was born in the U.K. but spent much of his youth in South Africa. He later graduated from the Drama Centre London in 1996, before starting his acting career.
His film credits include Batman Begins, directed by Christopher Nolan; Unstoppable, directed by David Carson; and the independent films Playground Logic and Re-inventing Eddie. He next co-stars in Return to House on Haunted Hill, for producer Joel Silver, and he will also be seen in Ion Ionescu's apocalyptic vision of the future, Last Chance. On television, Pleavin stars in the upcoming Sci-Fi Channel movie Gryphon. He previously co-starred with Gerard Butler in the USA Network's cable movie Attila. His British television credits include the movies The Bombmaker and A Good Murder, as well as appearances on such series as The Bill, Holby City, Down to Earth and Doctors. On the London stage, Pleavin won critical praise for his performance in the 2003 production of Anthony Neilson's play Penetrator.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2007.
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