DELIVER US FROM EVIL
SEAN HARRIS (Mick Santino) has become noted for a hugely
versatile body of work both in his native England and in the United States. He
became well known to American television viewers in the role of Micheletto in
The Borgias, and as one of the stars of Ridley Scott's Prometheus and opposite
Michael Caine in Harry Brown.
Born in London's Bethnal Green, Harris trained at Drama Centre. He began his
career with numerous appearances on British television series, among them
Minder, The Bill and Kavanagh QC, and portrayed Thomas in the television movie
Jesus. He portrayed Joy Division's ill-fated Ian Curtis in Michael
Winterbottom's feature 24 Hour Party People in 2002, followed by numerous roles
on the big screen in Trauma, Creep, Asylum, Brothers of the Head, Isolation and
Outlaw. On television, Harris appeared in the mini-series See No Evil: The Moors
Murders, Wedding Belles, and was a series regular on Meadowlands, Ashes to Ashes
and Waking the Dead. Harris portrayed Bob Craven in the critically acclaimed Red
Riding trilogy, and then won audience favor as Stretch in Harry Brown.
Since then, Harris has continued to divide his work between feature films and
television. In addition to his role on The Borgias, he has also appeared in the
series Five Daughters and the mini-series Southcliffe and Jamaica Inn; and in
the motion picture Brighton Rock and A Lonely Place to Die. Most recently,
Harris completed roles in the feature films '71, Serena, The Goob and as Macduff
in Macbeth, which stars Michael Fassbinder in the title role.
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