Dougray Scott

Dougray Scott

Dougray Scott is a Scottish actor who is best know for his film work including Ever After, Mission: Impossible 2, Enigma, Hitman, and My Week with Marilyn. Scott trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Dougray Scott will next appear on stage in Edward Albee’s masterpiece Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? alongside Elizabeth McGovern at Theatre Royal Bath.

Theatre credits include: Welcome Home (Old Red Lion Theatre); Indigo (Almeida Theatre); This Island’s Mine (Drill Hall); Unidentified Human Remains and the true Nature of Human Love (Traverse Theatre/Hampstead Theatre); The Power and the Glory (Chichester Festival Theatre); The Rover (Jacob Street Theatre); To The Green Fields Beyond (Donmar Warehouse) and Becket (Theatre Royal Haymarket).

Television credits include: The Replacement, Doctor Who, The Day of the Triffids (BBC); The Woman In White (Origin Pictures/BBC); Hemlock Grove (Netflix); Heist (NBC); The Ten Commandments, Desperate Housewives, Arabian Nights (ABC); Crime (Buccaneer Media); Batwoman (The CW); Snatch (Crackle); Fear The Walking Dead (AMC); Harley & The Davidsons (Discovery Channel); Full Circle (Directy); Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Ion) and Highlander (M6).

Film credits include: La Cha Cha, Sulphur and White, Sea Fever, London Town, The Vatican Tapes, Tiger House, The Rezort, Taken 3, Last Passenger, United, There Be Dragons, My Week With Marilyn, A Thousand Kisses Deep, The New Town Killers, Hitman, Perfect Creature, Dark Water, You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me, The Truth About Love, One Last Chance, To Kill A King, The Poet, Ripley’s Game, Enigma, Mission: Impossible 2, This Year’s Love, Gregory’s Two Girls, Deep Impact, Ever After, Twin Town, Another Nine And A Half Weeks, Regeneration and Princess Caraboo.

👤 📅29 November 2022

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