Adrian Dunbar

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Adrian Dunbar

Actor from Northern Ireland, best known for his television and theatre work add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1958.

Countries: United Kingdom (80%), United States (20%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Peter Barkworth, Agatha Christie, Harriet Walter

Linked to: Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Royal Shakespeare Company, BBC Radio

 

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Adrian Dunbar was born in 1958 add something


1982

Susanna Reid - Reid appeared as an actress, with Shirley-Anne Field, in Agatha Christie's "Spider's Web" in 1982, and in 1985 alongside Harriet Walter, Peter Barkworth, Adrian Dunbar and Derek Thompson in 'The Price' on Channel 4


1986

He has a daughter and stepson from his 1986 marriage to the Australian actress Anna Nygh add something


 

Dunbar co-wrote and starred in the 1991 film, "Hear My Song", nominated for Best Original Screenplay at the BAFTA awards add something


2005

On television, he starred in the first episode of "Cracker", and has been in many British productions, including "Tough Love", "Inspector Morse", "Kidnapped", "Murphy's Law", "Murder in Mind", "Ashes to Ashes" and the 2005 re-staging of "The Quatermass Experiment" add something


2008

In 2008 he starred in and co-directed "Brendan at the Chelsea" by Janet Behan, playing the Irish playwright Brendan Behan add something

 

In 2008, Dunbar played the role of Philip Conolly in the critically acclaimed award winning "The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce" add something


2011

The play was the first to be staged in the Naughton Studion in the new Lyric Theatre after it reopened in 2011 and is being revived for a tour to Theatre Row in New York in September 2013 add something


2014

In 2014 he played the title character in a BBC comedy drama "Walter" add something