Allan Corduner stars in "Da Vinci's Demons" on Starz as Andrea Verrocchio.

Allan Corduner began his career in musical theater and is most notable for appearing as Sullivan to Jim Broadbent's Gilbert in Mike Leigh's "Topsy-Turvy." In a career spanning almost 40 years, Corduner has worked extensively in television, film and theater both in the UK and US. His most recent TV credits include BBC Four's "Spies of Warsaw," Stephen Poliakoff's "Dancing on the Edge" for BBC Two, ITV1's "Midsomer Murders," Paul Abbott's "Exile," BBC One's "Zen," starring Rufus Sewell, and BBC Four's recent David Bailey and Jean Shrimpton biopic "We'll Take Manhattan."

One of Allan's first film roles was in 1982's "Yentl" with Barbra Streisand. He also appeared in Oliver Stone's "Talk Radio." Other film credits include political thriller "Closer to the Moon," directed by Nae Caranfil, "An Enemy to Die For," directed by Peter Dalle, "Defiance," directed by Ed Zwick, and horror comedy" Burke and Hare," directed by John Landis. In 2009 Allan directed a short film "An Act of Valour," which was his first time behind the camera.

On stage, Corduner recently performed in "Passion" at The Donmar Warehouse. In 2010 he directed "Pariah," by August Strindberg at the Arcola Theatre in London. Corduner has a long association with the Royal Court Theater, where he has appeared in plays such as "Three Birds Alighting on a Field," "F**king Games," "Ice Cream" and most notably Caryl Churchill's satirical "Serious Money," which subsequently transferred to London's West End and Broadway in New York. Corduner also received acclaim on Broadway for the role of Etches in the Tony-award winning musical "Titanic" and in "The Birthday Party" at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton. He was re-united with Mike Leigh at the Royal National Theatre in "Two Thousand Years."

Corduner's voice is familiar to listeners of audio books such as "The Book Thief" and George Orwell's "Burmese Days." On BBC Radio he has been heard in the title role of Bertolt Brecht's "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" and "The Takeover."

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Age: 67 years old
Birthday: April 2, 1950
Birthplace: Stockholm, Sweden

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