Andrew Buchan plays Franklin Clarke

Andrew Buchan is Franklin Clarke. Franklin is caring, handsome and possesses a smile to melt your heart. He loves to gamble, whether it be with money or with the hearts of women. He is the brother of Sir Carmichael Clarke.

Andrew Buchan is a stage, television and film actor best known for his role as Mark Latimer in the multi-award winning drama Broadchurch. Most recently, Andrew starred opposite Michelle Williams and Christopher Plummer in Ridley Scott’s feature film All The Money In The World. Other film credits include The Mercy, Still Life, Having You and Nowhere Boy. Andrew also produced and starred in the short film 1946, based on the life of Hollywood actor Jimmy Steward, which won the Award of Distinction at the 2014 Williamsburg Independent Film Festival. Also in 2014, Andrew starred alongside Maggie Gyllenhall in Hugo Blick’s political thriller The Honorable Woman for BBC Two in the UK and Sundance channel in the USA. Other television credits include The Sinking of Laconia, Party Animals, The Fixer and Garrow’s Law. On stage, Andrew has appeared as Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet at the Royal Exchange Theatre and in 2008 starred in Arthur Miller’s The Man Who Had All The Luck at the Donmar earning him the Manchester Evening News Theatre Award for Best Actor in a Touring Production. Andrew has since returned to the Donmar in the role of Bolingbroke in Shakespeare’s Richard II.

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