Gary Hollywood (born 2 September 1979) is a Scottish actor who is best known for his role as Dino Doyle in the BAFTA-winning show Mrs. Brown's Boys. Born and raised in Glasgow, where he attended St Robert Bellarmine Secondary School, Hollywood has worked extensively in television ever since his first appearance in Taggart in 1993 and starred in the STV soap opera Take the High Road between 1995 and 2002. Hollywood completed his first American film, playing the title role in Lawrence R. Hott's biopic about the Scots-born founder of Yosemite National Park, The Boyhood Of John Muir (1998). His film credits also include The Winter Guest, where he played alongside Oscar-winning actress Emma Thompson, directed by Alan Rickman, and The Flying Scotsman with Jonny Lee Miller and Brian Cox. He also played alongside Conor McCarron in the feature film Neds as PC Muir, directed by Peter Mullan. Hollywood most recently appears as Dino Doyle in the Mrs. Brown's Boys TV series.
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Mrs. Brown's Boys Dino
Full Name at Birth
Gary Michael Hollywood
Pollok, Glasgow, Scotland
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