Ian Beattie

Ian Beattie

actor, director, writer

Ian Beattie was born on Mar 03, 1965 in UK. Ian Beattie's big-screen debut came with Kidnapped directed by Ivan Passer in 1995, strarring Ewan of Appin. Ian Beattie is known for The Spectacular directed by Willem Bosch, Hadewych Minis stars as Jeanine Maes and Aoibhinn McGinnity as Fiona Hughes. Ian Beattie has got 1 awards and 1 nominations so far. The most recent award Ian Beattie achieved is CinEuphoria Awards. The upcoming new movie Ian Beattie plays is Mandrake which will be released on Nov 10, 2022.

Ian Beattie is a Northern Irish actor best known for his roles as Antigonus in Oliver Stone's film Alexander, and as Ser Meryn Trant in the HBO series, Game of Thrones.For Beattie, acting has always been a part of his life, beginning at an early age when he toured Northern Ireland in a circus with his father. Beattie has appeared in a number of television and film projects over his career, with credits including The Tudors, Mo, Vikings, and Space Truckers.Announced in 2010, Beattie was confirmed in the role of Ser Meryn Trant, a member of the Kingsguard under King Joffrey. Initially only appearing as a guest in the first season, he soon reprised the role in the second, third, fourth and fifth seasons. Though being far different in person, Beattie's sadistic, brutal and all round vile portrayal of the character led to one of the most graphic, yet satisfying deaths on the show. It's safe to say that Ser Meryn Trant was one of the many characters we loved to hate.Alongside his filmography, Beattie has also appeared in the play Demented by Gary Mitchell at the Lyric Theatre in Belfast.Most recently, Ian Beattie has appeared in the latest season of Doctor Who alongside Peter Capaldi, Hayfield, US hit series Quantico, and the historical drama film Viking Destiny.

  • Birthday

    Mar 03, 1965
  • Place of Birth

    Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
  • Also known

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Known For


1 wins & 1 nominations

CinEuphoria Awards
Merit - Honorary Award
Winner - CinEuphoria

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