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The most recent Dougray Scott biography is published on the main page.

Biography #2 (for Dark Water)

Dougray Scott co-starred with John Malkovich in the feature Ripley's Game and was seen opposite Tim Roth in To Kill A King, which he also associate produced. He recently completed the vampire film Perfect Creature directed by Glenn Standring and performed the title role of Becket at the Haymarket Theatre.

His other credits include starring as Tom Jericho in Michael Apted's acclaimed film Enigma, opposite Kate Winslet and Saffron Burrows. Previous to this he co-starred as rogue agent Sean Ambrose opposite Tom Cruise in John Woo's Mission: Impossible 2, and as Prince Henry in the Cinderella-style fantasy Ever After with Drew Barrymore. Among his other feature-film credits are Bill Forsyth's Gregory's Two Girls, This Year's Love, Regeneration, Deep Impact, and Twin Town. He recently completed the title role in The Poet, directed by Paul Hills, and co-starred in the comedy-drama You Don't Have to Say You Love Me.

Scott has also appeared in numerous stage productions, including Oscar winner Sam Mendes' Donmar Warehouse production of Nick Whitby's To the Green Field Beyond. Trained at the Welsh College of Music and Drama, where he won the Most Promising Drama Student Award, the Scottish-born actor began his acting career working in regional theater and making television appearances, before making his first big break in the popular UK series, playing Major Rory Taylor in Soldier, Soldier.

Bio courtesy Buena Vista for "Dark Water" (06-Jul-2005)

Biography #3

Dougray Scott's most recent credits include Ever After: A Cinderella Story opposite Drew Barrymore, The Proposal, This Year's Love and Bill Forsyth's Gregory's Two Girls. Other feature film credits include the box-office sensation Deep Impact, Regeneration, Twin Town, Love in Paris and Princess Caraboo. He will next star opposite Kate Winslet and Saffron Burrows in the independent film Enigma, directed by Michael Apted based on the novel by Robert Harris.

Scott's television credits include his role in Robert Halmi's epic miniseries Arabian Nights, his breakthrough role in the British series Soldier Soldier as well as Weak and Wide Astray, Taggatt: Nest of Vipers, Lovejoy, Harry Enfield Show, Tell Tale Hearts, Stay Lucky, Kavanagh, QC, The Rover, The Place of the Dead, Highlander and The Crow Road. He has also appeared in numerous stage productions, including Wallace, Welcome Home, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Power and the Glory and "Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love," which was directed by Ian Brown at the Hampstead Theatre.

Scott trained at the Welsh College of Music and Drama and began his acting career working in regional theater and on television.

updated 20-Aug-2002