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For other people named Ian Hart, see Ian Hart (disambiguation). Ian Hart Born Ian Davies 8 October 1964 (1964-10-08) (age 46) Liverpool, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom Occupation Actor Years active 1982 – present Ian Hart (born Ian Davies; 8 October 1964) is an English stage, television and film actor. Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 Filmography 4.1 Film 4.2 TV 5 References 6 External links Early life Hart, the grandson of Irish immigrants,[1] was one of three siblings brought up in a Roman Catholic family.[2] He attended the Cardinal Allen Grammar School (now the Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School) and was, in his teens, a member of the Everyman Youth Theatre before studying drama at the now-defunct Mabel Fletcher College of Music and Drama in Liverpool. Career From 1988 to 1991, Hart studied video production at South Mersey College (now part of Liverpool Community College). He portrayed a Republican militiaman in the Spanish Civil War in Land and Freedom (1995), an unemployed Liverpool shipyard worker in Liam (2000), and the malevolent Professor Quirrell in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (2001). Hart has played John Lennon twice — in The Hours and Times (1991) and in Backbeat (1994) — and has also played Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. On television, he played Doyle's creation Dr. Watson in two Sherlock Holmes television movies, shown on BBC One over the Christmas seasons in 2002 and 2004. He also played schizophrenic paparazzo Don Konkey in the FX series Dirt in 2007 and 2008. In 2009 he played Tom Ripley, in adaptations for BBC Radio Four, of all five of Patricia Highsmith's "Ripliad" series, and also the character of Jake in the BBC1 drama Moving On in May 2009. He is currently appearing alongside John Simm, Lucy Cohu and Kerry Fox in the Duke of York's Theatre production of Andrew Bovell's play Speaking In Tongues. After the performance on 23 November, Hart went into the audience and remonstrated with a man whom he had earlier told to "shut up" from the stage. Eye witnesses say that the actor assaulted the audience member.[3] Personal life Hart's wife is named Lynne. The couple has two daughters — Daisy (born 1997) and Holly (born 2001) — and live in Crouch End, North London. Filmography Film The Hours and Times (1991)... John Lennon Backbeat (1994)... John Lennon Clockwork Mice (1995)... Steve Nothing Personal (1995)... Ginger The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain (1995)... Johnny Shellshocked (Jones) Land and Freedom (1995)... David Carr Michael Collins (1996)... Joe O'Reilly Hollow Reed (1996)... Tom Dixon The Butcher Boy (1997)... Uncle Alo Monument Ave. (1998)... Mouse B. Monkey (1998) ... Steve Davis Wonderland (1999)... Dan The End of the Affair (1999)... Mr. Parkis This Year's Love (1999)... Liam Enemy of the State (1999)... Det. John Bingham The Closer You Get aka American Women (2000)... Kieran Best (2000)... Nobby Stiles Aberdeen (2000)... Clive Liam (2000)... Dad Strictly Sinatra (2001)... Tony Cocozza Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (2001)... Professor Quirrell and Lord Voldemort (voice and motion capture) Blind Flight (2003)... Brian Keenan Longitude (2003)... William Harrison Finding Neverland (2004)... Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Breakfast on Pluto (2005)... PC Wallis Ripley Under Ground (2005)... Bernard Sayles A Cock and Bull Story (2006)... Joe A Girl and a Gun (2007, Short)... Johnny Morris: A Life with Bells On (2009) ... Endeavour Within the Whirlwind (2009)... Beylin A Boy Called Dad (2010)... Joe TV "One Summer" [billed as Ian Davies] (1983)... Rabbit Loved Up (1995)... Tom The Hound of the Baskervilles (2002)... Dr. Watson Dad's Dead (2003)... Narrator Eroica (2003)... Ludwig van Beethoven Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking (2004)... Dr. Watson The Virgin Queen (2005)... William Cecil, Lord Burghley Dirt (2007–2008)... Don Konkey Father & Son (2009)... Tony Conroy "((five daughters)) (tv serial) (2010) stuart gull When Harvey Met Bob (2010)... Harvey Goldsmith References ^ Ian's Irish at Hart | Irish Voice | Find Articles at ^ The Friday Interview: Ian Hart | Interviews | Guardian Unlimited Film ^ "Harry Potter villain 'attacks' audience member for talking during West End play". Daily Mail. 2009-11-24. Retrieved 2009-11-24.  External links Ian Hart at the Internet Movie Database Persondata Name Hart, Ian Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1964-10-08 Place of birth Liverpool, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom Date of death Place of death