Jonny Coyne

Jonny Coyne

    Coyne's earliest performances were in school plays. He played leading roles in two outstanding productions: ‘The Judge’ in Oscar Wilde's 'Hang of the Gaol' and 'Phaeton' in Ovid's Chariot of the Sun. He won rave reviews for his performances in the national press and decided to pursue a career as an actor.He won a place at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and upon his graduation, he received the Hannam Clarke Award. His first role on TV was on an episode of London's Burning in 1990. His next big role was in a mini-series Gulliver's Travels starring Ted Danson. He appeared in many British TV series over the next few years including guest appearance on EastEnders, Pulling and The Bill. In 2003, he was cast in Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life. In 2010, he was cast in The Nutcracker in 3D. His biggest role was as Warden Edwin James on Alcatraz. He was later cast in Would You Rather and the British film, London Boulevard. In 2013, he was cast in two major films, in a supporting yet adequate role. He was cast as a henchman in Gangster Squad and as the right hand man of John Goodman's character in The Hangover Part III.


    Acting (19 Credits)

    2020Ma Rainey's Black Bottom as Sturdyvant
    2018Beirut as Bernard Teppler
    2018Monster as Detective Karyl
    2018The Nun as Gregoro
    2016Message from the King as John
    2014Nightcrawler as Pawn Shop Owner
    2013The Hangover Part III as Hector
    2013Gangster Squad as Grimes
    2012Would You Rather as Bevans
    2012Alcatraz as Edwin James
    2010The Nutcracker: The Untold Story as Gnomad
    2010London Boulevard as Heavy One
    2008Sharpe's Peril as Croop (as Jonathan Coyne)
    2007Night Junkies as Maxi (as Jonathan Coyne)
    2007Irina Palm as Dave
    2006Dark Corners as Priest 2
    2003Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life as Gus Petraki
    1996Secrets & Lies as Fiance
    1996Gulliver's Travels (1996) as Yahoo


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