Stuart Graham

Place of birth:

Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK:


​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Stuart Graham (born January 9, 1942) was a British former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. He was the son of the 1949 500cc world champion, Leslie Graham. His best season was in 1967 when he won two Grand Prix races and finished the year in third place in both the 50cc and the 125cc world championships. Description above from the Wikipedia article  Stuart Graham, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Film Credits

The Interrogation of Tony Martin (2018)
as DS Newton
The Cured (2018)
as Cantor
The Foreigner (2017)
as Inspector Donal Greig
Bad Day for the Cut (2017)
as Trevor Ballantine
Awaydays (2016)
as Father
The Hallow (2015)
as Contractor Paul Williams
Peterman (2015)
as Pete
Volkswagen Joe (2013)
as Joe
Milo (2012)
as Brand Mulder
Shadow Dancer (2012)
as Ian Gilmour
Hideaways (2011)
as seržant
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011)
as Minister
Christopher and His Kind (2011)
as Passport Officer
Brendan Smyth: Betrayal of Trust (2011)
as Detective
The Whistleblower (2010)
as McVeigh
Parked (2010)
as George O'Regan
Make it New John (2010)
as Paddy
Hunger (2008)
as Ray Lohan
Small Engine Repair (2006)
as Burley
Omagh (2004)
as Victor Barker
Goldfish Memory (2003)
as Larry
Song for a Raggy Boy (2003)
as Brother Whelan
Sunday (2002)
as RUC Interrogator #2
Misery Harbour (1999)
as John Wakefield
One Man's Hero (1999)
as Corporal Kenneally
The Informant (1997)
as Det. Asley
Michael Collins (1996)
as Tom Cullen

Production Credits

Occasional, Strong (2002)
First Assistant Camera