Adrian Scarborough stars in "Blunt Talk" on Starz as Harry Chandler.

Adrian Scarborough's extensive career in theater includes numerous National Theatre productions such as "King Lear," " After the Dance," for which he won the Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actor, "Time and the Conways," "Henry IV Parts I & II," "The Habit of Art," "The False Servant," "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead," "The Hare Trilogy," "The Day I Stood Still" and "The Wind in the Willows." He also starred in Cameron Mackintosh's critically acclaimed production "Betty Blue Eyes" at the Novello Theatre, alongside Reece Shearsmith and Sarah Lancashire. Other theatrical credits include "The Mandate," for which he won the Clarence Derwent Award, "The Comedy of Errors," for which he received an Ian Charleson nomination and Manchester Evening News Award, "Hedda Gabler," "Accidental Death of an Anarchist," "To the Green Fields Beyond," "Platonov," "The Tempest" and "Vassa." He trained at the prestigious Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

On the big screen, Scarborough has appeared recently in Academy Award-winning "The King's Speech," alongside Colin Firth and Helena Bonham-Carter, Tom Hooper's "Les Misérables," "The History Boys," "Delicious" and "A Little Chaos." Other feature film credits include "Churchill at War," "Elizabeth: The Golden Age," "The Tenth Man," "Notes on a Scandal," "Into the Storm," "Vera Drake," "Gosford Park," "Bright Young Things," "Love Is the Devil," "Dirty Pretty Things" and "Last Resort." Scarborough made his screen debut in 1994 in Nicholas Hytner's "The Madness of King George," starring Nigel Hawthorne, Helen Mirren and Rupert Graves.

On UK television, Scarborough starred in BBC's miniseries re-make of "Upstairs Downstairs," "Cranford" and "Let Them Eat Cake," as well as ITV's "Edge of Heaven" and "Mrs. Biggs." He had recurring roles in BBC's "Miranda," "The Paradise," "Watson & Oliver," "Gavin & Stacey" and "Psychoville," as well as ITV's "Plebs" and "The Governor." Guest appearances include "Death in Paradise," "Doctor Who," "The Bill," "Saxondale" and "Coogan's Run."

Scarborough has performed in more than fifty plays for Radio 4 including the Sony Award-winning "Mr. Larkin's Awkward Day" and "People Snogging in Public Places."


How tall is he? How old is he? Find out here.

Age: 49 years old
Birthday: May 10, 1968
Height: 5' 4"
Full Name / Real Name: Adrian Philip Scarborough
Birthplace: Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England, UK

Check out Adrian Scarborough hot pics and sexy photos.



DirecTV Acquires 'The Slap' and 'The Shadow Line' — Australian import "The Slap" premieres Wednesday, February 15, while the U.K.'s "The Shadow Line" bows Sunday, February 19, on the Audience Network. Read more...
Oscars 2011 Coronates 'The King's Speech' — The royal movie walks away with wins for best picture, director, actor and original screenplay, while early awards season front-runner, "The Social Network," settles for adapted screenplay, film editing and original score. Read more...
2011 Oscar Nominations: 'The King's Speech' Reigns — The Weinstein Company film leads the pack with 12 nominations, while "True Grit" nabbed 10, and both "The Social Network" and "Inception" scored 8. Read more...

Who is he dating? What do you think of him?

Post a Comment
Display Name
E-mail (optional)
(not displayed with comment)
URL (optional)
  BB code and links are not permitted.