Greg Hemphill Biography, Age, Wife, Son, Brother, Ford Kiernan, Instagram


Greg Hemphill is a Scottish-Canadian actor, writer, comedian, and director. Along with his comedy partner, Ford Kiernan, he is best known in Scotland for his appearances in Still Game and Chewin’ the Fat. He was Rector of the University of Glasgow 2001–2004. he is best known in Scotland for his appearances in Still Game and Chewin’ the Fat. He was Rector of the University of Glasgow 2001–2004.

Greg Hemphill Age

Hemphill was born on December 14, 1969, in Springburn, Glasgow, Scotland, the UK as Gregory Edward Hemphill. He is 49 years old as of 2018.

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Hemphill was born in Glasgow, Scotland, the son of Edward, a chartered accountant, and Anne Hemphill (née Brophy) a teacher. The family left Scotland when Greg was twelve years old, and he spent much of his childhood in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, which has contributed to his distinctive accent, Scottish-Canadian. He returned to Scotland to study at the University of Glasgow, where he achieved an MA Honours Degree in theatre, film, and television. He is a Brother to Steve Hemphill.

Greg Hemphill Wife

He is married to actress Julie Wilson Nimmo, best known for playing Miss Hoolie in Balamory. The couple have two sons together

Greg Hemphill Son

Benny Hemphill.

Greg Hemphill And Ford Kiernan

Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan appeared in Still Game is a Scottish sitcom

Greg Hemphill Height

He stands at the height of 5ft 8 (172.7 cm) tall.

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Greg Hemphill Net Worth

Hemphill’s estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles is still under review.

Greg Hemphill Career

Hemphill is a Scottish-Canadian actor, writer, comedian, and director. Along with his comedy partner, Ford Kiernan, he is best known in Scotland for his appearances in Still Game and Chewin’ the Fat. He was Rector of the University of Glasgow 2001–2004. Hemphill was one of five candidates for the Rector of the University of Glasgow in 2001. He narrowly defeated Alasdair Gray for the post and was widely praised for taking an active interest in the role. His three-year term lasted until 2004.

Hemphill has appeared in several projects. In 1990, he performed at the Edinburgh Fringe with Rab Christie and Neil Warhurst as the “Trio Brothers Troup”, where they won the 1990 “So You Think You’re Funny” trophy. Did he continue his stage work, appearing in the 1992 God Plus Support performance and in the popular 1995 Only an Excuse? tour. He also ventured into radio as the original presenter of football show, Off the Ball on BBC Radio Scotland and Eddie Mair Live.

Hemphill and Kiernan scripted seven episodes between 1999 and 2000, for then-popular children’s television show Hububb. These were, Lullabubb, Top of the Bubbs, Conquer Leserest, Casual-Tea, Bubb Goes Boo, 2010: A Space Bubbsy and No Go Pogo. He guest-starred alongside Kiernan in one episode, which he also scripted with Kiernan, Casual-Tea. However, his best-known performances are alongside Ford Kiernan in the television sketch show Chewin’ the Fat and its spin-off, Still Game. In series three of Still Game, Hemphill’s brother Steve has a cameo as a CN Tower lift operative.

Following the success of Chewin’ The Fat, Kiernan, and Hemphill wrote Still Game. Still, Game was based on the original play that the pair wrote for the Edinburgh Festival in 1997. The Characters Jack Jarvis and Victor McDade had appeared throughout the four series of Chewin’ The Fat. Six series and four specials were broadcast between 2002 and 2007.

In 2014, Still Game returned, with a live show at The SSE Hydro, where Hemphill reunited with Ford Kiernan. The show was a sell-out and featured the whole original cast Paul Riley, Mark Cox, Jane McCarry, Sanjeev Kohli and Gavin Mitchell. The series returned to television screens on BBC One on October 2016. Kiernan and Hemphill announced another live show for SSE Hydro in 2017.

Hemphill appeared in the Scottish Gaelic-language drama, Eilbheas, in which Hemphill played the spirit of Elvis set in the Western Isles. It was first shown on the launch night of BBC Alba. He has also written Appointment with the Wicker Man with Donald McLeary for the National Theatre of Scotland, a stage production about a small community’s attempts to produce a musical version of The Wicker Man.

Hemphill has been involved in the Scottish wrestling scene, matched against actor, comedian and writer, Robert Florence. They played bitter rivals at “Kelvin Brawl” in the Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall on 21 June 2013. Comedian Frankie Boyle became part of this venture, unmasking himself at the end of the match. Hemphill guest-starred in an episode of the award-winning children’s television program Katie Morag in 2014, playing the part of Donald John Cameron.

Hemphill wrote the script for the horror/comedy film West Skerra Light. At a length of one hour, this was his first full-length drama as a film director. In 2017, alongside Hopscotch Films, Hemphill was involved in directing the black comedy ghost-hunting drama Long Night at Blackstone. It is due to be screened on BBC ONE Scotland on April 2.

Hemphill appeared in the Scottish Gaelic-language drama, Eilbheas, in which Hemphill played the spirit of Elvis set in the Western Isles. It was first shown on the launch night of BBC Alba. He has also written Appointment with the Wicker Man with Donald McLeary for the National Theatre of Scotland, a stage production about a small community’s attempts to produce a musical version of The Wicker Man.

Hemphill has been involved in the Scottish wrestling scene, matched against actor, comedian and writer, Robert Florence. They played bitter rivals at “Kelvin Brawl” in the Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall on 21 June 2013. Comedian Frankie Boyle became part of this venture, unmasking himself at the end of the match. Hemphill guest-starred in an episode of the award-winning children’s television program Katie Morag in 2014, playing the part of Donald John Cameron.

Greg Hemphill Still Game

Still Game is a Scottish sitcom, where he starred in playing the role of Victor McDade. Still Game started as a stage play featuring three characters: Jack Jarvis, Victor McDade, and Winston Ingram. Due to a broken lift, the three men are stranded in Victor’s flat and discuss a variety of subjects ranging from death to sex.

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