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Scott Kyle - Outlander - Kajaki - Singin' I'm No A Billy He's A Tim - The Angels' Share

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Scott is currently reprising his role as Rangers fan 'Billy' in NLP Theatre Company’s 20th Anniversary Tour of 'Singin’ I’m No A Billy, He’s A Tim' by Des Dillon. In 2010 Scott won the coveted 'Stage Award for acting excellence' for his portrayal of Rangers daft Billy at the Edinburgh International Festival. Kyle's first professional role was in 2006's PondLife, a film from director Sean Wilkie, which chronicled the life of student filmmakers on their last day of school.[4] While still in college, Kyle starred in writer Stephen Greenhorn's play Passing Places, which he both produced and took on tour throughout Scotland.He went on to feature as Romeo in director Laura Pasetti's production of Shakespeare's tragedy at the Charioteer Theatre, and in Sandwich (2009), a short film centering on a retired mobster and a current crime lord. The film was transitioned into an internet series on YouTube entitled The Crews (2011), which eventually screened on STV in Scotland.[9] In 2010, Kyle's had a starring role in Des Dillon's play Singin' I'm No A Billy He's A Tim, which focused on the rivalry between Old Firm (Rangers and Celtic) football fans.[10] The play, which was produced by Kyle's company NLP (No limit People), premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where Kyle received the 2010 Stage Awards Best Actor Award for his role, before touring throughout Scotland and Ireland. In addition to the play, Kyle ran anti-sectarian workshops based upon its message at schools and youth groups in and around Glasgow. Later that year he starred opposite Coronation Street's Charlie Lawson in NLP's stage production of author Des Dillon's comedic play Blue Hen. Director Ken Loach's 2012 comedy The Angel's Share, a film revolving around Glaswegians who discover whisky, saw Kyle feature as Clancy in his first film role. That same year, he starred in director Laura Passetti's play Fleeto, about a young man who joins a gang after his best friend is stabbed, and director Rachel O’Riordan’s Cold Turkey At Nana’s, which focuses on heroin addiction. He would return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2013 in the title role of the Finnish play Bad Boy Eddie. From there he would star in director Paul Katis' 2014 feature film Kajaki (aka Kilo Two Bravo), where he portrayed real life soldier Corporal Stu Pearson in the story of a small unit of British soldiers positioned near the Kajaki Dam in the Helmand Province of Afghanistan during Operation Herrick in 2006.That same years saw Kyle's first radio production, BBC Radio Scotland's 2014 psychological thriller The Dead of Fenwick Moor, where he portrayed Stevie Caffrey.2015 saw Kyle return to stage productions in Loranga, an adaptation of Barbaro Lindgren's book Loranga Masarun och Dartanjang.Transcript

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Scott is currently reprising his role as Rangers fan 'Billy' in NLP Theatre Company’s 20th Anniversary Tour of 'Singin’ I’m No A Billy, He’s A Tim' by Des Dillon. In 2010 Scott won the coveted 'Stage Award for acting excellence' for his portrayal of Rangers daft Billy at the Edinburgh International Festival. Kyle's first professional role was in 2006's PondLife, a film from director Sean Wilkie, which chronicled the life of student filmmakers on their last day of school.[4] While still in college, Kyle starred in writer Stephen Greenhorn's play Passing Places, which he both produced and took on tour throughout Scotland.He went on to feature as Romeo in director Laura Pasetti's production of Shakespeare's tragedy at the Charioteer Theatre, and in Sandwich (2009), a short film centering on a retired mobster and a current crime lord. The film was transitioned into an internet series on YouTube entitled The Crews (2011), which eventually screened on STV in Scotland.[9] In 2010, Kyle's had a starring role in Des Dillon's play Singin' I'm No A Billy He's A Tim, which focused on the rivalry between Old Firm (Rangers and Celtic) football fans.[10] The play, which was produced by Kyle's company NLP (No limit People), premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where Kyle received the 2010 Stage Awards Best Actor Award for his role, before touring throughout Scotland and Ireland. In addition to the play, Kyle ran anti-sectarian workshops based upon its message at schools and youth groups in and around Glasgow. Later that year he starred opposite Coronation Street's Charlie Lawson in NLP's stage production of author Des Dillon's comedic play Blue Hen. Director Ken Loach's 2012 comedy The Angel's Share, a film revolving around Glaswegians who discover whisky, saw Kyle feature as Clancy in his first film role. That same year, he starred in director Laura Passetti's play Fleeto, about a young man who joins a gang after his best friend is stabbed, and director Rachel O’Riordan’s Cold Turkey At Nana’s, which focuses on heroin addiction. He would return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2013 in the title role of the Finnish play Bad Boy Eddie. From there he would star in director Paul Katis' 2014 feature film Kajaki (aka Kilo Two Bravo), where he portrayed real life soldier Corporal Stu Pearson in the story of a small unit of British soldiers positioned near the Kajaki Dam in the Helmand Province of Afghanistan during Operation Herrick in 2006.That same years saw Kyle's first radio production, BBC Radio Scotland's 2014 psychological thriller The Dead of Fenwick Moor, where he portrayed Stevie Caffrey.2015 saw Kyle return to stage productions in Loranga, an adaptation of Barbaro Lindgren's book Loranga Masarun och Dartanjang.Transcript

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