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Dougray Scott Biography
Dougray Scott is a Scottish actor who has appeared in films such as Ever After, Mission: Impossible 2, Enigma, Hitman, and My Week with Marilyn. Scott’s acting career began in national theater, television, and puppet shows. He made his film debut in Twin Town after making his television debut in Soldier Soldier. His first major film roles were as Prince Henry in Ever After and the hero in Enigma, a film adaptation of Robert Harris’ novel.
Dougray Scott Education
He enrolled in a drama foundation course before attending the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff from 1984 to 1987, where he was named Most Promising Drama Student.
Dougray Scott Age
How old is He? Scott is 57 years old as of 2022. He was born Stephen Dougray Scott on 25 November 1965 in Glenrothes, United Kingdom.
Dougray Scott Height
Steve the Scottish actor stands at a height of 5′ 11″ (1.8 m) tall. ALSO READ: Sandi Patty
Dougray Scott Ethnicity and Nationality
What ethnicity is Scott? He belongs to a mixed ethnicity/heritage, he was born and raised in Glenrothes, United Kingdom. Scott holds Britain nationality and citizenship by birth.
Dougray Scott’s Family and Parents
Scott was the son of a nurse named Elma and a traveling refrigerator and freezer salesman and former actor named Alan Scott. He attended Auchmuty High School. Using his grandmother’s surname as his stage name, he enrolled in a foundation course in drama before attending the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff from 1984 to 1987, where he received the college’s Most Promising Drama Student award.
Dougray Scott Wife | Children and Daughter
He had two marriages. On June 8, 2007, he married actress Claire Forlani in Italy. Their adopted son, Milo, was born on December 27, 2014. Eden and Gabriel Trevis Scott, sons of Scott and his ex-wife Sarah Trevis, were born in 1998.
Dougray Scott Enigma
In the 2001 espionage thriller Enigma, he played Tom Jericho. The story is loosely based on true events and takes place in March 1943, at the height of WWII. The Nazi U-boats altered one of their code reference books to include Enigma machine ciphers, halting the flow of vital naval signals intelligence.
Dougray Scott Hitman
In the 2007 action-thriller film Hitman, he played Mike Whittier, an Interpol agent who has been tracking Agent 47 for quite some time and finally confronts his mysterious target. In the present day, Interpol agent Mike Whittier arrives home to find Agent 47 holding a gun to his head. The two discuss 47’s life as a professional hitman, raised and trained by the Organization, a shadowy paramilitary organization.
Dougray Scott Career
Scott’s acting career began in national theater, television, and puppet shows. He made his film debut in Twin Town after making his television debut in Soldier Soldier. His first major film roles were as Prince Henry in Ever After and the hero in Enigma, a film adaptation of Robert Harris’ novel. In Mission: Impossible 2, he played the antagonist (and was selected to do so by Tom Cruise). He was set to play Wolverine in the X-Men feature film adaptation. When Mission: Impossible 2 went over budget and he was injured in a motorcycle accident while filming the chase scene, he was forced to drop out and was replaced by Hugh Jackman in X-Men.
Scott was a candidate to replace Pierce Brosnan as James Bond after the release of Die Another Day in 2002. Despite numerous reports that Eon Productions was considering casting Scott as the new Bond in the 007 adventure Casino Royale, the role ultimately went to Daniel Craig. In January 2006, he played Moses in the miniseries The Ten Commandments. He also appeared in five episodes of the NBC series Heist, which aired in March 2006. He appeared as Teri Hatcher’s new love interest in the third season of Desperate Housewives from 2006 to 2007. In 2007, he starred as the main antagonist in the film Hitman, which was based on the Hitman video games. He played the title character(s) in a modern retelling.
Scott appeared in the film The Day of the Triffids. The drama aired as part of the BBC 1 Christmas schedule in December 2009. Scott co-starred in the 2011 film Love’s Kitchen with his wife Claire Forlani. Scott portrayed football manager Matt Busby in the BBC TV drama United, which was based on the 1958 Munich air disaster, in which Busby was severely injured but survived. In the Doctor Who episode “Hide” in 2013, he appeared as parapsychological researcher/ghost hunter Alec Palmer. Scott played the main antagonist in Taken 3 in 2014. Scott debuted as Thomas Abigail, Victor Strand’s business partner and lover, in the second season of Fear the Walking Dead in April 2016.
Dougray Scott’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $5 Million.
Dougray Scott Movies and TV Shows
♦ 2020 – Sulphur and White
♦ 2019 – Departure – Ethan Moreau
♦ 2019 – Sea Fever
♦ 2019–present – Batwoman
♦ 2018 – The Woman in White
♦ 2018 – Urban Myths
♦ 2017 – The Replacement
♦ 2017 – Jamie Johnson
♦ 2017–2018 – Snatch
♦ 2016 – London Town
♦ 2016 – Full Circle –
♦ 2016 – Fear the Walking Dead
♦ 2016 – Harley and the Davidsons
♦ 2015 – Tiger House
♦ 2015 – The Rezort
♦ 2015 – The Vatican Tapes