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Tim McInnerny

McInnerny at a presentation of Severance in 2006.
Born 18 September 1956 (1956-09-18) (age 53)
Cheadle Hulme, Stockport, England
Occupation Actor

Tim McInnerny (pronounced /ˌmækɨˈnɝːni/, with stress on the first and penultimate syllables; born 18 September 1956) is an English actor. He is known for his roles in Blackadder as Percy, Duke of Northumberland (series one), Lord Percy (series two) and Captain Darling (series four). He decided not to reprise his role as Percy in series three due to a fear of being typecast, although he did appear in a guest role as half of the Scarlet Pimpernel in the episode "Nob and Nobility" (the other half being played by Nigel Planer). This made him the only person other than Rowan Atkinson and Tony Robinson to appear in all four series of Blackadder and also appearing in the one-off special Blackadder: Back & Forth.

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Biography

Early life

McInnerny was born in Cheadle Hulme, Stockport, Cheshire, the son of Mary Joan (née Gibbings) and William Ronald McInnerny.[1] He was brought up in Cheadle Hulme, Stockport in Cheshire, and Stroud, Gloucestershire, and educated at Marling School, Stroud, and Wadham College, Oxford.

Career

McInnerny has worked as a dramatic actor, appearing on stage in the original production of Pravda with Anthony Hopkins, and on television in Edge of Darkness (1985) where he played a revolutionary socialist. He was John Clay/Vincent Spalding in the Granada The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes episode entitled "The Red-Headed League". He has also starred in Wetherby (1985), Erik the Viking (1989), a film production of Shakespeare's Richard III (1995), FairyTale: A True Story (1997), Notting Hill (1999), 102 Dalmatians (2000), The Emperor's New Clothes (2001), and Severance (2006). He also played Dr. Frank-N-Furter in the 1990 West End production of The Rocky Horror Show, alongside Adrian Edmondson as Brad and Ed Tudor-Pole as Riff-Raff. His performance can be heard on the soundtrack album of this production. In 1989, he co-starred with Kate Bush in the music video for her song "This Woman's Work". He also appeared in the Westlife video for "Uptown Girl", along with Robert Bathurst, Crispin Bonham-Carter, Ioan Gruffudd and James Wilby. In 1999, he played Tony Hawes, a senior employee with Barings Bank alongside Ewan McGregor in the film Rogue Trader.

In 2004, he joined the cast of the BBC/Kudos spy drama Spooks for its third season, playing Oliver Mace, a semi-regular character.

In 2006, he starred in the BBC adaptation of The Line of Beauty as Gerald Fedden. That same year, he also starred in One Day, a short film shown at various international film festivals.[2]

In summer 2007 he played Iago in Othello at Shakespeare's Globe on Bankside in London.

In April 2008, he guest starred in the episode "Planet of the Ood" of the fourth series of Doctor Who.

In May 2008, Stock-pot Productions (producers of One Day) announced that McInnerny would have a part in a feature-length film entitled Fly Me, currently in production, co-starring Toby Stephens.

In January 2009, he played the Right Honourable Judge Anthony Kent in BBC TV Drama Hustle.[2]

Filmography

References

  1. ^ Tim McInnerny Biography ((?)-)
  2. ^ a b Stock-pot Productions, Blog, May 27, 2008. http://www.stockpotproductions.co.uk/]

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