is one of television's most recognizable actors for his portrayal of the notorious comedy character Rab C Nesbitt for over ten years. His television career has seen him appearing in SCOTCH & WRY and five series of NAKED VIDEO, sketch shows for the BBC, as well as dramas such as BLOOD RED ROSES and THE TALES OF PARA HANDY. He won great acclaim in the role of Perks in Carlton's new production of THE RAILWAY CHILDREN, played the lead in BBC sitcom BROTHERLY LOVE and triumphed as Squeers in Company Television's NICHOLAS NICKLEBY.
His numerous theatre credits include AS YOU LIKE IT, THE CHERRY ORCHARD, JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK and THE HOMECOMING. He appeared in Tom McGrath's play ONE, TWO, THREE at the Traverse that went on to the ICA and the Toronto Festival. His film credits include ANOTHER TIME, ANOTHER PLACE, 1984 and WHITE MISCHIEF and LOVE ACTUALLY.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2005.
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