Julian Rhind-Tutt

Biography: Julian Rhind-Tutt was born July 20, 1968; his father was a Master builder and his mom was in charge of the household. Julian is the youngest of 5 children and has 10 years difference with his sibling closest to him in age. The house of the Rhind-Tutt's family where Julian grew up was near Heathrow airport. Julian went to school at the John Lyon School in Harrow and this is where he first performed in a play. Julian professional work in the theater includes: Landscape with Weapon (2007), Much Ado about Nothing (2005) Julian does a lot of audio work including audio books and radio programs. His radio programs include: Faust (Radio 4, February 2008), Number 13 (Radio 4, December 2007), Fame and Fortune (Radio 4, November 2007) to name only a few. Julian first movie role was the Duke of York in the movie The Madness of King George (1994), a character he had also played in the stage version (1991-1993). Some fame has come to Julian after he portrayed Dr. "Mac" Macartney on twoJulian Rhind-Tutt was born July 20, 1968; his father was a Master builder and his mom was in charge of the household. Julian is the youngest of 5 children and has 10 years difference with his sibling closest to him in age. The house of the Rhind-Tutt's family where Julian grew up was near Heathrow airport. Julian went to school at the John Lyon School in Harrow and this is where he first performed in a play. Julian professional work in the theater includes: Landscape with Weapon (2007), Much Ado about Nothing (2005) Julian does a lot of audio work including audio books and radio programs. His radio programs include: Faust (Radio 4, February 2008), Number 13 (Radio 4, December 2007), Fame and Fortune (Radio 4, November 2007) to name only a few. Julian first movie role was the Duke of York in the movie The Madness of King George (1994), a character he had also played in the stage version (1991-1993). Some fame has come to Julian after he portrayed Dr. "Mac" Macartney on two series of the television show Green Wing. Expand

Julian Rhind-Tutt's Scores

Average career score: 81
Highest Metascore: 81 The Hour (UK): Season 1
Lowest Metascore: 81 The Hour (UK): Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 1
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 1
  3. Negative: 0 out of 1
1 tv review
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
81 The Hour (UK): Season 1 Jul 19, 2011 Angus McCain 7.8
tbd The Rotters' Club: Season 1 Jan 26, 2005 Nigel Plumb tbd
tbd Keen Eddie: Season 1 Jun 3, 2003 Monty Pippin 7.0