The acclaimed Scottish actor and star of Trainspotting and The Full Monty talked about his diverse career in film.
Multi award-winning actor Robert Carlyle has become known as one of the UK's most talented and versatile actors. With over 60 film and television credits, he has appeared on screens in a wide variety of roles - from the psychopaths in Cracker, Bond and Trainspotting to Sheffield’s most famous stripper in The Full Monty.
I phoned my agent up, in the first week of filming The Full Monty, and said "get me out of this"...
Carlyle recalled auditioning for 'master manipulator' Ken Loach on his break-through film Riff-Raff, talked about his approach to the roles of psycho Albie Kinsella in Cracker and Bond villain Renard, and divulged his theory on the secret life of Begbie in Trainspotting.