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Brian Cox's Jute Journey [DVD]

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In 2003 he played the villain William Stryker in X2: X-Men United and Captain Oakes in the direct-to-video crime thriller Sin. He also played old Angus in the fantasy drama The Water Horse, Mr Kreeg in the anthology horror Trick 'r Treat, Daniel Tennant in Shoot on Sight based on Operation Kratos, and Drosselmeyer in The Secret of the Nutcracker. Cox made his first television appearance as Nelson in an episode of The Wednesday Play in 1965 and made one-off appearances in Redcap, ITV Playhouse, and The Gamblers before taking a lead role in The Year of the Sex Olympics in 1968. Cox narrated the abridged audiobook version of John Aubrey's Brief Lives (1995), Joseph Conrad's novellas Youth and Heart of Darkness (1996), and Sir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe (2001). I was also a great fan of Boris Johnson’s wittering ways, and made the semi-serious point of penning “Vote4 Boris” on my knuckles the day he was elected Mayor of London.

The ruling clique’s ideals within the party remain the same, as do the mindless cheerleaders and right-wing elements who support them.In 2011, he starred as Captain Rudolph Sharp in The Sinking of the Laconia, BBC Two's television film about the sinking of the British ocean liner RMS Laconia during World War II.

I grew up in a Dumfries where Hector Munro was a life MP and started off at school arguing eloquently and passionately on Hector ‘ s side… and was wrong about almost everything. Cameron accused of hypocrisy over indyref as he allows MEPs to forge Euro alliance with Belgian party backing independence for Flanders. She didn’t realise that John Prescott was the one who actually said that phrase first, a few years back. He is also a patron of "THE SPACE", a training facility for actors and dancers in his native Dundee, and an ambassador for the Screen Academy Scotland, a collaboration between Napier University and the Edinburgh College of Art.

He also narrated in the epic full-cast drama The Stuarts (2019) and in Alexander: The Story of a Legendary Leader (2020). From 2006 to 2007, he starred as Max at London's West End production of Tom Stoppard’s Rock ‘n Roll, a role he reprised on Broadway until 2008.

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