|22nd May 2021|
|Online Event East Renfrewshire|
|£15 per household|
|Event organiser/part of Eastwood Park Theatre|
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The star of Two Doors Down and Only An Excuse?,with four decades of TV, film and theatre credits from Filth to Local Hero to Checkov to Rab C Nesbitt, and not forgetting Frank McAvennie chats about his life and career to Graham Spiers
After graduating from RSAMD, Watson joined Glasgow Citizens' T.A.G. Theatre, before working with Traverse, Borderline, 7:84, Royal Lyceum, Perth Rep, and Scottish Theatre Company.
Theatre work includes Rob Drummond's Quiz Show. John Byrne's adaptation of Chekhov's The Three Sisters, National Theatre of Scotland's Yer Granny, and Douglas Maxwell's The Whip Hand.
Television work includes Two Doors Down, Only An Excuse?, Bob Servant, Waterloo Road, New Tricks, Casualty, The Bill, Rab C Nesbitt, City Lights, Naked Video .
Film credits include - award-winning horror film Let Us Prey, Filth, Solid Geometry, Girl In The Picture, Local Hero.
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