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Ireland-born actor ANDREW SCOTT has won many awards for his work on stage and for television and is now making his mark in feature films. Most recently, Scott won a BAFTA award for best supporting actor for his role as Moriarty in the BBC TV series Sherlock in 2012. It was a role for which he also won two awards from the Irish Film and TV Academy (IFTA). His further TV performances include the comedy sitcom My Life In Film in 2004, the HBO mini-series John Adams in 2008 and a lead role in ITV's acclaimed drama The Town in 2012. On stage, early in his career Scott's performance in Long Day's Journey Into Night at the Gate Theatre in London won him both the actor of the year award from the Independent/Spirit of Life awards and a nomination for best supporting actor from the Irish Times Awards. Scott received his first Olivier award for his role in A Girl In A Car With a Man at the Royal Court in 2004, and was nominated for a Drama League award for his Broadway debut in The Vertical Hour, written by David Hare and directed by Sam Mendes, co-starring Julianne Moore and Bill Nighy in 2006. Scott then starred with Ben Whishaw in Cock at the Royal Court, a production which won an Olivier Awards in 2010. In film, Scott will also soon be seen in John Butler's The Stag, a comedy co-starring Brian Gleeson.

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