Andrew Ewan Stewart
26 August 1957
|Education|| Clifton Hall School |
Merchiston Castle School
|Parent(s)|| Andy Stewart |
Andrew Ewan Stewart(born 26 August 1957) is a Scottish film, television and stage actor.
Stewart was born in Glasgow, and is the son of the late Scottish entertainer Andy Stewart. His mother Sheila lives in Arbroath, Scotland. Stewart was educated at Edinburgh's Clifton Hall School and Merchiston Castle School from 1966–1974. He left Scotland to move to London in 1975 and started working in theatres as well as studying drama.
Stewart's first television appearance was in an advertisement for Scottish "Bluebell" matches. His first major TV appearance was in 1979 in the TV remake of All Quiet on the Western Front , with Richard Thomas and Ernest Borgnine. In 1989, Stewart played Dr Robbie Meadows on the sitcom Only Fools and Horses .
Stewart played First Officer Murdoch in Titanic (1997). In 2005, Stewart was one of many European actors considered for the vacant role of James Bond. In 2008, Stewart starred in the film Ecstasy based on The Undefeated from Irvine Welsh's best-selling novel Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical Romance .
Stewart was the voice actor and motion caption actor for Shen in the video game Heavenly Sword , released in 2007.
Stewart is married and lives in London with his wife, English actress Clare Byam-Shaw, and his two children, Thomas and Eleanor.
|1982||Who Dares Wins||Terrorist (Kevin)|
|1983||Flight to Berlin||Jack|
|1985||Not Quite Paradise||Angus Ross|
|1988||The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover||Henchman (Harris)|
|1991||Kafka||The Castle Attendant|
|1993||Down Among the Big Boys||with Billy Connolly as a henchman|
|1993||Nervous Energy||Peter Reid|
|1996||Stella Does Tricks||Francis|
|1997||Titanic||First Officer William Murdoch|
|1999||The Big Brass Ring||Kinzel|
|2000||The Closer You Get||Pat|
|2000||Little Bird||Michael Hall|
|2001||Conspiracy||Dr. Georg Leibbrandt|
|2002||The Last Great Wilderness||Magnus|
|2003||Young Adam||Daniel Gordon|
|2004||One Last Chance||Fitz's dad|
|2004||Dirty War||Deputy Assistant Commissioner John Ives|
|2006||Alpha Male||Hilary Benz|
|2009||Valhalla Rising||Eirik (Chieftain of the Crusaders)|
|1979||All Quiet on the Western Front||Detering (German soldier)|
|1980||Rain on the Roof||Billy|
|1981||The Professionals (episode: "Operation Susie")||Rudiger Molner|
|1981||Ill Fares the Land|
|1980||The Camerons||Sam Cameron|
|1982||Antony and Cleopatra TV|
|1983||Good and Bad at Games||Colenso|
|1986||Paradise Postponed||Gary Kitson|
|1986||Boon (episode: "The Big Game Hunt")||Vincent Black|
|1989||Only Fools and Horses (episode: "In Sickness and in Wealth")||Dr Robbie Meadows|
|1991-1992||The Advocates||Barrister Greg McDowell|
|1993||Spender (episode: "The More Things Change")|
|1996||The Mugs Game||Kenny Cowan|
|1998||Looking After Jo Jo||Charlie McCann|
|1998||Heat of the Sun||John McAlister|
|1998||Touch and Go||Rob Aldridge|
|1999||The Dark Beginnings of Sherlock Holmes||Professor Canning|
|1999||The Bill (episode: "Treading Water")||Steve Raines|
|2000||Rebus (John Hannah episode: "The Hanging Garden")||DI Jack Morton|
|2000||Rebus (John Hannah episode: "Black and Blue")||DI Jack Morton|
|2001||Silent Witness (Series 5 episode: "World Cruise")||DS Chris Moorhouse|
|2003||Real Men||Alistair Jackson|
|2003||P.O.W.||Corporal John Stevens|
|2003||Witchcraze||Bishop James Carmichael|
|2003||Trevor's World of Sport||Ned Scott|
|2004||Dirty War||Deputy Assistant Commissioner John Ives|
|2007||Rebus (Ken Stott episode: "The First Stone")||Michael Walker|
|2008||Walter's War||Sergeant Fuller|
|2008-2009||River City||Daniel McKee|
|2013||The Escape Artist||Advocate Depute|
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