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Anthony "Tony" Curran (born 13 December 1969, Glasgow, Scotland) is a Scottish actor.
He has appeared in Underworld: Evolution, Doctor Who, Roots, and the Netflix historical epic Outlaw King.

He is an alumnus of Holyrood Secondary School and is a graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.

Curran appeared in the BBC television series This Life. Since then, he has appeared in a number of major film and television roles, including Rodney Skinner (The Invisible Man), an original character in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. To portray the Invisible Man, he donned a special suit that turned him into a walking bluescreen. (According to his commentary on the DVD, he looked like a "smurf on acid".) He also played vampire roles in Guillermo del Toro's Blade II as Priest and Underworld: Evolution as Markus. In 2006 he appeared in the unrated film Red Road.

Curran participates in marathons to raise money for charity. He is a frequent and popular participant in the annual Dressed to Kilt event in New York City, run by Friends of Scotland in celebration of Tartan Week. He is also a keen fan of Celtic F.C. Curran played the role of Datak Tarr on the Syfy series Defiance and in 2014, he costarred with Diana Vickers in the thriller film Awaiting. In 2016 Curran signed to play 'Callum' in the new E4/Netflix original series Crazyhead.

Curran portrayed Vincent van Gogh in the science fiction television series Doctor Who. The episode, written by Richard Curtis, was rated by Screen Rant as the best of Matt Smith's time as the Doctor. A scene where Curran plays van Gogh, taken into the future to see his work in a modern museum, has been described as one of the most emotional in the entire series. Curran also made a cameo appearance in the Doctor Who episode "The Pandorica Opens".

Curran played Sgt. Pete Twamley in the ITV series Ultimate Force, which was broadcast in over 100 countries.
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