Knowledge Identifier: +Ewan_McGregor
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1971.
Countries: United Kingdom (46%), United States (25%), (9%)
Linked to: Children's Hospice Association Scotland, Royal Air Force, The Scotsman, UNICEF
Bruce Payne - The series ran from 1989 to 1996, won four *awards and featured guest appearances from Daniel Craig, Tim Curry, Timothy Dalton, Jane Horrocks, Bob Hoskins, Malcolm McDowell, Ewan McGregor, Demi_Moore, Joe Pesci, Brad Pitt, Tim Roth, David Warner and many other notable actors and actresses
Justin Chadwick - Chadwick's directorial debut was the 1993 television movie "Family Style" starring Ewan McGregor, after which he directed and performed in "Shakespeare Shorts", a series that explored the history of Shakespearean characters and presented them in key scenes from the plays in which they appeared
In 1994, McGregor earned critical praise for his performance in the thriller "Shallow Grave", for which he won an Empire award, and which marked his first collaboration with director Danny Boyle
Ewen Bremner - In the 1995 stage version of "Trainspotting", Bremner played the lead role of Mark Renton, the role played by Ewan McGregor in the film
Trainspotting (film) - Pre-production began in April 1995 with Ewan McGregor cast in advance after impressing Boyle and Macdonald with his work on their previous film, "Shallow Grave"
His international breakthrough followed in 1996 with the role of heroin addict Mark Renton in Boyle's "Trainspotting", an adaptation of Irvine Welsh's novel of the same name
Karl Scully - He kick-started his career in 2000 when he played the role of Count John McCormack in the cinematic film Nora, by Pat Murphy and Gerard Stembridge, starring Ewan McGregor
The play was first staged at the Hampstead Theatre before transferring to the Comedy Theatre in London's West End. In November 2001, McGregor made a cameo appearance in "The Play What I Wrote"
The film was the first of several times that McGregor would appear nude on screen; he told "The Scotsman" in 2003 that audiences in the United States are "a bit worried about seeing my old chap", referring to his foreskin and the cultural influence of infant circumcision in the U.S.
Tony Randall - Elements from the plots of these films, particularly "Pillow Talk", were parodied in the 2003 comedy "Down With Love", with Renée Zellweger in the Doris Day role, Ewan McGregor in the Rock Hudson role, and David Hyde Pierce as the Tony Randall character, with Randall himself playing McGregor's Boss
Douglas Hodge - Hodge appeared in the 2005 revival of "Guys and Dolls" at the Piccadilly Theatre playing Nathan Detroit opposite Ewan McGregor playing Sky Masterson
Franklyn - In October 2006, actor Ewan McGregor was cast as the lead in the film, which was slated to begin production in summer 2007
Michelle Williams (actress) - In October 2006, she signed on to play a blonde known as S, who seduces Ewan McGregor's accountant character in "Deception" , originally called "The Tourist"
Nicholas Courtney - In 2008 he appeared in the film "Incendiary", as the Archbishop of Canterbury, alongside Ewan McGregor
Also in 2009, he portrayed Camerlengo Patrick McKenna in "Angels & Demons", the film adaptation of Dan Brown's novel of the same name
In September 2010, Charley Boorman stated that a third installment of the "Long Way" series was planned for 2011, riding from Tierra del Fuego to Alaska; this has not taken place, however
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote - On 17 May 2010, it was announced Ewan McGregor had been cast in the film
Seattle International Film Festival - At the 2011 Seattle International Film Festival, he was awarded with the SIFF Golden Space Needle award for Outstanding Achievement in Acting
Lost in La Mancha - Robert Duvall and Ewan McGregor had been confirmed, with a planned release date of 2011
Karmen Pedaru - In 2012, Pedaru, alongside actor Ewan McGregor, models Ymre Stiekema and Maud Welzen appeared in a campaign for English garment manufacturer Belstaff
Peter Capaldi - In 2013 Capaldi will begin filming "Born to be King" which he wrote, starring Ewan McGregor
On April 21, 2015, it was announced that McGregor will play Lumiere in the live-action version of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast", directed by Bill Condon
The Shining (film) - On June 13, 2018 Ewan McGregor was confirmed as the role of an older Danny Torrance
Doctor Sleep (novel) - On June 13, 2018, Ewan McGregor was confirmed as the role of an older Danny Torrance