|Full name:||Andrew Ewan Stewart|
|Birthdate:||August 26, 1957|
|Birthplace:||Glasgow, Scotland, U.K.|
|Marital status:||Clare Byam-Shaw|
Ewan Stewart (born August 26, 1957) is a Scottish film, television and stage actor.
Life and career[edit | edit source]
Stewart was born as Andrew Ewan Stewart in Glasgow, and is the son of the late Scottish entertainer Andy Stewart. Andy Stewart died on 11th October 1993, but Ewan's mother, Sheila, is still alive and lives in Arbroath, Scotland. Stewart was educated at Edinburgh's Clifton Hall School and Merchiston Castle School from 1966-1974. He left Scotland to move to London in 1975 and started working in theatres as well as studying drama.
Stewart's first television appearance was in an advertisement for Scottish "Bluebell" matches. His first major TV appearance was in 1979 in the TV remake of All Quiet on the Western Front, with Richard Thomas and Ernest Borgnine, in which he only had one line to say.
Stewart is perhaps best known for playing First Officer Murdoch in Titanic (1997) by James Cameron. In 2005, Stewart was one of many European actors considered for the vacant role of James Bond for the 007 series. In 2008, Stewart starred in the film Ecstasy based on The Undefeated from Irvine Welsh's best-selling novel Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical Romance. Stewart was the voice actor and motion caption actor for Shen in the video game Heavenly Sword.
Stewart is married and lives in London with his wife, English actress Clare Byam-Shaw, and his two children, Thomas and Eleanor.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
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- Ewan Stewart on Wikipedia
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