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Graham De Banzie

Graham De Banzie is an actor, known for Complicity (2000), A Shot at Glory (2000) and The Planman (2003). See full bio »

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Known For

Complicity Archie McLeod
A Shot at Glory
A Shot at Glory Reporter #1
The Planman
The Planman Dr. Tennant
Taggart Pathologist / Brian Welch / Custody Sergeant / Rourke's Driver


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 2006 Still Game (TV Series)
West End Man
- Drama (2006) ... West End Man
 1990-2005 Taggart (TV Series)
Pathologist / Brian Welch / Custody Sergeant / ...
- In Camera (2005) ... Pathologist
- An Eye for an Eye (2003) ... Pathologist
- Halfway House (2003) ... Pathologist
- Fade to Black (2002) ... Pathologist
- Hard Man (2002) ... Pathologist
 2003 The Planman (TV Movie)
Dr. Tennant
 2000 A Shot at Glory
Reporter #1
 2000 Complicity
Archie McLeod
 1998 The Young Person's Guide to Becoming a Rock Star (TV Series)
- Creating the Buzz (1998) ... Eddie
 1997-1998 Rab C. Nesbitt (TV Series)
Doctor One / Kevin
- Property (1998) ... Doctor One
- Growth (1997) ... Kevin
 1998 Looking After Jo Jo (TV Series)
 1996 Bad Boys (TV Series)
Paul Gillon
- The Bonny Bonny Banks (1996) ... Paul Gillon
 1995 Hamish Macbeth (TV Series)
Robert Graham
- Wee Jock's Lament (1995) ... Robert Graham
 1995 Doctor Finlay (TV Series)
George Wilde
- The Earth's Sweet Being (1995) ... George Wilde

Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Tony Roper and David Anderson's musical, "Talk of the Steamie," at the Greenwich Theatre in London, England with Julia McCarthy, Judy Sweeney, Emma Dingwall, and Myra McFadyen in the cast. Alex Norton was director.

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