Graham McTavish is a Scottish film actor best known for his role as Warden Ackerman in the science fiction sitcom “Red Dwarf.” He has also appeared in films such as “Rambo”, “Jekyll”, “Dante’s Inferno”, “Creed”, and “The Wicker Tree”.
Graham McTavish’s Age, Bio
Graham McTavish was born on January 4, 1961, in Glasgow, Scotland, making him 61 years old. He was born under the Capricorn astrological sign and is of Scottish descent.
Alec McTavish is his father’s name, and Ellen McTavish is his mother’s name. Graham’s father was a political activist, and political debates were prevalent in their home. Graham’s family left Glasgow when he was young, and he spent his adult life in places like Canada, the United States, and England before settling in New Zealand. Graham and a friend used to develop and perform comic sketches in school, which prompted his instructor to urge him to fill in for a role in Sheridan’s “The Rivals.” Graham subsequently moved on to Queen Mary University of London, where he majored in English literature. McTavish was able to perform in three Shakespeare plays every year while attending school, and he even earned his Equity card after appearing in a Samuel Beckett piece.
Graham McTavish’s Height And Weight
Graham McTavish stands 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs 84 kg. His white hair and blue eyes could be distinguishing physical characteristics of his appearance.
Graham McTavish’s Career
Graham McTavish has vast theatre experience, having worked at London’s West End repertory theatres as well as Dundee Rep. His first professional part was in episode two of Walt Disney’s miniseries “Return to Treasure Island” in 1986. He then participated in the films “Freedom Fighter” and “Judgment Day” in 1988. Graham participated in various television shows, including “Rose & Maloney”, “Dinotopia”, “Rosemary & Thyme”, “Family”, “The Last King”, “Murphy’s Law”, “Bent Moon on the Rise”, and “D-Day”. He also appeared as a guest star in “The Stretch” in 2000 and “Doctors” in 2001.
McTavish returned to the crime drama “Taggart” for the episode “Mind Over Matter” in 2005, and to the medical drama “Casualty” for the series nineteen episode “Baby Love” in 2006. He appeared in a number of television episodes. In 2010, he played Russian Foreign Minister Mikhail Novakovich on Fox’s blockbuster series “24,” and he has also acted in “The Good Guys,” “Outlander,” “Preacher,” “Colony,” and “Lucifer.” He also appeared in a number of television series and dramas.
Graham McTavish’s Net worth
Graham McTavish’s net worth is $5 million, owing to his successful acting career.
Graham McTavish’s Wife, Marriage & Relationship
Graham McTavish is content with his wife, Gwen Isaacs. Honor and Hope McTavish are the couple’s two beautiful daughters. That they live as a family in New Zealand, and we wish them the best of luck in the future.
|Full Name||Graham McTavish|
|Born Date||04 Jan 1961|
|Saying||She was a tiny little woman, but she had these enormous dogs and they struck me as great names. It was just for me to imagine, but I mentioned it to Peter and he said, ‘Yeah, yeah, that’ll be great.|
|Height||6 feet 2 inches (1.88m)|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Education||Queen Mary University|
|Kids||Two daughters (Honor McTavish and Hope McTavish)|