Jim Sweeney

Jim Sweeney

actor, producer

Jim Sweeney was born on Aug 08, 1956 in UK. Jim Sweeney's big-screen debut came with Idol of Evil directed by Kevin McDonagh in 2009, strarring Gordon Tessio.

Jim Sweeney is a Scottish actor. Over the years, Jim has starred in a variety of productions for both film and television. Starting with a small role in River City, he later went on to play Mick Turner in The Crews opposite actors such as David Hayman. In film he has appeared in The Angels Share and The Wee Man as well as a variety of short films. In 2013, he took part in a tribute video to Quentin Tarintino's Reservoir Dogs to make the 21st birthday of the film. The film recreated the opening scene of the original picture with Sweeney playing the role of Joe Cabot. The film was shot in Glasgow and was directed by Colin Ross Smith. Recently, Sweeney has starred in the starred in the Outlander television series and the short film The Groundsman, which was nominated for the 'Best Fiction' accolade at the 2014 British Academy Scotland New Talent Awards.

  • Birthday

    Aug 08, 1956
  • Place of Birth

    Scotland, UK

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