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Complete list of Elliot Cowan relationships, listed in chronological order.
Selected list of Elliot Cowan film and TV show credits.

Acting Credits


2015
Howl (2015)
Adrian

2015
Critical (TV Show)
Tom Farrow

2015
Spitball (Short Film)
Timothy

2015
The Frankenstein Chronicles
Bentley Warburton

2015
Serial Thriller: Angel of Decay
Detective

2014
Cilla
George Martin

2014
The Protagonist
Alexander Croxford

2014
Life in Squares
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2013
Da Vinci's Demons (2013) (TV Show)
Lorenzo Medici

2013
Hakan

2013
Ambassadors (2013) (TV Show)
Stephen Pembridge

2013
The Maltese Fighter
Opponent Boxer

2012
Sinbad (2012) (TV Show)
Gunnar

2012
Doors Open
Bruce Cameron

2012
Leyman's Curse
Hunter

2011
Marchlands (2011) (TV Show)
Mark Ashburn , Mark Ashburn

2011
Gee Gee (Short Film)
Gee Gee

2011
The Door (Short Film)
Edward Arlington

2011
Junk
Frank Grieves

2010
Max Schmeling (2010)
Alan Walken

2010
Luther (2010) (TV Show)
Tom Marwood

2008
Bookshop Assistant

2008
Lost in Austen (2008) (TV Show)

2008
The Fixer (TV Show)
Matthew Symmonds

2008
In Love with Barbara (TV Movie)
Sacchie McCorquodale

2007
James McDowell

2007
Commanding Officer

2007
Captain Worriss

2006
James Wildstone

2006
The Ruby in the Smoke (2006) (TV Movie)
Hendrick Van Eeden, Ah Ling

2006
The Interrogation of Leo and Lisa (Short Film)
Leonardo Da Vinci

2005
Egypt (2005) (TV Show)
Champollion

2004
Alexander (2004)
Ptolemy

2004
Dirty Filthy Love (2004) (TV Movie)
Gareth

2004
Agatha Christie's Marple (2004) (TV Show)
Wally Hudd

2003
Spine Chillers (TV Show)
Dean

2002
The Project (TV Movie)
Gavin

2002
Foyle's War (2002) (TV Show)
Peter Buckingham

2002
Ultimate Force (2002) (TV Show)
Cpl. Jem Poynton

2001
Judge John Deed (2001) (TV Show)
Glen Burroughs

1997
Jonathan Creek (1997) (TV Show)
Tom

1989
Agatha Christie's Poirot (1989) (TV Show)
David Hunter

1971
Masterpiece Classic (1971) (TV Show)
Hendrick Van Eeden, Ah Ling

Producer Credits


2014
Flutter
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2011
Junk
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Writer Credits


2014
Flutter
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Posted by claude lucbernet-sivewright
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4
yrs ago
just happen to see a repeat of a poirot last nite in wich elliot cowan was a real piece of work and goes to the gallows at the end but what an hansome chap he is and also a very good actor i believe his playing mr darcy love to see him comming out the waterthat would be quite something else has oppose to that colin what's his name

Posted by anecarline
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4
yrs ago
Have just seen Elliot on the stage in London as Lord Goring in An Ideal Husband. What an actor! i could have watched him alone forever. He stole the show. By the way I have watched Lost in Austen nearly 100 times and I do not recall him CRYING so I do not know what "crying scene" is being referred to by someone who has posted a comment

Posted by MariaMagdalena
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4
yrs ago
If he became James Bond then they finally got a James Bond that actually looks handsome :)... Just saying... Don`t think the other ones is hot at all! :|

Posted by MariaMagdalena
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4
yrs ago
I agree with you Mahshid :)... He is totally the best, hottest and talented actor to play Fitzwilliam Darcy!! :)

Posted by mahshid
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5
yrs ago
he`s really handsome,his character as mr.darcy is wonderful and really suits him...and just him!

Posted by Jill
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5
yrs ago
Just watched the most enthralling adaptation of Macbeth at the Globe. Very dramatic, sensitive, amsuing and Cowan was magnificent as Macbeth - truly talent and it has to be said hunky actor.

Posted by cjfielding
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5
yrs ago
Why does none of this credit his theatre performances? He was a stunning Leantio in the RSC`s `Women Beware Women` and is apparently equally striking in the Globe`s new `Macbeth`. Real actors don`t make their names only on film or TV.

Posted by Maria Domańska
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5
yrs ago
I have never seen such a talented actor !

Posted by Casey
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5
yrs ago
I am truely in love with you, that scene in Lost in Austen when you were crying about your love, It was amazing! I wish we could meet.

Posted by Krystyna
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5
yrs ago
I think the best your performence was the scene in London. Well done.

Posted by margaret
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6
yrs ago
I liked mr beigley. I thought his performce was the best. As i liked the rest of the performers. Jemma rooper done a fanastic job and no one could have done any better.

Posted by Loredana
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6
yrs ago
Well, I found out about him through Lost in Austen as Mr. Darcy, and of course fell in love with him. In my case I guess he is too young. Well, what are 10 years after all???

Posted by Kiah lanagan
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6
yrs ago
i love his expression change from `dark smolder` to `oh wait im actually a nice guy kind eyebrow change` haha you know what i mean? *sigh* shame he is too old for me.. unless he is into that? hahaha

Posted by caryn
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6
yrs ago
I think Elliot would make a fabulous James Bond xx

Posted by SusieQ
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6
yrs ago
Oops! Did I just call you Colin? If so, forgive me. It`s only because I had to look up Firth`s name to tell a good friend that YOU are the better Darcy! (What can I say? My brain doesn`t fire on all pistons like it once did.) Anyway... you are so much fun to watch in Lost in Austen . I`ll be requesting your other films from Netflix!

Posted by SusieQ
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6
yrs ago
Colin, you are truly divine as Darcy. And Lost in Austen is wonderful - one of the few shows that I enjoy watching multiple times. Thanks for the fine entertainment!

Posted by Rita Winter
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6
yrs ago
Will you all please cease to spell Jane Austen`s surname in the fashion of `Aust*i*n`! It`s a shame, that everyone here doesn`t seem to get it that the film is called Lost in Austen! And me being from Germany knowing it right... Sorry, I couldn`t possibly stand it any longer to see my favourite author`s name misspellt. I quite agree with you on the behalf of Elliot Cowan, though.

Posted by bleetie
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6
yrs ago
It`s rare to find a male actor whose emotions can be read so powerfully from a profile (side angle). That scene in Lost in Austin, where he`s braced for the truth from Amanda`s backstory, and realises he can`t marry her after all because she`s not a maid - he`s already upset, but you can see the very moment his heart breaks. Now THATS a character actor! Can`t wait to see him in other roles now!

Posted by breggetta
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6
yrs ago
I saw Elliot Cowan portray Champollion on a Egypt Documentary and found him to be absolutely divine. What a cutie. An amazing talent too. Come to America and show the U.S. what you got...

Posted by Emily Kearney
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6
yrs ago
Elliot Cowan you are now my favouritse actor after Lost in Austin, simply devine and the water scene is just breath taking not to mention the last kiss with Amanda Price. Totolly hooked, Elliot Fever!!!

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Elliot Cowan is an English actor, known for portraying Corporal Jem Poynton in Ultimate Force, Mr Darcy in Lost in Austen, and Ptolemy in the 2004 film Alexander. He currently stars as Lorenzo de' Medici in Da Vinci's Demons.

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Elliot A. Cowan
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Corporal Jem Poynton in Ultimate Force; Ptolemy in Alexander; David Hunter in Poirot: Taken at the flood
Year(s) Active
2000–present

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