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Graham McTavish: Age, Wife And Film With The English Actor

  Graham McTavish is a very popular English actor. Born in Glasgow on January 6, 1961has 61 years old. McTavish began to gain a foothold in the world of cinema in the 1980s and his …

 

Graham McTavish is a very popular English actor.

Born in Glasgow on January 6, 1961has 61 years old.

McTavish began to gain a foothold in the world of cinema in the 1980s and his first cinematic experience was “God Save the Queen», in 1988. However, what made him particularly famous are the television series: currently, we can see him in the cast of Dragon Houseas well as the prequels of the series game of thrones.

Regarding the private lifeGraham McTavish has a the wife who is called Gwen, with whom he had two daughters.

Graham McTavish film

  • Dio salvi la regina (For Queen & Country), directed by Martin Stellman (in 1988)
  • Erik the Viking (Erik the Viking), directed by Terry Jones (in 1989)
  • The Wind in the Willows, directed by Terry Jones (in 1996)
  • King Lear, directed by Brian Blessed and Tony Rotherham (1999)
  • Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life, directed by Jan de Bont (in 2003)
  • King Arthur, directed by Antoine Fuqua (in 2004)
  • John Rambo (Rambo), directed by Sylvester Stallone (in 2008)
  • Middle Men, directed by George Gallo (in 2009)
  • Penance, directed by Jake Kennedy (in 2009)
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But also:

  • The Wicker Tree, directed by Robin Hardy (in 2011)
  • Colombiana, directed by Olivier Megaton (in 2011)
  • The Hobbit – An Unexpected Journey, directed by Peter Jackson (in 2012)
  • The Hobbit – The Desolation of Smaug, directed by Peter Jackson (in 2013)
  • Plastic, directed by Julian Gilbey (in 2014)
  • The Hobbit – The Battle of the Five Armies, directed by Peter Jackson (in 2014)
  • Creed – Born to Fight (Creed), directed by Ryan Coogler (in 2015)
  • Les Belles Heures, directed by Craig Gillespie (in 2016)
  • Aquaman, directed by James Wan (in 2018)

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