Finlay Robertson

Finlay Robertson

Finlay Robertson is an upcoming young UK actor who was born in 1975.   He made his acting debut in an episode of the television series “Peak Practice” in 1999.   Films include “In A Day” in 2006 and “The Disappeared”.   Has guest starred in many television series including “Taggert” and “Garrow’s Law”.

IMDB entry:

Finlay Robertson was born in the Netherlands to Scottish parents and grew up in the North West of England. After studying History at Cambridge University he performed in a play at the Edinburgh Fringe and was signed by an agent. Moving to London to pursue his career, he acted in several plays – including appearing naked onstage at The Royal Court in Jez Butterworth’s ‘The Night Heron’. Amongst his short film work, his feature credits include the lead in the independent films ‘In A Day’ and ‘The Story Of’. On television, he has played guest leads in several shows, as well as series regulars in ITV’s ‘Life Begins’, BBC3’s ‘How Not To Live Your Life’ and BBC1’s ‘The Body Farm’. He also wrote, directed and edited a short film, ‘Count Backwards From Ten’, and recently wrote and performed a one-person play, ‘Strong Arm’, which was taken to the Edinburgh Fringe by The Old Vic Theatre. He lives in North London with his wife and family.

– IMDb Mini Biography By: drnicktoms

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