Keith Warwick Musician
Keith Warwick is a Scottish actor and musician. He is best known for the role of Trent Clements in the Royal Television Society award-winning series My Parents Are Aliens. Keith was born in Govan, in the Southside of Glasgow. In his last year at Govan High School, Keith joined STG (Strathclyde University Theatre Group) performing in The Government Inspector by Gogol. As a musician he has toured Japan and Europe with The Kaisers and combined his love for acting and music when he formed The Scottish Sex Pistols, playing the part of Johnny Rotten. The band teamed up with John Lydon to promote the release of Kiss This. TV roles include two series as Cockney bad boy Nigel Jenkins in High Road, a Scottish situational drama; as Ben Capstone in The Bill and as Trent Clements in six series of My Parents Are Aliens. He recently played Donald Dee in Robin Hardy's follow up to Wicker Man, The Wicker Tree with Sir Christopher Lee, due for release in 2011. Keith has worked in Scottish theatre within a variety of genres including Shakespeare - as Feste in Twelfth Night; as Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream;
|Date of birth|
|May 17th, 1967|
1. Govan High School Educational Institution
Govan High School is a secondary school situated in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland. It opened on its current site in 1969 and in 2010 it celebrated its centenary, with Sir Alex Ferguson (former pupil) attending the event.
People attended Govan High School connected by profession and/or age
1. The Wicker Tree (2011)
|Runtime||Producers||Directors||Writers||Top cast||Awards||Budget||Movie on internet|
|8 Show list||$7.75M|
The Wicker Tree is a 2011 horror film written and directed by British filmmaker Robin Hardy. The film contains many direct parallels and allusions to the 1973 film The Wicker Man, which was also directed by Hardy. The Wicker Tree is neither a sequel nor a remake, but is intended as a companion piece which explores the same themes. It is the second part of The Wicker Man Trilogy. The film premiered at the Fantasia Festival in Montreal, Canada, July 2011 and was released on Blu-ray in the UK on April 30, 2012.
Starring TV roles
1. My Parents Are Aliens
|Character||Performance type||Networks||Seasons||From||To||Created by||First epizode air date||Last epizode air date||Num. of seassons||Regular cast||Languages|
|November 8th, 1999||December 22nd, 2006||8||English|