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Alastair Galbraith

Highest Rated: 86% Mission of Honor (2018)

Lowest Rated: 66% Intimacy (2001)

Birthday: Not Available

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Scottish native Alastair Galbraith began his acting career in 1989 with an appearance in the British television film "Wild Flowers." Though he had a part in "Conquest of the South Pole" that same year, he did not score another notable role until 1994's "Maid Marian and Her Merry Men," a comedic reinterpretation of the Robin Hood legend on BBC One. For the rest of the 1990s, Galbraith appeared in films including the juvenile-delinquent drama "Small Faces" and the World War I story "Behind the Lines." Most of his work was for British television, however, with parts in shows like the crime series "Silent Witness" as well as a recurring role as Mr. Urquart on the children's fantasy series "Aquila." The 2000s were even more productive for Galbraith; he focused his energies primarily on television work. He appeared in small roles across a myriad of British television series, including the hit spy drama "MI-5" and the long-running soap opera "Coronation Street."

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Credit
86% 47% Mission of Honor Screenwriter - 2018
No Score Yet 58% Dirty War Murray Corrigan (Character) - 2004
66% 58% Intimacy Victor (Character) $563.6K 2001
No Score Yet 74% The Debt Collector Colquhoun (Character) - 1999
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Passion Neil (Character) - 1999
No Score Yet No Score Yet Silent Witness: Divided Loyalties Martin Greaves (Character) - 1997