Douglas Henshall

Movie Actor

Douglas Henshall was born in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom on November 19th, 1965 and is the Movie Actor. At the age of 57, Douglas Henshall biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, TV shows, and networth are available.

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Other Names / Nick Names
Douglas James Henshall, Dougie, Doug
Date of Birth
November 19, 1965
Nationality
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Age
57 years old
Zodiac Sign
Scorpio
Profession
Actor, Film Actor, Stage Actor
Douglas Henshall Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 57 years old, Douglas Henshall has this physical status:

Height
178cm
Weight
70kg
Hair Color
Light Brown
Eye Color
Blue
Build
Slim
Measurements
Not Available
Douglas Henshall Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Religion
Not Available
Hobbies
Not Available
Education
Barrhead High School, Scottish Youth Theatre, Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts
Douglas Henshall Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Spouse(s)
Tena Štivičić
Children
1
Dating / Affair
Tena Štivičić (2010
Parents
His father was a salesman, His mother was a nurse.
Siblings
He has 2 older sisters.
Other Family
Ivo Štivičić (Father-in-Law) (Screenwriter), Mirjana Rački Štivičić (Mother-in-Law)
Douglas Henshall Career

In 1993, Henshall appeared in Dennis Potter's television adaptation of Lipstick on Your Collar. He also portrayed T. E. Lawrence in a recurring role in the American television series Young Indiana Jones (1992–1996). In 1993 he appeared in series 10 of The Bill. One of his first successful film roles was as Edgar in Angels and Insects (1995) before going on to star in Sharpe's Justice (1997), Orphans (1998), The Man with Rain in His Shoes (1998). He has also starred in many television series and is known for his roles in Psychos (1999) This Year's Love (1999) and Kid in the Corner (1999) (for which he won a gold nymph as best actor in a mini-series at the Monte-Carlo TV festival in 2000).

Henshall appeared in the films Lawless Heart (2001) Gentlemen’s Relish (2001) and Silent Cry (2002). Roles on television include Konstantin Levin in Anna Karenina (2000), and Dan in Loving You (2003). He has also performed in plays for BBC radio, including the role of Romeo in Romeo and Juliet (1999) and David in The Long Farewell (2002). In the summer of 2002, Douglas returned to the London stage where he performed the role of Michael Bakunin in Tom Stoppard's new trilogy of plays, The Coast of Utopia, at the National Theatre.

Henshall played Marcus in the post-production British comedy film French Film, alongside Hugh Bonneville and Anne-Marie Duff. He took the starring role as scientist Professor Nick Cutter in the first three series of the science fiction series Primeval from 2007 to 2009 and starred in Dorian Gray (2009) as the doctor Alan Campbell.

He went on to appear in another ITV1 show, Collision, in which he played the investigating officer of a multiple car crash. In 2010, Douglas starred in a BBC1 drama called The Silence. He appeared in Series 5 of Lewis in the episode "The Mind Has Mountains" and as Cradoc in The Eagle (2011).

In summer 2011, Henshall starred in Harold Pinter's Betrayal at the Comedy Theatre in London's West End playing the lover of Emma, played by Kristin Scott Thomas. Her husband was played by Ben Miles and the revival was brought to life by director Ian Rickson. In autumn 2012, he appeared as Oliver Cromwell in the premiere of the new play 55 Days.

In 2012, he starred as Augustus Cribben in The Secret of Crickley Hall, and in the ITV television film of Ian Rankin's novel Doors Open.

In 2013, Henshall starred as Detective Inspector Jimmy Pérez in the BBC drama Shetland filmed in Lerwick and Glasgow. The story was based on Ann Cleeves' Shetland crime novel Red Bones. A second series of six episodes consisted of three, two-part, stories based on Cleeve's Raven Black, Dead Water and Blue Lightning. It screened in the UK in March and April 2014. A further series was filmed in 2015, screening on BBC1 in the UK during January and February 2016. Henshall won the Bafta Scotland best television actor award in 2016 for his work in the series and the show won the best television drama.

In 2015, Henshall starred as Taran MacQuarrie in the TV series Outlander.

In 2016, he starred in the Scottish three-part television drama series In Plain Sight as the detective William Muncie, who pursued serial murderer Peter Manuel to his conviction and ultimate execution by hanging.

Henshall starred in the film Iona, written and directed by Scott Graham, which opened in March 2016. It is the story of a mother who burns her car and takes her teenage son on a ferry to the island she was named after. In 2019 he appeared as antiquarian book dealer Adam Snow in Susan Hill's Ghost Story - The Small Hand (Channel 5 TV).

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Crime writer Ann Cleeves loses laptop containing draft of her next novel in blizzard

www.dailymail.co.uk, December 14, 2022
Ann Cleeves (left) fears her laptop may have slipped out of her bag and could now be buried under 'a foot of snow' in Shetland (pictured right). The novelist, whose books have been adapted into the television series Shetland, fears the computer may have fallen out of her bag as she made her way through Lerwick in wintry conditions on Monday. In an appeal on Twitter (pictured inset), she offered a reward for the return of the laptop, though said it is probably buried under 'a foot of snow' by now as the islands have been hit by severe wintry weather.

A horror story that will tug at your heart: PATRICK MARMION reviews Let The Right One In 

www.dailymail.co.uk, November 4, 2022
PATRICK MARMION: How do you feel about horror stories? Some won't go near them, even armed with a crucifix and bottle of holy water. But inside many a fright-fest lies a fairy tale, trying to get out. That was definitely the case with John Ajvide Lindqvist's novel about Oskar, a bullied adolescent in suburban 1980s Stockholm who befriends young vampire Eli, after she moves in next door. (The book was adapted by Lindqvist himself for the Swedish film of the same name). And Bryony Shanahan's mesmerising revival of Jack Thorne's 2013 adaptation sinks its fangs into the story's jugular afresh . . . with pleasingly creepy results.

ROLAND WHITE reviews last night's TV: You'll never outpace Shetland copper in reasonably priced car

www.dailymail.co.uk, September 15, 2022
ROLAND WHITE: It was a far, far better thing that Detective Inspector Jimmy Perez did last night than he has ever done before. The hero of Shetland (BBC1) quit his job on a matter of principle after freeing a murder suspect, wanted in the U.S., whom he believed to be innocent. And suspect Lloyd Anderson, played by Patrick Robinson, seemed remarkably grateful considering that Perez had just arrested his lover for murder. It was a busy last day at work as Perez (Douglas Henshall) prevented a bomb attack by an eco-terrorist, wrapped up three murders and at last declared his love for adorable Nurse Meg (Lucianne McEvoy). About time, too. The main killer - accounting for two of the bodies - turned out to be environmental campaigner Jamie Narey (Grant O'Rourke), who had a grudge against the oil industry after the death of his activist girlfriend.