Stephen Hagan

Stage Actor

Stephen Hagan was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland on January 25th, 1985 and is the Stage Actor. At the age of 38, Stephen Hagan biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 25, 1985
Nationality
Ireland
Place of Birth
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Age
38 years old
Zodiac Sign
Aquarius
Profession
Actor, Film Producer, Television Actor
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Stephen Hagan Career

Hagan's first big job after drama school was a part as Vito Barratini, a muse of the artist Michelangelo, in Antony Sher's play The Giant. Hagan was in the original cast of the West End and Broadway hit production End of the Rainbow, as well as in Cyrano de Bergerac opposite Joseph Fiennes at the Chichester Festival Theatre. Hagan also appeared in The York Relist at Riverside Studios, and The Real Thing at Salisbury Playhouse. He has also taken his turn in several productions for the Royal Shakespeare Company, including roles in Twelfth Night, The Tempest, The Comedy of Errors and Troilus and Cressida.

Television and film career

Hagan had a role in the Steven Seagal film Against The Dark. In 2007, Hagan appeared in the British drama Clapham Junction, before appearing in an episode of the BBC drama Mistresses in 2008. He also had a recurring role on the BBC drama The Cut and the ITV miniseries Injustice in 2011. He also made an appearance in the episode The Ballad of Midsomer County, of the ITV series Midsomer Murders, where he played Jay Templeton. Other roles have included Shooting for Socrates, Best: His Mother's Son, Risen (as Bartholemew) with Joseph Fiennes, Zoo and A Royal Christmas with Jane Seymour.

Hagan has a recurring role in the Sky TV series Stan Lee's Lucky Man, which sees him play Rich, the brother of James Nesbitt in his role of DI Harry Clayton.

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Coon Cheese sees sales drop after changing name to Cheer Cheese

www.dailymail.co.uk, November 16, 2022
Australian conservative commentator Rowan Dean (pictured right) has said the sacking of up to 75 workers at a factory making what was formerly called Coon cheese (pictured left) is a case of 'Go woke, go broke'. In July 2021, the then 86-year-old Australian Coon cheese brand changed its name to Cheer after a campaign saying the old name was racist.