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Ewan Mcgregor Born 34 years ago in Crieff, Scotland, Ewan does not need much time to appear in the focus of spotlight. He was acknowledged to be one of the most rapidly ascending stars in Hollywood. With his profound portrayal of a heroin addict in Trainspotting Ewan turns into an emblematic figure for new age cinema. His notable big screen presence is preceded by a considerable television experience. His credits from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama bring him a chance to fulfill his acting skills, taking part in a good deal of TV projects such as: Dennis Potter's musical comedy Lipstick on Your Collar (1993), historical adaptation Scarlet and Black, Tales From the Crypt (the Cold War episode) etc. After hitting the big screen, Ewan simply takes it by storm. Debuting with Bill Forsyth's episodic Being Human, he rapidly collects speed, making it to motion pictures such as the thriller Shallow Grave (1994), British parable Blue Juice, Peter Greenaway's The Pillow Book and the elegant historical comedy Emma (1996), Brassed Off (1996), Nightwatch, The Serpent's Kiss (1997), A Life Less Ordinary (1997). Among all this succession of movie roles stands out his portrayal in Danny Boyle's Trainspotting. For his noteworthy role Ewan successfully loses 30 pounds and shaves his head to reach a stunning drug addict aspect. His following notable appearance is his work for the Star Wars prequels that make him a worldwide favorite as young Obi-Wan Kenobi. Ewan's success on the big screen as an actor is accompanied by some production activity due to his production company, Natural Nylon, which he co-founds with fellow actors Jude Law and fellow-Trainspotter Jonny Lee Miller. Another notable role of his is Moulin Rouge's young poet who gets entangled in the sins of Paris at the end of 19th century and the voluptuous appearance in David Mackenzie's erotic drama Young Adam. McGregor's latest projects are the computer-animated family film Robots that he lends his voice to and sci-fi thriller The Island.

 
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Nature activist Ewan McGregor happened to encounter a wild polar bear that he found more thrilling than any of the movies ha has taken part in. It must have been pretty a big thrill given Ewan stars in the episodes of the most epochal special-effect movie trilogy: Star Wars. In his words, the meeting with the wild beast was powerful and complex, bordering on melancholy. July 25, 2005

Ewan McGregor has been selected to star in the latest project of Peter Capaldi dubbed "The Great Pretender". The movie will be supported financially by Relativity Media with an $18 million budget. According to the project, Ewan will portray four different characters that would be a great challenge to his acting abilities. Filming is expected to begin in early 2006 in London. McGregor will soon be seen in the drama "Stay," in the stellar company of Naomi Watts and Ryan Gosling. September 9th, 2005

There were his toprank stars, Scarlett Johansson and Ewan McGregor, and co- stars Djimon Hounsou and Sean Bean
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