Home truths – Iain Glen on the boy he was and the man he’s become.
The Scottish actor Iain Glen arrives for our interview looking particularly mean.
There can be a certain predictability about meeting square-jawed, handsome actors.
He’s famed for taking on dark roles – but then Iain Glen has never been interested in the conventional.
It was good to see you back on stage in The Blue Room, David Hare’s new version of Arthur Schnitzler’s ‘La Ronde’.
So what kind of a way to spell your name is Iain? Mr. Glen grins. “The right way!
‘Now And Glen’ – Getting intimate with The Blue Room star Iain Glen.
Jane Edwards talks to Nicole Kidman and Iain Glen.
In and around the Prince Edward Theatre a sense of bristling urgency is evident.
American film studios are wooing the latest star in the firmament of the Royal Shakespeare Company…
It was, without doubt, the largest gathering of egos since the Oscars ceremony.
Double, double, toil no trouble. Iain Glen has never seen Macbeth produced…
This is no Bragger I see before me. Iain Glen is not insecure, but he’s certainly not one to blow his own trumpet.
A young man in luck. With one major film award under his belt, actor Iain Glen is heading for greater achievements.