Rory McCann

Rory McCann


Rory McCann was born on Apr 24, 1969 in UK. Rory McCann's big-screen debut came with Ratcatcher directed by Lynne Ramsay in 1999, strarring Gordon (uncredited). Rory McCann is known for The Legend of Vox Machina directed by Sung Jin Ahn, Laura Bailey stars as Vex'ahlia and Taliesin Jaffe as Percy. Rory McCann has got 3 awards and 7 nominations so far. The most recent award Rory McCann achieved is CinEuphoria Awards. The upcoming new tvshow Rory McCann plays is Transformers: Earthspark - Season 1 which will be released on Nov 11, 2022.

Six foot six inches tall, with brown eyes and dark hair, Rory McCann from Glasgow began his working life at the top - as a painter on the Forth Bridge in Scotland. He came to notice in a television commercial for Scotts' Porridge Oats, in which he appeared as a scantily-clad hunk in a vest and kilt and little else wandering snowbound streets but warmed by the inner glow of the porridge. He claims that as a consequence he was often approached by people demanding that he "lift his kilt." In 2002 he was seen in the TV comedy-drama 'The Book Group' playing a wheelchair-bound lifeguard, a part for which he won a Scottish BAFTA award for the best television performance of 2002. Since then he has taken television roles as Peter the Great and a priest in 'Shameless'. He made his Hollywood debut in Oliver Stone's 'Alexander'. He divides his time between homes in London and Glencoe, Scotland, where he aims to have his own castle. He is an accomplished singer, pianist and harmonica-player as well as an all-round sportsman. Since 2012 he has been part of the international television block-buster 'Game of Thrones'.

  • Birthday

    Apr 24, 1969
  • Place of Birth

    Glasgow, Scotland, UK
  • Also known

    Рори МакКанн

Known For


3 wins & 7 nominations

CinEuphoria Awards
Merit - Honorary Award
Winner - CinEuphoria
IGN Summer Movie Awards
Best TV Ensemble
Winner - IGN People's Choice Award
Best TV Ensemble
Winner - IGN People's Choice Award
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Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows