Angus Barnett
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Angus Barnett

Angus Barnett
Born1963 (age 55–56)

Angus Barnett (born 1963) is an English actor known for his role of Mullroy in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series[1][2] and the British ITV series Dead Man Weds (2005).[3][4] He was born and brought up in Ruddington, Nottinghamshire and attended West Bridgford Comprehensive School. He trained as an actor at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.


In 1997 he was part of a hand-selected cast for the Japan-Thai Contemporary Theatre Joint Production of Red Demon in a joint production of the Japan Foundation and the Setagaya Public Theatre. The production was written and directed by Hideki Noda, and performed with a cast of 14 Thai actors and Barnett, carefully selected by Noda himself. It was first performed for three days at Theatre Tram at the end of 1997.[5]

Film and television

Barnett has appeared in many television and film productions over the years, most usually in 'character roles' rather than starring ones. This has led to his being cast by many high-profile directors, including Gore Verbinski, Martin Scorsese, Bryan Singer, George Miller and Marc Forster. The director Nigel Cole, cast Barnett in three separate films, Calendar Girls, Made in Dagenham and The Wedding Video.




  1. ^ Sign On San Diego, By Arthur Salm (9 July 2003), "Depp's swashing, buckling carries 'Pirates'", accessed 22 January 2009
  2. ^, by Cynthia Fuchs (9 December 2003), "Pirates of the Caribbean: the Curse of the Black Pearl", accessed 22 January 2009
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 28 September 2011. Retrieved .CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) Angus Barnett at Yahoo Movies UK, accessed 22 January 2009
  4. ^ [1] TV Guide, Angus Barnett, accessed 22 January 2009
  5. ^ Arts and Cultural Exchange Archived 25 May 2011 at the Wayback Machine, "RED DEMON (Aka-Oni)", accessed 01-23-2009

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