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29.04.2022

The Telegraph (The Cane Field Killings)

Iain Glen remembers meeting ‘childhood god’ David Bowie, witnessing the birth of his kids and his career highlight.

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10.04.2022

The Independent (The Cane Field Killings & Game of Thrones)

Iain Glen on his new South Africa-set detective drama.

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12.02.2022

WION (Mrs Wilson)

Iain Glen’s recent venture as mystery man Alexander Wilson.

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05.07.2021

DStv (Reyka)

Iain Glen breaks down his character, Angus Speelman, and his sinister agenda in local crime drama Reyka.

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07.04.2019

Collider (Mrs Wilson & Game of Thrones)

Iain Glen on his twisty Mrs Wilson character and the end of Game of Thrones.

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11.01.2019

The Resident (Game of Thrones)

Iain Glen on life in Dulwich & the last series of Game of Thrones.

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22.03.2017

Vanity Fair (Jack Taylor)

Iain Glen’s Jack Taylor is the perfect fix for your Game of Thrones withdrawal.

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22.04.2016

Sydney Morning Herald (Thrones, Cleverman)

Iain Glen on Game of Thrones, Aboriginal culture and the wonders of public transport.

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15.11.2013

Evening Standard (Fortune’s Fool)

Game of Thrones fans know him from TV but to followers of Russian theatre Iain Glen is the go-to actor.

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01.08.2013

TV Times (Jack Taylor)

Former Downton star Iain Glen on his new role as a detective with a taste for drink, women and danger.

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23.02.2013

Daily Mail (Jack Taylor)

Iain Glen on his latest role as a booze-soaked cop, getting intimate with Nicole Kidman, and why his Downton villain should have got the girl…

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22.02.2013

Hampstead & Highgate Express (Longing)

Full house buzz to run and run with Iain Glen and ‘Longing’.

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17.02.2013

Mail on Sunday (Jack Taylor)

TV star on digging the dirt as a maverick gumshoe.

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17.02.2013

The Daily Record (Jack Taylor)

Iain Glen ditches his sword and becomes a detective in new TV drama.

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26.10.2012

Financial Times (Uncle Vanya)

Why does Uncle Vanya’s existential gloom speak to us so profoundly?

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