CARLYLE (Daffy) starred as the anarchist Renard in the latest 007 adventure,
"The World Is Not Enough."
best known internationally for his outstanding performances in "The Full
Monty" and "Trainspotting," Carlyle trained at the Royal Scottish
Academy of Music and Drama, where he won the Duncan Macrae Memorial Prize for
For his own Glasgow-based Rain Dog Theatre Company, Carlyle has directed
"Wasted," "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest,"
"Conquest of the South Pole" and "Macbeth." As an actor, he
worked with the Traverse Theatre (for which he played Alex in "Dead Dad
Dog"), TAG (playing Malvolio in "Twelfth Night" and Rodrigo in
"Othello") and 7:84 in "Nae Problem" and "No Mean
On British television, Carlyle appeared in episodes of "The Bill,"
"Taggart" and "Cracker." Playing the title role in the
series "Hamish MacBeth" made him a household name. He also appeared in
"Safe," directed by Antonia Bird, and the BBC Screen One film "Go
Now," directed by Michael Winterbottom, about a man coming to terms with
Carlyle's feature film debut was in a film school production,
"Apprentices," while his first appearance in a major film was as Big
Woodsy in the Berlin Festival prize-winner "Silent Scream," directed
by David Hayman. Carlyle starred as Stevie in Ken Loach's widely praised
"Riff-Raff" in 1991. He also appeared in Bill Forsyth's "Being
Human" and as Graham, the title character's lover, in Antonia Bird's
controversial film "Priest."
His next role was in "Trainspotting," which led to his internationally
acclaimed performance in "The Full Monty," for which he won the BAFTA
Award as Best Leading Actor (1998). He subsequently played George in Ken
Loach's "Carla's Song," and has since starred in "Face,"
"Plunkett & MacLeane," "Ravenous" and, most recently,
"Angela's Ashes," directed by Alan Parker.
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