Spouse Amelia Bull
Role Film actor
|Name Paul Higgins|
Years active 1987–present
|Born 1963 (age 52–53)Lanarkshire, Scotland|
Children Mary Higgins, Flora Higgins
Awards Chlotrudis Award for Best Cast
Movies and TV shows Utopia, The Thick of It, In the Loop, Couple in a Hole, Red Road
Similar People Amelia Bull, Peter Capaldi, Chris Addison, Tom Hollander, Olivia Poulet
Paul higgins writes his first play nobody will ever forgive us
Paul Higgins (born 1963) is a Scottish film and television actor.
- Paul higgins writes his first play nobody will ever forgive us
- Paul higgins in hope springs s01e01
- Early life
- Personal life
Paul higgins in hope springs s01e01
Higgins was raised as a Roman Catholic, but now he considers himself a lapsed Catholic. As a teenager he trained to be a priest but gave his training up aged 17 when he began dating.
Higgins has appeared onstage in Paul and Black Watch, and in the film Complicity. He played Alan in Staying Alive, a hospital drama on ITV. He has also played Jamie McDonald, an aggressive press officer, in the BBC show The Thick of It and its spin-off feature-length film, In the Loop. In 2009, he appeared as Gil Cameron on the BBC drama Hope Springs. He played Michael Dugdale in Channel 4's acclaimed conspiracy thriller Utopia, in 2013.
He wrote a play titled Nobody Will Ever Forgive Us, which was performed at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh in a co-production with the National Theatre of Scotland in November 2008. Higgins wrote the script to a new musical, The Choir, produced by the Citizens Theatre, Glasgow and the Ambassadors Theatre Group in October 2015.
Higgins is married to actress Amelia Bullmore, whom he met in 1992 while co-starring with her in A View from the Bridge in Manchester. They have two daughters. He is vegan.