Jul. 20th, 1968
West Drayton, Hillingdon, Middlesex, England, UK
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Julian Alistair Rhind-Tutt (born July 20, 1968) is an English actor, best known for his starring role as "Mac" McCartney in the comedy television series Green Wing, the second series of which finished on Channel 4 in May 2006.
Born in West Drayton, London the youngest of five (two brothers, Phillip and Mortimer, and two sisters, Elizabeth and Joanna). He attended the John Lyon School in Harrow, Middlesex. While there he acted in school productions, eventually taking the lead in a school production of Hamlet that played at the Edinburgh Festival fringe in the mid 1980s. After reading English at the University of Warwick, he attended the Central School of Speech and Drama in London.The name Rhind-Tutt came about in 1866 when Jane Rhind married Thomas Tutt.
Rhind-Tutt landed his first big acting break playing the Duke of York in The Madness of King George (1994). This was followed by a succession of smaller television and film roles. He then landed a major role in William Boyd's First World War drama The Trench (1999) alongside Paul Nicholls and Daniel Craig.
He became more well-known following his starring role in Green Wing and he has had a major role in cult American show Keen Eddie as Inspector Monty Pippin. He also appeared as a duellist in the video for Roots Manuva's single "Too Cold". He has appeared in over 50 radio productions and received the 1992 Carleton Hobbs Award from BBC Radio Drama.
In 2008, he appeared narrating a short film for the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
- He is a graduate of London's Central School of Speech and Drama.
- He read English at Warwick University.
- Received the 1992 Carleton Hobbs award from BBC Radio Drama. Has since appeared in over radio 50 radio productions as well as lending his voice to numerous audio books and TV shows.
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