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Born and raised a steelworker's son in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, actor Steven Waddington enjoyed a long, if somewhat unsung career. After portraying the title lead in "Edward II" (1991), an adaptation of Christopher Marlowe's play about Britain's only acknowledged gay monarch - a conflict which eventually led to civil war - Waddington came to prominence with "The Last of the Mohicans" (1992). In Michael Mann's historical adventure, Waddington played the persistent, but ultimately spurned suitor of the daughter (Madeline Stowe) of an English officer (Maurice Roeves) rescued in the woods by the adopted son of the Mohican, Chingachgook (Daniel Day-Lewis). He continued his period pieces trend with the dismal "1492: The Conquest of Paradise" (1992), before returning to a contemporary setting in "Don't Get Me Started" (1993), playing the old friend of a former mob hit man (Trevor Eve) who is threatening to expose his criminal past on national television.

Born and raised a steelworker's son in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, actor Steven Waddington enjoyed a long, if somewhat unsung career. After portraying the title lead in "Edward II" (1991), an adaptation of Christopher Marlowe's play about Britain's only acknowledged gay monarch - a conflict which eventually led to civil war - Waddington came to prominence with "The Last of the Mohicans" (1992). In Michael Mann's historical adventure, Waddington played the persistent, but ultimately spurned suitor of the daughter (Madeline Stowe) of an English officer (Maurice Roeves) rescued in the woods by the adopted son of the Mohican, Chingachgook (Daniel Day-Lewis). He continued his period pieces trend with the dismal "1492: The Conquest of Paradise" (1992), before returning to a contemporary setting in "Don't Get Me Started" (1993), playing the old friend of a former mob hit man (Trevor Eve) who is threatening to expose his criminal past on national television.

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 Jabberwock (2011)
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 Largo Winch (2008)
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 Hole, The (2001) Dcs Tom Howard
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 Parole Officer, The (2001) Jeff
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