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Colin Kirton Colin Kirton is a Malaysian stage and television actor who trained in professional theatre at Rosebud School of the Arts and Rosebud Theatre in Canada. He is also known for his work in the Malaysian arts and entertainment arena as a director, trainer, musician, singer, host/emcee and voice actor. He was nominated for Best Vocal Performance (Solo) at the 2007 BOH Cameronian Arts Awards for his leading role in the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre’s (KLPac) 2006 production of Broken Bridges – The Musical [1][2][3] and won for Best Group Performance (Theatre) as part of the ensemble of Footstool Players' production of Crazy Little Thing Called Love, which he also created, produced and directed, at the 2009 BOH Cameronian Arts Awards. On television, Kirton is best known for playing Edmund Soo in Season 2 of Ghost (TV series) (2009), a supernatural mystery thriller series produced by Popiah Pictures, and a supporting role as Colonel Williams in Double Vision's period drama Age of Glory 2 (2010). In 2001, Kirton formed Footstool Players, a Christian theatre company whose touring productions are watched by thousands each year across Malaysia. Kirton is currently the company's artistic director.[4] Kirton also regularly teaches on issues pertaining to the arts and Christian spirituality.[5][6] Kirton is of Scottish and Chinese ancestry and was born in Kuantan. His father, Eric Kirton, came to Malaya during the Malayan Emergency and married his mother, Tan Cheng Kim, whom he met at a church camp. His great grandfather, William Waddell, built the renowned West Highland Railway and Glenfinnan Viaduct in Scotland, famously featured in the Harry Potter movies.[7] References ^ Malay Mail, 12 August 2006: Performing Arts: Tall, bald and smart: Retrieved on February 25, 2007 ^ Kakiseni, 24 August 2006, The scenic bridge of Ipoh Retrieved on March 12, 2007 ^ The Star, 28 August 2006, A slice of nostalgia Retrieved on March 12, 2007 ^ Who are Footstool Players? Retrieved on March 12, 2007 ^ NECF Research Commission, October 2006, Art for God’s sake Retrieved on March 12, 2007 ^ Lausanne Committee for World Evangelisation, 2005, Redeeming the arts: The restoration of the arts to God’s creational intention Retrieved on March 12, 2007 ^ 100% Malaysian, The Nut Graph, 22 October 2009 Retrieved on 30 November 2010 External links Footstool Players website Persondata Name Kirton, Colin Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Kuantan Date of death Place of death