A highly-acclaimed stage actor, Adrian Scarborough
has appeared in supporting roles in several recent films including 'Bright Young Things', 'Gosford Park' (as one of the downstairs staff), 'Dirty Pretty Things' and 'Love is the Devil' (as Daniel Farson).
On television he made an impact as Quiggin in the 1996 adaptation of 'A Dance to the Music of Time'.
He has worked extensively at the National Theatre: as Flute for Robert Lepage in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' and as Mole for Nicholas Hytner in 'The Wind in the Willows'. Other National productions include Hytner's 'The Recruiting Officer', Richard Eyre's production of David Hare's trilogy of 'Racing Demon', 'Murmuring Judges' and 'The Absence of War', and 'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead' in which he appeared as Rosencrantz. Elsewhere, he has been seen in Howard Davies' production of 'Vassa' at the Albery Theatre, in 'To the Green Fields Beyond' for Sam Mendes at the Donmar Warehouse, in 'Platanov' for Jonathan Kent at the Almeida, in the West End transfer of 'Humble Boy', and, most recently, in Robert Delamere's Donmar Warehouse production of Dario Fo's 'Accidental Death of an Anarchist.'
Note: This profile was written in or before 2005.
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