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Julian Rhind-Tutt
Born 20 July 1968 (aged 41)
West Drayton, Greater London, England

Julian Alistair Rhind-Tutt (born 20 July 1968) is an English actor, best known for his starring role as Dr. "Mac" McCartney in the comedy television series Green Wing, the second series of which finished on Channel 4 in May 2006.

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Biography

Early life

Rhind-Tutt was born in West Drayton, London the youngest of five (two brothers, Phillip and Mortimer, and two sisters, Elizabeth and Joanna). He attended the John Lyon School in Harrow, Middlesex. While there he acted in school productions, eventually taking the lead in a school production of Hamlet that played at the Edinburgh Festival fringe in the mid 1980s. After reading English at the University of Warwick, he attended the Central School of Speech and Drama in London.[1]

Career

Rhind-Tutt landed his first big acting break playing the Duke of York in The Madness of King George (1994). This was followed by a succession of smaller television and film roles. He then landed a major role in William Boyd's First World War drama The Trench (1999) alongside Paul Nicholls and Daniel Craig.

He became more well-known following his starring role in Green Wing and he has had a major role in cult American show Keen Eddie as Inspector Monty Pippin. He also appeared as a duellist in the video for Roots Manuva's single "Too Cold". He has appeared in over 50 radio productions and received the 1992 Carleton Hobbs Award from BBC Radio Drama.[1]

In 2008, he appeared narrating a short film for the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights[2].

Selected work

Film

Year Film Role
1993 Piccolo Grande Amore Uncredited
1994 The Madness of King George Duke of York
1997 The Saint Young Student
1997 Tomorrow Never Dies Yeoman - HMS Devonshire
1998 Les Misérables Bamatabois
1998 The Tribe Forester
1999 Notting Hill Time Out Journalist
1999 The Trench 2nd Lt. Ellis Harte
2001 Lara Croft: Tomb Raider Mr. Pimms
2002 Miranda Rod
2003 To Kill a King James
2005 The River King Eric Herman
2006 Rabbit Fever Rupert
2007 Stardust Quartus
2009 Meant to Be Will

Some of the information in this table was obtained from "Julian Rhind-Tutt: Filmography". Internet Movie Database (IMDb). http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0722279//. Retrieved 2008-11-16.  

Television

Year(s)
of appearance
Programme or series Role
1984 A Breed of Heroes Lt. Tim Bryant
1989 The Vacillations of Poppy Carew Sean
1989 Richard II Duke of Aumerle
1997 Reckless Danny Glassman
1997
(1 episode)
Dangerfield Adam
1998 Heat of the Sun Asst. Supt. James Valentine
1998
(1 episode)
An Unsuitable Job for a Woman Philip Hampson
1998 Reckless: The Movie Danny Glassman
1999
(3 episodes)
Let Them Eat Cake Advisor
1999 Hippies Alex Picton-Dinch
2000 The Wilsons Colin
2000 Hero of the Hour Danny
2000
(1 episode)
Smack the Pony Uncredited
2001 Sword of Honour Ian Kilbannock
2001
(1 episode)
Bei aller Liebe Peter Cobold
2001
(2 episodes)
Clocking Off Peter Cochrane
2001
(1 episode)
Absolutely Fabulous Taylor
2004
(1 episode)
Black Books Jason
2003-2004
(13 episodes)
Keen Eddie Insp. Monty Pippin
2005 The Rotter’s Club Nigel Plumb
2005 E=mc² Antoine Lavoisier
2004-2007 Green Wing Dr. 'Mac' Macartney
2006 The Secret Policeman's Ball 2006 Dr. 'Mac' Macartney/Rev Green
2007 Marple: Ordeal by Innocence Dr Arthur Calgary
2007 The Shadow in the North Alistair MacKinnon
2007 Oliver Twist Monks
2008 Uncle Max Conductor
2008
(1 episode)
Merlin Edwin
2008 Crooked House[3][4] Noakes

Some of the information in this table was obtained from "Julian Rhind-Tutt: Filmography". Internet Movie Database (IMDb). http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0722279//. Retrieved 2008-11-16.  

Theatre

Year(s)
of appearance
Play Role
2007 Landscape with Weapon
2009 Darker Shores (Hampstead Theatre)

Animated television series and video games

Year(s)
of appearance
Animated television series or video game Role
2005 Sunday Pants
(animated television series)
Bob
2006 The Imp
(animated television series)
Bob
2009 The Imp: Episode 1[5]
(video game)
Bob

Some of the information in this table was obtained from "Julian Rhind-Tutt: Filmography". Internet Movie Database (IMDb). http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0722279//. Retrieved 2008-11-16.  

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Up to date as of January 14, 2010

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Julian Alistair Rhind-Tutt (born 20 July 1968) is a British actor, appearing in television, radio, film and on stage. He is best known for playing Dr. "Mac" Macartney in Green Wing.

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  • "I’d like to tell you that I come from a long line of German aristocracy and that I’m very rich, but actually it’s a very boring explanation. A man called Tommy Tutt married a lady called Jane Rhind, and suddenly I’ve got a very posh name. And then my parents called me Julian, and suddenly I sound like a prospective Tory MP for West London!"
    • An interview on the Green Wing microsite, asking about where his name came from.
  • "Yes. I think it’s just because I forgot to cut it, and it’s a slightly different colour, so it’s an object of affection or ridicule, depending on whether you’re Steve Mangan or anybody else on the planet. I think your shaved version is very distinguished, incidentally. I wish I could carry it off. Unfortunately all you’d find under here is the FA Cup. My ears are shocking. They can get satellite TV. "
    • An interview on the Green Wing microsite asking if he had a preoccupation with his hair.

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