Angus Macfadyen (born 21 September 1963) is a Scottish actor. Angus Macfadyen was born in Glasgow and was brought up partly in Africa, France, the Philippines and Singapore. His father was a doctor in the World Health Organisation. He was once engaged to actress Catherine Zeta-Jones. Macfadyen attended the University of Edinburgh, and the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. He has played Orson Welles in Tim Robbins' 1999 film, Cradle Will Rock, Philip in the BBC's production of The Lost Language of Cranes, Dupont in Equilibrium, Robert the Bruce in 1995's Braveheart and Jeff Denlon in the Saw series of films as well as real-life British actors as Peter Lawford (The Rat Pack) and Richard Burton (Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story).
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Born 1963-09-21 (56 years ago) in Glasgow, Scotland.
Height 178 centimeters.