EWEN BREMNER (Alfonz) has over 25 feature film credits to his name. His appearance in Mike Leigh's acclaimed 1993 film "Naked" marked the turning point early in his career, and quickly led to roles in such films as Danny Cannon's "Judge Dredd," starring Sylvester Stallone; "Royal Deceit," with Gabriel Byrne and Helen Mirren; and "The Phoenix and the Magic Carpet," starring Peter Ustinov.
As the perpetually unfortunate Spud in Danny Boyles' gritty, internationally successful film "Trainspotting," Bremner delivered one of his most memorable and celebrated performances to date. His other major feature credits include "The Life of Stuff"; "The Acid House"; "Julien Donkey-Boy," in the title role of a troubled, schizophrenic young man, opposite Chloe Sevigny; the thriller "Paranoid"; Guy Ritchie's "Snatch"; Michael Bay's "Pearl Harbor"; Ridley Scott's "Black Hawk Down"; the musical comedy "Fancy Dancing"; "16 Years of Alcohol"; "The Reckoning," with Paul Bettany and Brian Cox; Peter Berg's "The Rundown"; "Around the World in 80 Days," with Jackie Chan and Jim Broadbent; "AVP: Alien vs. Predator"; the romantic drama "The Zero Sum"; "Marvelous"; and Woody Allen's critically acclaimed "Match Point." His most recent credits include the romantic drama "Mister Foe," with Jamie Bell and Sophia Myles, and a standout role in the ensemble-based black comedy "Death at a Funeral," directed by Frank Oz.
For British television, Bremner has played dramatic roles in "The Virgin Queen"; "Elizabeth I," starring Helen Mirren and Jeremy Irons; "The True Adventures of Robert Louis Stevenson"; "The Baader Meinhoff Gang Show"; and "Surrealissimo: The Trial of Salvador Dali," in which he played the famously eccentric artist.
Bremner was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and his stage work in the UK includes Kathy Burke's Donmar Warehouse production of "God of Hell," as well as acclaimed productions of "Trainspotting," "Gormenghast," "The Present and Bright Light Shining," "Slab Boys," "Greenfingers," "The Funeral" and "Conquest of the South Pole."
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