Alexander Morton

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This article is about Alexander Morton, the actor. For the footballer Alexander Morten, see Alexander Morten
Alexander "Sandy" Morton (born 24 March 1945 in Glasgow) is a Scottish actor.

Acting career

Morton trained in London at the Central School of Speech and Drama from 1965–68 and is well known for his roles in several leading drama series, such as Taggart, Second Sight, Between the Lines, Minder, and Casualty, movies such as Croupier and London to Brighton and single dramas The One That Got Away (1996), Looking After Jo Jo (1998), and The Man-Eating Wolves of Gysinge (2005).

He is best known for playing the gamekeeper Golly Mackenzie in the BBC TV series Monarch of the Glen (2000–2005), and before that made regular appearances over the 1980s and 1990s as the evil Andy Semple in Scottish soap Take the High Road.

Highlights of his stage career include his critically acclaimed Scots rendition of Shakespeare's Macbeth and R.P. McMurphy in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, both directed by Robert Carlyle, who was a founder member, with Morton, of Raindog Theatre Company. Alexander also worked regularly with theatre companies 7:84 and Borderline, and has appeared at the Traverse, the Lyceum, the Bush, the Royal Court, in repertory all over the UK as well as regular appearances in pantomime, notably at the King's Theatre in Glasgow.

Morton's radio work is highly regarded; In 2006 he played the Prince of Darkness in the BBC radio adaptation of Dracula (Voyage of...
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