Stephen McGann

Stephen McGann Brief Biography

Stephen McGann (born 2 February 1963 in Kensington, Liverpool, Merseyside ) is an English actor, one of a family of acting brothers including Joe, Paul, and Mark. He began his professional career in 1982, starring in the West End musical Yakety Yak. He has since worked extensively in British theatre and on screen.

In 1989, he starred as Mickey in the West End hit musical Blood Brothers. In 1990, he played Johann Strauss in the international mini-series, The Strauss Dynasty. In 1993, he created, co-produced and starred in the award-winning BBC drama The Hanging Gale. He portrayed the character of Sean Reynolds in Emmerdale from 1999 to 2002. In 2003, he starred with Jamie Theakston in the hit West End play 'Art'. In 2006, he played the role of the Reverend Shaw in the original West End cast of the musical Footloose. He can currently be seen playing Dr. Turner in BBC TV series Call the Midwife.

Stephen McGann News

• 'Call the Midwife' begins filming on Season 7
• 'Call the Midwife' renewed for three more seasons by BBC

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