23 February 1995
Glasgow, Scotland, UK
|Known for||Half Moon Investigations|
Rory Elrick (born 23 February 1995) is Scottish actor best known for starring as the title character Fletcher Moon in the BBC television series Half Moon Investigations based on the best-selling novel by Eoin Colfer. He also appeared in Wilbur Wants to Kill Himself, which was directed by Lone Scherfig and written by Lone Scherfig and Anders Thomas Jensen.
Personal life 
Rory attended Jordanhill School in Glasgow, Scotland. He has attended Scottish Youth Theatre since he was three years old, and this is where he auditioned for the part of Fletcher Moon in the BBC TV adaptation of Half Moon Investigations.
Public Speaking 
Rory is a keen public speaker, holding the trophy for both the 2010/11 Rotary Club of Glasgow School's Public Speaking competition and the 2010/11 Glasgow Speakers' Club School's Public Speaking competition. Following winning these competitions, Rory was invited to speak alongside Will Hutton (the English writer, weekly columnist and former editor-in-chief for The Observer) at the Scottish Council for Development and Industry's annual Forum at the Fairmont Hotel in St Andrews, Scotland in 2011.
Rory is now an active member of the Edinburgh University Debates Union, serving on their committee. In March 2013, his achievements were recognised on the Valles-McPherson-Elrick Memorial Cup.
Political Career 
Rory is very active in the political sphere. He is a youth representative of the Better Together campaign, and has recorded a campaign video. Rory is a registered member of the UK Independence Party and has been hailed by Nigel Farage as the "future of the party".
|2009||Half Moon Investigations||Fletcher Moon|
|2006||Suspect (game show)||Himself|
|2002||Wilbur Wants to Kill Himself||Angus|
- Rory Elrick at the Internet Movie Database
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