Lorcan Cranitch Movies and Career Information

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Aug 28, 1959

Lorcan Cranitch (born 28 August 1959) is an Irish actor. Born in Dublin, Cranitch became involved in drama while a student, and moved to London where he entered RADA in 1980. His first major role on British television was as Tim Healy in the 1991 BBC drama series, Parnell and the Englishwoman. However, it was as the troubled DS Beck in Cracker that he became a familiar face to viewers. After he left the series following Beck's suicide, he returned to BBC in a part specially written for him, as Sean Dillon in Ballykissangel. In 2001, he starred in the short-lived drama series McCready and Daughter, taking on a role originally intended for his former Ballykissangel co-star, Tony Doyle, who died shortly before the series was due to be filmed. Cranitch has appeared in several other British television dramas, including Deacon Brodie (with Billy Connolly), Shackleton (with Kenneth Branagh) and Hornblower (with Ioan Gruffudd), and in the film, Dancing at Lughnasa. He has appeared on stage with the Glasgow Citizens' Theatre and with the Royal Shakespeare Company, notably as John Hall in The Herbal Bed, and has played George Bernard Shaw on BBC radio. In 1997 Lorcan turned down the role of

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