Ralph Riach

Ralph Riach

  • Born on
    • January 1st, 1936
Ralph Riach is a Scottish actor from Elgin, Moray. He is best known for his role as "John McIver" in BBC One Scotland's comedy/drama Hamish Macbeth. His career began at the age of 45, when he appeared in Lost Empires (1986). He has appeared in television shows including Chancer, Mosley, Taggart, Monarch of the Glen, Peak Practice, Doctor Finlay, and Tutti Frutti. Film appearances include The House of Mirth (2000), The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc (1999), Braveheart (1995) and Copying Beethoven (2006). He also portrayed John Laurie in the story of the making of Dad's Army. In 2014 Ralph played a quirky scene in Scottish Feature film "Time Teens: The Beginning" directed by Ryan Alexander Dewar Starred in Darkness in The Afternoon 1994

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Acting (13 Credits)

2018The Party's Just Beginning
2015We're Doomed! The Dad's Army Story as John Laurie
2014What We Did on Our Holiday as Jimmy CazzarottoWatch Free
2012Cloud Atlas as Ernie
2008Is Anybody There? as Clive
2007Death Defying Acts as Mr. Robertson
2006Copying Beethoven as Wenzel Schlemmer
2006Low Winter Sun as Mister Gillot
2000The House of Mirth as Lord Hubert Dacy
1998The Governess as Mr. Hewlett
1998Dangerous Beauty as Lorenzo Gritti
1995Braveheart as Priest No. 1
1990Crossing the Line as Laundry Manager

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