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His grandfather and great-uncle were famous academics who played international Rugby for Scotland, but Dugald Bruce-Lockhart was born in 1968 in altogether sunnier climes, in Fiji in the Pacific, where his parents were working for the British government's Foreign Office, and indeed they took him around the world, to Africa, Austria and Germany, and Cyprus, where he went to school. Coming to England as a young man he studied drama at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts alongside Andrew Lincoln and Stephen Mangan, graduating in 1994, and going almost immediately into the Royal Shakespeare Company. In 1997 he was one of the original members of the Propellor Theatre Company, which had been set up at the Watermill Theatre in Newbury, Berkshire, to perform Shakespearean plays as they were originally acted, with all-male casts, and he toured with them, on and off, over the next ten years, in different venues around the world. Most of the productions were directed by Edward Hall, son of Peter. and in 2008 Edward and Dugald were working together again in London's West End in the revival of Terence Rattigan's 'The Deep Blue Sea' with a 'real' leading lady in Greta Scacchi, and a co-star, Simon Williams, whose son Tam was one of Dugald's 'ladies' in Propellor.
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