Please share your inquiries for Ian McShane.

Please share your inquiries for Ian McShane.

Now is an opportune moment to contemplate the career of Ian McShane with a new movie in the works. He honed his skills at Rada alongside Anthony Hopkins and John Hurt, even residing with the latter. Both McShane and Hurt made their big screen debuts in the 1962 British romantic drama The Wild and the Willing.

Some notable moments in his acting career include playing a drug dealer attracted to both genders alongside Richard Burton in the iconic 1971 crime movie Villain, portraying the criminal mastermind Teddy Bass in the 2000 film Sexy Beast with Ray Winstone and Ben Kingsley, voicing Captain Hook in 2007’s Shrek the Third, portraying Blackbeard in 2011’s Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, and starring alongside Keanu Reeves in all four John Wick movies.

Television has also been kind to this individual, as evidenced by their successful role in the classic series Lovejoy and their Golden Globe win for best actor in Deadwood. They have also appeared in various other shows such as Babylon 5, Game of Thrones, and Dallas. In addition to their acting career, they were featured on Grace Jones’s album Slave to the Rhythm and have a unique claim to fame as the narrator for the British Open golf championship on ESPN since 2010. Furthermore, their rendition of Every Breath You Take from a solo covers album released in 1992 reached No. 40 on the charts.

The most recent movie featuring McShane, titled “American Star,” portrays him as a hitman who travels to the Canary Islands for his last job, only to find that his target is missing. While this may seem like the perfect opportunity for a free vacation, McShane had other plans. Perhaps it would be worth asking him about his reasoning behind this.

Please submit your questions before 6pm GMT on Wednesday, February 21st. We will select the top questions to ask the expert. As Lovejoy says, let’s not bring mistrust and suspicion into this.