Lorne
MacFadyen

30s, Scottish, Edinburgh, Multiple
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Scottish actor Lorne is originally from the Isle of Skye and in 2021 starred in the highly rated BBC One drama series ‘Vigil’ from World Productions, alongside Suranne Jones.  The series told the story of a nuclear submarine under investigation when a man is murdered on board. 

He will appear on cinema screens in John Madden’s major new war drama ‘Operation Mincemeat’ (Seesaw Films) alongside Colin Firth.  He is also set to star as Julien Temple in the new TV series 'Pistol' based on the diaries of Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones and directed by Danny Boyle. 

He has appeared in a long list of acclaimed TV series including ‘Shetland’ (BBC) & ‘The Level’ (ITV) and ‘The Liberator’ (Netflix).  Lorne played a series regular in series 2 & 3 of ‘Grantchester’ and starred as football legend Bobby Moore in ITV’s ‘Tina & Bobby’.  Lorne’s film roles include Lenny Abrahamson’s ‘The Little Stranger’ and David Mackenzie’s ‘Outlaw King’ where he played the younger brother of 14th Century Scottish hero Robert the Bruce. 

Lorne voiced the beautiful Edinburgh ‘Hogmanay Poems’ for their online New Year’s celebration at the end of 2020, looking forward with hope to 2021. 

His native accent is Neutral Scottish, very similar to an East Coast or Edinburgh accent. He is also proficient with London & Neutral accents which you can find in his visuals as labelled below.

Age Range

30s

Credits

Operation Mincemeat (Film, 2022) – 'Sergeant Roger Dearborn', Netflix (American accent)
Pistol (TV, 2021) – 'Julien Temple', FX (RP accent), directed by Danny Boyle
Vigil (TV, 2021) – 'Matthew Doward', BBC One (Scottish accent)
The Liberator (TV, 2020) – 'Sergeant Walsh', Netflix
Outlaw/King (Film, 2018) – 'Neil Bruce', Netflix
The Little Stranger (Film, 2018) – 'Dr. Calder', Netflix
Tina and Bobby (TV, 2017) – 'Bobby Moore', ITV (London accent)
Grantchester (TV, 2016-2017) – 'Phil Wilkinson', ITV, Series 2-3
The Level (TV, 2016-2017) – 'Darryl Quinn', Acorn TV
Shetland (TV, 2014) – 'Angus Tulloch', BBC One/BBC Scotland, Series Two

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Showreel Videos

Visual Showreel
Poetry: Hogmanay 2021 P1 (Lorne from 1.44 secs)
Poetry: Hogmanay 2021 P3 (Lorne from 2.29 secs)
The Level (Neutral accent)
Tina & Bobby (London Accent)
West Skerra Light (Light Scottish Accent)
Foxy & Marina (Scottish Accent)