Spouse Lisa Jacobs (m. 1989)
|Name Steven Mackintosh|
Years active 1983—present
Siblings Lynda Ellingham
|Born 30 April 1967 (age 54) (1967-04-30) Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom|
Children Martha Mackintosh, Blythe Mackintosh
Parents Dorothy Parris, Malcolm Mackintosh
Movies and TV shows Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, Lock - Stock and Two Smoking, Luther, Underworld: Evolution, Inside Men
Similar Lisa Jacobs (actress), Gemma Jones, Jamie Bell
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Steven Mackintosh (born 30 April 1967) is an English actor. He has appeared in numerous film and television dramas and is perhaps best known for roles in Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, The Land Girls and Luther.
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Mackintosh was born in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, the son of Dorothy Parris and Malcolm Mackintosh. He attended Icknield Primary School in Sawston, Sawston Village College and Dramawise Theatre School. He made his stage debut aged 12 at the Bush Theatre, London and then landed the lead role in the National Theatre production of Brighton Beach Memoirs.
Mackintosh's first film appearance was in Prick Up Your Ears. He went on to star in Memphis Belle, Twelfth Night, and David Leland's Land Girls with Rachel Weisz and Anna Friel. He played Winston in Guy Ritchie's film Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. His other notable films include Roger Michell's The Mother, The Jacket, Good with Viggo Mortensen, Underworld: Evolution and Underworld: Rise of the Lycans. He played Tony in Rupert Wyatt's feature The Escapist and Kertzer in Film 4's The Scouting Book For Boys. Mackintosh played Ivan Lewis in the big screen version of The Sweeney. He played Jack in Set Fire to the Stars with Elijah Wood and worked with Michael Caton Jones for the second time on his film Urban Hymn.
He played Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö's fictional police detective Martin Beck in the BBC Radio drama series The Martin Beck Killings.
Mackintosh played DS Winter in the 10 part series Lucky Man, created by Stan Lee for Carnival films and Sky TV. He played Robbo in From There to Here by BAFTA winning writer Peter Bowker for the BBC and played John Coniston in the acclaimed Inside Men for BBC 1. His other numerous credits include: Luther, Lost Christmas, The Other Boleyn Girl, The Buddha of Suburbia, Prime Suspect and Our Mutual Friend. Mackintosh won Best Actor at the Royal Television Society Awards and a Best Actor Nomination at the BAFTAs for his role in Care for the BBC. In recent years he has become a popular choice to narrate documentaries. He replaced Jamie Theakston to narrate the BBC police documentary, Traffic Cops. He also narrates on the documentary Aircrash Confidential from Discovery Communications and Saving Lives At Sea on BBC 2.
He has a sister, Lynda. He is married to the actress Lisa Jacobs and they have two daughters, Martha Mackintosh and Blythe Mackintosh. He is a fan of Manchester United