Robert Carlyle was raised in Maryhill, Glasgow by his father, Joseph, after his mother left him when he was only four. At the age of 21, after reading Arthur Miller's 'The Crucible', he enrolled in acting classes at the Glasgow Arts Centre. In 1991, together with four other actors, Robert founded the Raindog theatre company (named after Tom Waits' album 'Rain Dog', one of Roberts favourites), a company dedicated to innovative work....
'lollipop' Shakabuku Films It was filmed last summer in Bulgaria, with Ving Rhames, Kelly Hu, Robert Carlyle, Nick Rowntree , Danny John Jules and many others. It is currently in the post production stage, but if you like action thrillers then I suggest you watch ...... Thu February 28, 2008, 3:05 pm
The 51st State On E4 By Paul Strange But instead of selling it to his drug-lord employer The Lizard (Meat Loaf), McElroy flies to Liverpool where Felix DeSouza (Robert Carlyle, pictured, right) is acting as broker for gangster Leopold Durant (Ricky Tomlinson). ...... Thu February 28, 2008, 1:01 pm
More Tv To Discuss Down The Pub And it has Robert Carlyle. It's also trying to make a serious point about the surveillance society - the host page (see link) has various facts and figures about ID cards, CCTV and fingerprinting. On PMQs today there was a question ...... Wed February 27, 2008, 9:08 pm
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Video Title: "Wired - robert carlyle on 'stargate universe' season: 1"
Description: "Wired season: 1 episode: 14 robert carlyle discusses his character, 'dr. nicholas rush' in the upcoming series 'stargate universe', and explains why he's fed up with the british film industry."
"This could have been an awesome film where it not for the excessive camera shake in order to generate a sense of panic. There were few interesting camera angles and way too much shaking about. I felt that this was too confusing and distracting to really get into the film.
As for quality - the film is an average Blu Ray quality with some scenes looking near perfect, whilst others are either a bit grainy or shot on a different film stock, so look slightly blurred.
I think they could have tried much harder. I kept feeling through the film that it was going to get better, but despite a few thrills here and there, it never really came together for me."
"Beats me how some people found this funny. I thought it was pathetic. Bad actors trying so hard to be funny. Didn't work for me I'm afraid. Although I am English I hate British movies. They are all such cheap and nasty productions with bad actors and corny British accents. If you have a brain dont buy this film! "
"Hamish Macbeth is a tremendous series. I am sadden, however, by the fact that there is only the three seasons. This is the third in the series and the shows presented here have quite the serious tone to them compared the the first two seasons. The highland humour is still present as the undergirding for the shows but much of what is here is just good drama. We get to see a side of Hamish, and the other characters, that weren't so obvious before. The season does go out on a high, but slightly weird, note regarding two of the characters' relationship as well as a shocking premonition coming true. This is a must have for all fans of the good folks in the wee village of Lochdubh."