Ian Burns

Actor


Ian has lived in Copenhagen since 1990 and writes and performs his own material with Tom McEwan. He also produces new and classical English language plays such as Night in November, Waiting for Godot, Bouncers, No Man's Land and The Caretaker.

He is proud to have been nominated for a Reumert award in 1998 with Tom McEwan and "The Boys in the Band" for their production of Jurassic Pork. Before Ian came to Denmark he worked in repertory theatres in Manchester, Harrogate, Sheffield, Coventry and Scotland. He was also in the original musical productions of Lennon and Blood Brothers in London's West End. His TV credits include Coronation Street, Angels, and Liebe Mutter, an award winning film for Channel 4 and ZDF.

In October 2012 he was performing in Old Times by Harold Pinter – a collaboration between Why Not Theatre Company and That Theatre Company.

Ian founded That Theatre Company in 1997 with Julian Simpson.

Ian Burns

Actor

Appears In

Old Times