Mail on Sunday (Jack Taylor)
TV star on digging the dirt as a maverick gumshoe.
The Daily Record (Jack Taylor)
Iain Glen ditches his sword and becomes a detective in new TV drama.
Financial Times (Uncle Vanya)
Why does Uncle Vanya’s existential gloom speak to us so profoundly?
Daily Telegraph (Ghosts)
“It was as if Ibsen had dropped a bomb…”
The Guardian (Ghosts)
Leading actors do not often make the leap into directing, but Iain Glen has wanted to for years.
The List (Small Engine Repairs)
Paul Dale meets one of Scotland’s finest living film and theatre actors – Iain Glen.
The Scotsman (Small Engine Repairs)
“Most men lead lives of quiet desperation and go to the grave with the songs still in them.”
The Times (The Crucible)
Actor Iain Glen, 44, takes a no-nonsense approach to health, and sailing helps to ground him.
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.
The Times (Hedda Gabler)
Iain Glen is effortlessly striking a pose.
University of Aberdeen Magazine (Kidnapped)
Iain Glen is part of a golden generation of Scottish actors.
Scotland on Sunday (Gabriel & Me)
Home truths: Iain Glen on the boy he was and the man he’s become.
The Guardian (Tomb Raider)
The Scottish actor Iain Glen arrives for our interview looking particularly mean.
Scottish Mail on Sunday (Glasgow Kiss)
There can be a certain predictability about meeting square-jawed, handsome actors.
The Scotsman (Glasgow Kiss)
He’s famed for taking on dark roles – but then Iain Glen has never been interested in the conventional.