 Steps” at Criterion (2010) and “What the Butler Saw” at the National Theatre (1995) alongside David Tennant and Richard Wilson.