Alastair Neil Duncan
1958 (age 57–58)
Alastair Ducan, Alister Duncan, Alistair Duncan, Neil Duncan
Actor/Voice actor, real estate broker
Anna Gunn (1990-2009) (divorced) 2 children
Alastair Neil Duncan (born 1958) is a Scottish television, film and stage actor, and real estate broker. He is sometimes credited as [1 ] Neil Duncan.
Early life [ edit ]
Duncan was born in
Edinburgh, Scotland in 1958.
Duncan's breakout role was as side-kick DS Peter Livingstone to
Mark McManus's in Scottish television's eponymous detective series. Taggart
Leaving the show after the first two series, Duncan then appeared in the 1988 TV adaptation of
, starring The Hound of the Baskervilles Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes.
Duncan's next key role was in the 1992 science fiction film
, with Split Second Rutger Hauer. He continued with guest roles on TV series and he appeared in other films such as War Dogs, Trick of the Eye, Dazzle (1995) and . Tower of Terror
In the early 2000s, he started doing voiceover work, including films like
and video games like Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts , Warlords Battlecry , Legacy of Kain: Defiance , X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse , Tomb Raider: Legend , Tomb Raider: Anniversary , Final Fantasy XIV , Mass Effect , Infinity Blade II , Infinity Blade III , Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance , and the animated TV series Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor , as The Batman Alfred Pennyworth.
His most notable TV guest appearances include episodes of
, Tracey Takes On... , Buffy the Vampire Slayer , Charmed and Angel Leverage.
Duncan was one of 400 actors considered for the lead role in the international hit series
but lost out to Highlander: The Series Adrian Paul. He later guest-starred in the fifth season, in the episode " Dramatic License" as immortal Terence Coventry.
Personal life [ edit ]
Duncan and his ex-wife,
actress [1 ] Anna Gunn, have two daughters. [2 ]
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