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Adrian Dunbar

Place of birth:
Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, UK:
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Adrian Dunbar (born 1 August 1958) is an actor from Northern Ireland, best known for his television and theatre work. Dunbar co-wrote and starred in the 1991 film, Hear My Song, nominated for Best Original Screenplay at the BAFTA awards. Description above from the Wikipedia article Adrian Dunbar, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.‚Äč


Searching for Sam: Adrian Dunbar on Samuel Beckett (2019)
as Himself - Presenter
The Snowman (2017)
as Frederik Aasen
Walter (2014)
as DI Walter Gambon
The Attendant (2012)
as Frankie
Good Vibrations (2012)
as Andy
Hideaways (2011)
as Dr. Russell
Mother's Milk (2011)
as Seamus
Mo (2010)
as David Trimble
The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce (2009)
as Philip Conolly
Act of God (2009)
as Frank O'Connor
Eye of the Dolphin (2007)
as Dr. James Hawk
Child of Mine (2005)
as Alfie Palmer
The Quatermass Experiment (2005)
as Detective Lomax
Mickybo and Me (2005)
as Mickybo's Da
Car Crash: The Delorean Story (2004)
as Narrator
How Harry Became a Tree (2002)
as George
Shooters (2002)
as Max Bell
Wild About Harry (2000)
as J. J. MacMahon
Tough Love (2000)
as DCI Mike Love
The Wedding Tackle (2000)
as Mr. Mac
The Jump (1998)
The General (1998)
as Noel Curley
Richard III (1995)
as James Tyrrell
The Near Room (1995)
as Charlie Colquhoun
Innocent Lies (1995)
as Alan Cross
Pleasure (1994)
as Gustave Coudray
The Blue Boy (1994)
as Joe
Widows' Peak (1994)
as Godfrey Doyle-Counihan
The Crying Game (1992)
as Maguire
Hear My Song (1991)
as Micky O'Neill
Children of the north (1991)
as Martin Deeley
Dealers (1989)
as Lennon Mayhew
My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown (1989)
as Peter
The Four Minute Mile (1988)
as Norris McWhirter
A World Apart (1988)
as Le Roux
Sky Bandits (1986)
as Mechanic
The Price (1985)
as Willy
The Long March (1980)
as Colm
A Statement of Affairs
as Adrian
Hear My Song

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