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ANGUS MACFADYEN (Orson Welles) recently appeared as Peter Lawford in the HBO film "The Rat Pack," opposite Ray Liotta, Joe Mantegna and Don Cheadle. He is perhaps best known for his role in Mel Gibson's "Braveheart," winner of five Academy Awards including Best Picture. His other feature film credits include "Lanai-Loa," "Snide & Prejudice," "Nevada," "Still Breathing," "Warriors of Virtue" and "The Brylcream Boys," opposite Gabriel Byrne. He will next be seen in the big screen adaptation of "Titus," starring Anthony Hopkins and Jessica Lange and is currently filming the lead role in Regent Entertainment's romantic comedy "A Woman's A Helluva Thing," opposite Penelope Ann Miller.

For television, he appeared in "Destiny" for NBC, "Takin' Over the Asylum" for BBC Scotland, "The Lost Language of Cranes" for the BBC, and "God of Happiness" for Channel Four. Educated in France, the University of Edinburgh, and the Central School of Speech and Drama, he performed several plays as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Macfadyen has written various plays, including "1905," which received the 1991 Questors Theatre Student Playwriting Award.


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