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In 1991 Robert Carlyle And Four Friends Founded A Theatre Company Raindog Which

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He left school at the age of 16 without any qualifications and worked for his father as a painter and decorator; however, he continued his education by attending night classes at Cardonald College in Glasgow. Carlyle became involved in drama at the Glasgow Arts Centre at the age of 21 (having been inspired by reading Arthur Miller’s The Crucible), and subsequently graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. in 1991, he and four friends founded a theatre company, Raindog (which is now primarily involved in television and film work), and guest starred in The Bill. in 1996 and 1997, he appeared in the two highest-profile roles of his career to date: as the psychopathic Francis Begbie in Trainspotting and Gaz, the leader of a group of amateur male strippers, in The Full Monty, the latter earning Carlyle a BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. That year he also portrayed Father Joseph Macavoy in the film The Tournament.

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In 2009 Carlyle Appeared In A Longform Commercial For Johnnie Walker Whiskey

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He left school at 16 without qualifications and went to work for his father as a painter and decorator, however he continued his education by attending night classes at Cardonald College in Glasgow. The same year he starred in his first movie, Riff-Raff, directed by Ken Loach. Carlyle’s first high-profile role came as murderer Albie Kinsella in an October 1994 episode of Cracker opposite Robbie Coltrane (in which the character killed no fewer than five people, including the character DCI David Bilborough, played by Christopher Eccleston). in 2009, Carlyle appeared in a long-form commercial for Johnnie Walker whiskey, titled “The Man Who Walked Around The World”, that showed Carlyle walking down a path and talking for six minutes in a single long take.