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Tony Curran’s impressive career spans theatre, film and television. 

The Scottish-born actor is a graduate of The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.

Tony’s feature film credits include The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret directed by Steven Spielberg, The Dark Half directed by Alastair Siddons in which he played the lead, The Veteran directed by Matthew Hope, Ondine directed by Neil Jordan, The Heaven Project directed by John Glenn, Red Road directed by Andrea Arnold, The Good German directed by Steven Soderbergh, Miami Vice directed by Michael Mann, Underworld 2 directed by Len Wiseman, Beowulf and Grendel directed by Sturla Gunnarsson, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen directed by Stephen Norrington, Blade 2- Bloodhunt directed by Guillermo del Toro, Gladiator directed by Ridley Scott, 13th Warrior directed by John McTiernan, Shallow Grave directed by Danny Boyle to name a few.

Tony won the British Independent Film Award as Best Actor for his feature film performance in Red Road.  For that performance, he also won the Scottish BAFTA Award as Best Actor.

Television credits include Young Herriot directed by Michael Keillor which airs on BBC One this December as an exciting part of the Christmas Season, Boardwalk Empire for HBO, Dr. Who: Vincent and the Doctor (playing Vincent Van Gogh) directed by Jonny Campbell for BBC and The Pillars of the Earth directed by Sergio Mimica-Gezzan.

Tony’s theatre credits include The Bacchae directed by John Tiffany for the National Theatre of Scotland, Victoria directed by Ian Brown for the Royal Shakespeare Company and The Glory of Living directed by Kathryn Hunter for Royal Court.