Lorne MacFadyen joined the rest of the cast of Pistol at the global premiere of the Sex Pistols drama in London's Leicester Square on Monday night. The star studded event saw the cast parading edgy looks and punk glamour on a neon pink carpet before the screening of the first two episodes of the series.
Pistol is released next Tuesday, 31st May, on Disney+ and features a cool young cast, directed by Danny Boyle. The 6-part drama series is based on the memoirs of Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones. Lorne MacFadyen plays film maker Julien Temple, who is known for his 1970s film which documented the band's rise to fame and the 1970s rock and roll revolution that ensued.
Other cast members in attendance included Anson Boon who plays Johnny Rotten, Louis Partridge who plays Sid Viscious, Maisie Williams who plays model and actress Pamela Rooke and Jude Law's daughter Iris Law who plays Soo Catwoman. Danny Boyle was also there, alongside the aforementiond Sex Pistols band member Steve Jones and rock legend Chrissie Hynde.
Lorne MacFadyen is best known for his starring roles in hit BBC drama Vigil and ITV's Tina and Bobby. He is available for voiceovers from Anthea Represents. Click his image for his profile page and voiceover showreel.