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Angus Macfadyen (born 21 September 1963) is a Scottish actor.
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Angus Macfadyen

Angus Macfadyen was born in Glasgow and was brought up partly in Africa, France, the Philippines and Singapore. His father was a doctor in the World Health Organisation. He was once engaged to actress Catherine Zeta-Jones.

Macfadyen attended the University of Edinburgh, and the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. He has played Orson Welles in Tim Robbins' 1999 film, Cradle Will Rock, Philip in the BBC's production of The Lost Language of Cranes, Dupont in Equilibrium, Robert the Bruce in 1995's Braveheart and Jeff Denlon in the Saw series of films as well as real-life British actors as Peter Lawford (The Rat Pack) and Richard Burton (Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story).


Filmography

Year Film Role Notes
1991 The Lost Language of Cranes Philip Benjamin TV film
Soldier Soldier Lt. Alex Pereira 5 episodes
1993 15: The Life and Death of Philip Knight David McBride TV film
1994 Two Golden Balls Dexter TV film
Takin' Over the Asylum Fergus Episodes:

"Hey Jude" "Fly Like an Eagle" "You Always Hurt The One You Love" "Fool on the Hill"

1995 Braveheart Robert the Bruce
Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story Richard Burton TV film
1997 Nevada West
Warriors of Virtue Komodo
Snide and Prejudice Michael Davidson/Adolf Hitler
Still Breathing Philip
1998 Joseph's Gift Carl
The Brylcreem Boys Count Rudolph von Stegenbek
The Rat Pack Peter Lawford TV film
Lanai-Loa Turner
1999 Facade Frederic Colbert aka Death Valley
Titus Lucius
Cradle Will Rock Orson Welles
2000 Jason and the Argonauts Zeus TV film
Second Skin Sam Kane
2001 A Woman's a Helluva Thing Houston Blackett TV film
Styx Mike
2002 On the Roof Jack
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood Connor McGill
Equilibrium Dupont
2003 Miracles Alva Keel 13 episodes
2004 Spartacus Marcus Crassus TV film
5ive Days to Midnight Roy Bremmer TV film
2005 The Pleasure Drivers Bill
Tilt Roy 'Mac' McEntyre Episode: "The Whale"
Murder on the Yellow Brick Road Michael Alberts
Shooting Gallery Tenderloin Tony Direct-to-video
2005, 2006 Alias Joseph Ehrmann Episodes:

"Fait Accompli" "There's Only One Sydney Bristow" "30 Seconds"

2006 The Virgin of Juarez Patrick Nunzio Voice
Fatwa Bobby
Blackbeard Blackbeard TV film
Scoundrels, Scallywags, and Scurvy Knaves Direct-to-video
Saw III Jeff Denlon Nominated- Scream Award for Scream King
.45 Al
2007 The Rich Inner Life of Penelope Cloud Claude TV film
Killer Wave John McAdams TV mini-series
Redline Michael D'Orazio
Saw IV Jeff Denlon Cameo
2008 Impulse Jonathan Dennison/Simon Phillips Direct-to-video
Clean Break Matt McKay
San Saba Bud
Eleventh Hour Jason Cooper Episode: "Agro"
Californication Julian Episodes:

"Slip of the Tongue" "No Way to Treat a Lady" "The Raw & the Cooked" "Coke Dick & First Kick" "La Ronde" "La Petite Mort"

Saw V Jeff Denlon Cameo
2009 Shadowheart Will Tunney Direct-to-video
Pound of Flesh Patrick Kelly
2010 Lie to Me Jimmy Doyle Episode: "Sweet Sixteen"
Psych Logan Paget Episode: "Shawn and Gus in Drag (Racing)"
Shadows of the White Nights Richard post-production
2011 Criminal Minds Sean McAllister Episode: The Thirteenth Step

TiVo Spokesperson

Angus has served as the main representative for TiVo since 2006, serving as one of the primary spokespeople.

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