Alexander Morton
Alexander Morton
This article is about Alexander Morton, the actor. For the footballer Alexander Morten, see Alexander Morten Alexander MortonBorn Template:Safesubst:24 March 1945 (age 66)Template:Safesubst:Glasgow, ScotlandDisappeared Template:Safesubst: Template:Safesubst:Died Template:Safesubst:Template:Safesubst:Resting place Template:Safesubst:Template:Safesubst: Alexander "Sandy" Morton (born 24 March 1945 in Glasgow) is a Scottish actor.
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Género: Acção, Aventura - Pú
Google News - over 5 years
Século X. One Eye (Mads Mikkelsen) é um guerreiro mudo com forças sobrenaturais feito prisioneiro por Bardo (Alexander Morton), o cruel chefe de uma tribo. Tratado como um animal selvagem e mantido em condições deploráveis, ele é obrigado a participar
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Violência e misticismo em “Destino de Sangue - Jornal Hardmusica
Google News - over 5 years
O filme conta com Mads Mikkelsen, Jamie Sives, Gary Lewis, Ewan Stewart, Alexander Morton, Callum Mitchell, Andrew Flanagan, Douglas Russell, Gary McCormack, Maarten Stevenson nas interpretações de guerreiros pouco convincentes
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Google News - almost 6 years
In the months preceding July 2006, Alexander began dating Shirlene Morton, a woman who lived in the same apartment building as Alexander. Morton informed Alexander that she did not plan to spend the Fourth of July holiday with him but, instead,
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'LONDON TO BRIGHTON'; In a Red Hood and Running From the Wolves of London
NYTimes - about 9 years
With its riffraff and swells, its jerky camerawork and gritty texture, the British film ''London to Brighton'' tries awfully hard to pass itself off as a slab of rancid naturalism. Then there's that title, of course, which invokes Graham Greene's pitiless 1938 novel, ''Brighton Rock,'' with its slums, its fear and the razor-wielding boy of whom
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FILM REVIEW; Born for Gambling, in a Casino and Metaphysically
NYTimes - almost 17 years
Even while wearing the poker face that is an occupational necessity for his juicy title role in Mike Hodges's film ''Croupier,'' Clive Owen conveys a sharp, cynical intelligence that rolls off the screen in waves whenever he widens his glittering blue eyes. Mr. Owen's character, Jack Manfred, spends much of the movie dealing cards and raking in
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ANTIQUES; Idealizing Handmade As a Virtue
NYTimes - about 17 years
Most design movements reflect the political regimes that spawn them, whether Ming or Louis XIV. Just as Louis Seize furniture was designed to reflect royal glory, Empire furniture was part of Napoleon's brilliant propaganda machine. But Britain's Arts and Crafts Movement grew out of the politics of protest. It began in the mid-1800's as a reaction
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Alexander Morton
  • 2012
    Age 66
    From 2012-2015, Morton played Criminal Billy Kennedy in Scottish soap opera River City.
    More Details Hide Details The character of Billy Kennedy was breafly reprised in January 2016. Scottish Actor Jon Morrison took over the role from Alexander. Morton has been married three times, and has a child — Kerry (b. 1970) and Jamie (b. 1980) — from each of his first two marriages. His first wife was Pam Scotcher. His third wife is Jane, whom he met before filming for Monarch of the Glen got underway. She was his landlady while he was doing television work in London, where they now live with her children.
  • 1965
    Age 19
    Morton trained in London at the Central School of Speech and Drama from 1965–68 and is well known for his roles in several leading drama series, such as Taggart, Second Sight, Between the Lines, Minder, and Casualty; movies such as Croupier and London to Brighton; and single dramas The One That Got Away (1996), Looking After Jo Jo (1998), and The Man-Eating Wolves of Gysinge (2005).
    More Details Hide Details He is best known for playing the ghillie Golly Mackenzie in the BBC TV series Monarch of the Glen (2000–2005, appearing in all 64 episodes), and before that made regular appearances over the 1980s and 1990s as the evil Andy Semple in Scottish soap Take the High Road. Highlights of his stage career include a Scots rendition of Shakespeare's Macbeth and R.P. McMurphy in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, both directed by Robert Carlyle, who was a founder member, with Morton, of the Raindog Theatre Company in the 1990s. Morton also worked regularly with theatre companies 7:84 and Borderline, and has appeared at the Traverse, the Lyceum, the Bush, the Royal Court, in repertory all over the UK, as well as regular appearances in pantomime, notably at Glasgow's King's Theatre. In 2006, Morton played the Prince of Darkness in the BBC radio adaptation of Dracula (Voyage of the Demeter, 2006). He was also the first actor to play Inspector Rebus in the first adaptation of Ian Rankin's Rebus series of books. He regularly provides voices for video games, including Heavenly Sword, The Witcher series (as Zoltan Chivay) and Viking: Battle for Asgard.
  • 1945
    Born on March 24, 1945.
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