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13.04.2006

The Stage (The Crucible)

For an actor who is equally happy on stage and screen, Iain Glen is fortunate enough to have a foot in both camps.

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05.03.2005

The Times (Hedda Gabler)

Iain Glen is effortlessly striking a pose.

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19.06.2004

University of Aberdeen Magazine (Kidnapped)

Iain Glen is part of a golden generation of Scottish actors.

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28.10.2001

Scotland on Sunday (Gabriel and Me)

Home truths – Iain Glen on the boy he was and the man he’s become.

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31.08.2000

The Guardian (Tomb Raider)

The Scottish actor Iain Glen arrives for our interview looking particularly mean.

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01.08.2000

The Scottish Sunday Mail (Glasgow Kiss)

There can be a certain predictability about meeting square-jawed, handsome actors.

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06.07.2000

The Scotsman (Glasgow Kiss)

He’s famed for taking on dark roles – but then Iain Glen has never been interested in the conventional.

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19.06.1999

RADA The Magazine (The Blue Room)

It was good to see you back on stage in The Blue Room, David Hare’s new version of Arthur Schnitzler’s ‘La Ronde’.

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20.01.1999

Vogue (The Blue Room)

So what kind of a way to spell your name is Iain? Mr. Glen grins. “The right way!

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10.12.1998

In Theatre, Broadway (The Blue Room)

‘Now And Glen’ – Getting intimate with The Blue Room star Iain Glen.

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04.09.1998

The Daily Telegraph (The Blue Room)

Jane Edwards talks to Nicole Kidman and Iain Glen.

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15.07.1996

The Daily Telegraph (Martin Guerre)

In and around the Prince Edward Theatre a sense of bristling urgency is evident.

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12.10.1995

The Times (Henry V)

American film studios are wooing the latest star in the firmament of the Royal Shakespeare Company…

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05.04.1994

Sunday Express (King Lear)

It was, without doubt, the largest gathering of egos since the Oscars ceremony.

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14.04.1993

Scotland on Sunday (Macbeth)

Double, double, toil no trouble. Iain Glen has never seen Macbeth produced…

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