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| SEAN HARRIS BIO|
| Sean began his career in theatre, playing young juvenile roles such as Tybalt and Lysander, mostly with provincial theatre companies around Britain. After making appearances in many established British TV series, such as "Minder", "The Bill", "Judge John Deed" and "Kavanagh QC", usually as young ne'er do wells and troubled teenagers, Sean got his 'big break' in 2002 as the iconic Ian Curtis in Michael Winterbottom's film "24 Hour Party People".|
In 2006, he took on the role of serial killer Ian Brady in the BAFTA award winning TV drama: "See No Evil: The Moors Murders". Despite the project being supported by the victims' families, inevitably the production still attracted controversy. Controversial or not, "See No Evil" went on to scoop not only a BAFTA TV award for Best Drama Serial, but also South Bank Award for Best Drama. Sean made a rare appearance at both ceremonies to accept the awards.
Sean's appearance in the first series of "Ashes to Ashes" (2008) firmly established him as Arthur Layton, the man who shot Alex Drake, sending her into 'police limbo'. Although he appeared in the first and last episodes of the first series, it was disappointing that Sean never got to play Layton again.
In 2009, Sean bought two equally memorable characters to cinema and television: the skanky drug dealer Stretch in "Harry Brown", and the equally amoral and corrupt policeman with a unforgettable hobby, Bob Craven in "Red Riding".
Bio complied by Rosie (Rosie1969) & Louise (Yeltzy), ©2010
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|Psychodahlia||Question (page: 1 2)||21||Mar 31 2014, 1:47 PM EDT by prairiegirl|
Thread started: Dec 1 2011, 8:04 AM EST Watch
Does anybody know where/how I can watch 'Native Son'? I've been scouring the internet for a link that film with no luck. All the reviews rave about it, and Sean Harris apparently spends a portion of the film running around half naked, so I definitely want to see this.
Any links or ideas?
|prairiegirl||Sean Harris' film Saxon now available to stream online||2||Jun 17 2013, 5:27 PM EDT by prairiegirl|
Thread started: Jun 17 2013, 9:33 AM EDT Watch
I just heard from the director of Saxon, Greg Loftin..we have been in contact for a while trying to make Saxon available to stream online. He said that his distributor has been able to remove the blocks so that everyone (no matter where you live) can now stream Saxon online. It is a rental good for 30 days. You can view it from anywhere (you iPad, etc.) as many times as you want for 30 days for under $5. Just go to the website: http://www.saxonthefilm.com
Please let me know how this is working for those outside the UK...Greg asked me for feedback from people to be sure everyone can stream it no matter where they live.
Thank you to Greg Loftin for being so kind and for all his time and effort in making this happen!
|megmaniac||Sean harris podcast from a while back. not about the borgias. (page: 1 2 3)||45||Jun 17 2013, 5:24 PM EDT by prairiegirl|
Thread started: Sep 10 2010, 5:30 AM EDT Watch
I just listened to a podcast of Sean Harris on the internet, and for someone who is supposed to be very quiet, he don't half go on. The interviewer hardly got a word in. Also he must be from Norfolk or something cos he talks like a farmer.
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