Adrian Scarborough

Adrian Philip Scarborough (born 1968) is an English character actor and won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role in 2011. Scarborough was born in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire and trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, winning the Chesterton Award for Best Actor. He lives in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire and is married with a son and a daughter.. Scarborough made his big-screen debut in 1994 in The Madness of King George. His other movie appearances have included Elizabeth: The Golden Age, Vera Drake, Notes on a Scandal, The History Boys, Gosford Park, The King's Speech and the upcoming Les Misérables. One of Scarborough's early television roles was J.G. Quiggin in the 1997 adaptation of A Dance to the Music of Time. His other appearances on television have included productions such as the French and Saunders series Let Them Eat Cake, Cranford, the television film Into the Storm, Psychoville and in the BBC comedy series Miranda. He has also appeared in two episodes of Midsomer Murders, playing separate characters in series 5 and series 10.


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