Ian Porter

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Ian Porter (born 1965, Newport Pagnell, UK) is an American actor now living in the UK. His family moved to Los Angeles when he was only 1 year old. He lived in Torrance, California until he graduated from Long Beach State University. He has been living and working in Britain since 1988. He has worked extensively on stage (West End, Regional and Europe), television, radio and voiced many computer games. Theatre includes: Standby for Boolie in Driving Miss Daisy (starring Vanessa Redgrave and James Earl Jones) at the Wyndhams Theatre; August - Osage County at the National Theatre: You Can’t Take It With You and The Archbishop’s Ceiling at Southwark Playhouse; Road to Nirvana at the King's Head; Voices From September 11 at the Old Vic; Danny Bouncing and The Glass Menagerie at Derby Playhouse; Sideman and Burning Blue in the West End; All My Sons at Bristol Old Vic and Crimes of the Heart at The Man in the Moon Theatre.
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