University of Aberdeen
| 24 June 1961 (age 54) (1961-06-24) Edinburgh, Scotland|
Charlotte Emmerson (2005–)
Susannah Harker (m. 1993–2004)
Juliet Glen, Finlay Glen, Mary Glen
Game of Thrones, Downton Abbey, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Resident Evil: Extinction, Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Michelle Fairley, Aidan Gillen, Rory McCann, Jack Gleeson, Emilia Clarke
Iain Glen Wikipedia
Iain Glen (born 24 June 1961) is a Scottish film, television, and stage actor. Glen is best known for his roles as Dr. Alexander Isaacs / Tyrant in the Resident Evil films and for portraying Ser Jorah Mormont on Game of Thrones. Other notable roles include John Hanning Speke in Mountains of the Moon, Sir Richard Carlisle in Downton Abbey, the title role in Jack Taylor and Jarrod Slade in Cleverman.
Iain Glen was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and educated at the Edinburgh Academy, an independent school for boys (now co-educational), followed by the University of Aberdeen. He then trained at RADA in London, where he won the Bancroft Gold Medal.
In 1990, Glen won the Silver Bear for Best Actor at the 40th Berlin International Film Festival for his role in Silent Scream. In the same year he was cast as Hamlet, Prince of Denmark in Tom Stoppard's film adaptation of his play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, which won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival. He was nominated for an Olivier Award for his performance in The Blue Room opposite Nicole Kidman.
It was announced in 2009 that Glen would star as Ser Jorah Mormont in the HBO series Game of Thrones. In 2010, he played the role of Father Octavian, leader of a sect of clerics who were on a mission against the Weeping Angels in "The Time of Angels" and "Flesh and Stone", a two-episode story which formed part of the fifth season of the revived television series Doctor Who. He appeared in the second series of Downton Abbey, as Sir Richard Carlisle, a tabloid publisher who is a suitor to, and subsequently engaged to, Lady Mary.
From 2010 to the present Glen has played the title character in the Irish TV crime series Jack Taylor adapted from the novels by Ken Bruen.
In the 2012 BBC drama series Prisoners' Wives, he plays Paul, the husband of Francesca, whose comfortable life comes crashing down when he is imprisoned for drug trafficking. Also in 2012, he starred in a new 4-part BBC Radio 4 adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo, written by Sebastian Baczkiewicz, directed by Jeremy Mortimer and Sasha Yevtushenko. In 2013, he played the lead in the new play Longing.
From 6 December 2013 until early January 2014 Glen starred alongside Richard McCabe in Fortune's Fool at the Old Vic, directed by Lucy Bailey. He had been due to appear in the full run until 22 February 2014 but was forced to withdraw early to recover from illness, with his role taken by his understudy Patrick Cremin and then by William Houston who joined the cast about the same time as Glen's departure.
In 2015, Glen provided the voiceover for a Vauxhall Mokka advertisement.
Glen is the younger brother of Hamish Glen, artistic director of the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry, and former artistic director of the Dundee Repertory Theatre.
He was married to Susannah Harker from 1993 to 2004; they have one son, Finlay (born 1994). His partner is now actress Charlotte Emmerson, and they have two daughters: Mary (born September 2007) and Juliet (born 2012).Edward II, Royal Exchange, Manchester 1986
The Man Who Had All the Luck Bristol Old Vic 1990
Hamlet, Bristol Old Vic, 1991
Henry V (1995)
Martin Guerre (1996–1997)
The Blue Room (1998)
A Streetcar Named Desire (2002)
Hedda Gabler (2005)
The Crucible (2006)
Scenes of a Marriage (2008)
Wallenstein (2009, Minerva Theatre, Chichester) – title role
Separate Tables (2009) – roles of Mr Martin and Major Pollock – Chichester Festival Theatre
Ghosts (2010) – also directed
Uncle Vanya, The Print Room, 2012 – title role
Fortune's Fool, The Old Vic, 2013
She Stoops to Conquer
Small Engine Repair
The Recruiting Officer