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Tam White
Born 1942
Edinburgh

Tam White (born 1942) is a Scottish musician, stonemason and actor.

Primarily known as a blues-based vocalist, often playing with musicians such as guitarist Neil Warden, the harmonica player Fraser Speirs and bassist Boz Burrell, he provided the vocals for Robbie Coltrane to mime to as Big Jazza McGlone in John Byrne's award-winning television series Tutti Frutti in 1987.

In the 1960s he recorded with beat groups The Boston Dexters and then The Buzz, who recorded one single with producer Joe Meek in 1966.

He has appeared as an actor in many British television shows since 1990. His most notable appearances include Paper Mask, The Negotiator, Braveheart, Cutthroat Island, Orphans, and two roles in Taggart, once in 1992 and once in 2000.

He has also had roles in Rebus: Black and Blue, playing Rico Briggs, The Legend of Loch Lomond, Goodbye, Mr Steadman and Man Dancin'.

His latest television appearance was playing Tony Macrae in EastEnders in late 2003 and early 2004.

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