Irish actor Andrew Scott was among the GQ cover stars honoured at the glitzy annual Men of the Year ceremony in London’s Royal Opera House. Scott will next be seen on cinema screens opposite fellow Irish actor Paul Mescal in ALL OF US STRANGERS, opening on Friday 26 January 2024. During the GQ ceremony, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who starred alongside Scott in the hit TV series FLEABAG, and Gatwa’s SEX EDUCATION co-star Jodie Turner-Smith were among those who gave a toast to the cover stars.
FLEABAG’s hot priest, Andrew Scott, is about to take on his most liberating role yet: a one-man show of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya in which he will play all nine roles, male and female. In the coming months, Scott will be everywhere: a trick of scheduling, rather than by design. VANYA will be followed in December by the release of ALL OF US STRANGERS, a film in which he stars with Paul Mescal and Claire Foy.
FLEABAG hot priest Andrew Scott is set to play every role in the new production of VANYA on the West End this Autumn. Scott’s name is most renowned for his appearances on Television, with starring roles in FLEABAG and SHERLOCK, as well as an appearance in Netflix’s BLACK MIRROR. Scott has also appeared in movies such as war thriller 1917, and SPECTRE, Daniel Craig’s fourth Bond film, where Scott appeared as a nemesis of the infamous British spy.
SHERLOCK alum Andrew Scott is among the latest stars to join Cameron Diaz and Jamie Foxx’s upcoming Netflix movie BACK IN ACTION. According to Deadline, Scott will be joining the project alongside his FLEABAG co-star Jamie Demetriou, who played Bus Rodent on the acclaimed comedy-drama series. Scott is best known for his role as Jim Moriarty in the BBC series SHERLOCK, for which he won a BAFTA. He also earned a Golden Globe nomination and won a Critics’ Choice Television Award for his role as The Priest on FLEABAG.