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Iain Stuart Robertson stars in "The Wicker Tree," a horror film written and directed by Robin Hardy and starring Brittania Nicol, Henry Garrett and Graham McTavish, as Peter McNeill.

During a thirty-year career Iain Stuart Robertson has performed in theaters the length and breadth of Great Britain, clocking up over a hundred productions in the process.

Some favorite roles include Gandalf in "The Hobbit" (UK tour), Mozart in "Amadeus," Oberon in "The Dream," Abel in the TMA Award-winning "Tom's
Iain Stuart Robertson
Iain Stuart Robertson
Midnight Garden" at the New Victory Theatre in New York, The Fool in "King Lear," Angus in "Neville's Island," Father Tom Joad in "Grapes of Wrath," Lucky Eric in "Bouncers," Antipholus of Ephesus in "Comedy of Errors," Sagamore in "The Millionairess," Dennis in "One for the Road," Fanny Babbs in "Charley's Aunt," Danny in "Night Must Fall," Eric in "A Slice of Saturday Night" and Candy in "Of Mice and Men."

Robertson's film work includes Hippolyte in "Love's Labours Lost," Dukes Man in "As You Like It" and Papageno's Gaoler in "The Magic Flute," all directed by Kenneth Branagh, Kent in "King Lear," directed by Brian Blessed, and Ross in "Macbeth." Robertson was also seen in "War Crimes," "It's Not You, It's Me," "The Blessed" and "Bel Ami" with Robert Pattinson and Uma Thurman.

TV work includes "William and Catherine – A Royal Romance" (Hallmark Channel), "Danni's House," "Doctors," "Crisis Control," "The Bill," "Bella and the Boys," "Casualty," "Taggart," ITV's "The Blind Date," "Wing and a Prayer," and "Chandler & Co." Favorite radio roles include Seyton in "Macbeth," directed by Sir Richard Eyre.

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