Angus Macfadyen's Résumé: 04 Aug 04

Download a PDF 2000 Press Release

Educated in France, fluent in French.
International Baccalaureate, Copenhagen.
MA (Hons) in French and English, University of Edinburgh.
Trained at CENTRAL SCHOOL OF SPEECH AND DRAMA, London.

STAGE:

Edinburgh Fringe Festival:

  • Faculty Of Rats
  • The Tempest
  • Hess
  • The Beautiful And Damned
  • Cloud Nine
  • The Immortals

Has written various plays, including 1905, which was winner of the 1991 Questors Theatre Student Playwriting Award.

FILM:

  • Pleasure Drivers (Dir: Andrzej Sekula)
  • The Virgin Of Juarez (Dir: Kevin James Dobson)
  • Divine Secrets Of The Ya-Ya Sisterhood (Dir: Callie Khouri)
  • Equilibrium (Dir: Kurt Wimmer)
  • A Woman’s A Helluva Thing (Dir: Karen Leigh Hopkins)
  • Titus (Dir: Julie Taymor)
  • Cradle Will Rock (Dir: Tim Robbins)
  • Lanai-Loa (Dir: Sherwood Hu)
  • Snide And Prejudice (Dir: Philippe Mora)
  • Nevada (Dir: Gary Tische)
  • Styx (Dir: Alex Wright)
  • Second Skin (Dir: Darrell James Roodt)
  • Façade (Dir: Carl-Jan Colpaert)
  • Still Breathing (Dir: J.F. Robinson)
  • Joseph's Gift (Dir: Philippe Mora)
  • Warriors Of Virtue (Dir: Ronnie Yu)
  • The Brylcreem Boys (Dir: Terrence Ryan)
  • Braveheart (Dir: Mel Gibson)

TELEVISION

  • 5ive Days To Midnight (Sci-Fi Channel)
  • Spartacus (USA)
  • Miracles (ABC)
  • Jason And The Argonauts (NBC)
  • The Rat Pack (HBO)
  • Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story (NBC)
  • 15: The Life And Death Of Philip Knight (YTV)
  • Two Golden Balls (Bard Entertainment)
  • Takin’ Over The Asylum (BBC Scotland)
  • The Lost Language Of Cranes (BBC)
  • Soldier Soldier (Central)
  • God Of Happiness (Channel Four)
  • Care (YTV)