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Best Actor Award Winning – James McAvoy

James Andrew McAvoy, born April 21, 1979 in Scotstoun, Glasgow, is a BAFTA-winning Scottish actor, best known for his portrayal of Dr Nicholas Garrigan in the award-winning 2006 film, “The Last King of Scotland.”


McAvoy attended St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary in Jordanhill, Glasgow, a Catholic school, and considered becoming a priest but he found himself focusing on a different career when he was in the Pace Youth Theatre for over six years, trained by Mhari Gilbert, and graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in 2000.

McAvoy’s first roles were in David Hayman’s “The Near Room” in 1995 and then as Anthony Balfour in Pat Barker’s “Regeneration” in 1997. McAvoy got his first big international break with a role in the Stephen Spielberg-produced miniseries “Band of Brothers.”


His first international starring role was as Leto Atreides II in the Sci Fi Channel miniseries Children of Dune which aired in 2003, and the same year he co-starred in Paul Abbott’s acclaimed thriller serial State of Play. In 2004 he starred as Steve McBride in another Abbott-written drama series, Shameless on Channel 4, for which he was nominated for the British Comedy Award for Best TV Newcomer. He also starred in “Wimbledo”n as Carl Colt and as Macbeth in “Shakespeare Retold”, among others.

In 2006, McAvoy landed his big break when he starred alongside Forest Whitaker in an adaptation of Giles Foden’s novel “The Last King of Scotland.” The film catapulted him to stardom and won the new Mary Selway/Orange Rising Star Award at the 2006 BAFTA Awards.


In 2007, McAvoy appeared in two critcally acclaimed films – Becoming Jane and Atonement, the latter of which is based on Ian McEwan’s 2001 novel. McAvoy recently finished work on the film adaptation of Wanted.

In his spare time, McAvoy enjoys sci fi, and is a fan of Celtic Football Club.