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Sean Biggerstaff (born 15 March 1983) is a Scottish actor best known for playing Oliver Wood, the Gryffindor Quidditch team captain and keeper, who coaches Harry, in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.


Biggerstaff was born in Glasgow, Scotland growing up with his parents in Maryhill. He went to Parkview Primary School in Summerston and joined the local drama group, the Maryhill Youth Theatre, when he was just seven years old.

In 1996, at age 13, Biggerstaff landed his first major role, playing Darren in The Crow Road. However, it was in 1997, at the age of 14, when he got his break. Alan Rickman had watched Biggerstaff perform in a production of Macbeth (Biggerstaff's professional stage debut). Rickman was so impressed; he cast Biggerstaff in his new movie, The Winter Guest as Tom, a mischievous schoolboy. Soon afterward, Rickman recommended Sean to the London acting agency International Creative Management and Mr. Paul Lyon-Maris. Within a week, the Harry Potter castings were being distributed. During auditions, the directors suggested that he look at the part of Oliver Wood, Biggerstaff looked at the script and agreed.
Biggerstaff played the role in the first two films, but his character wasn't written into Prisoner of Azkaban or subsequent films, despite fan petitions for his reinstatement.
Since then, Biggerstaff's career has included playing Henry, Duke of Gloucester in the 2004 TV mini-series Charles II: The Power & the Passion; Matt in the world premiere of The Girl With Red Hair (a play by Sharman MacDonald who also wrote The Winter Guest); and Ben Willis in the short film Cashback. Based on the success of Cashback, Biggerstaff recorded extra scenes, and the piece was adapted into a feature released in 2006.
In 2007, Biggerstaff played Jeremy Wolfenden in the BBC4 TV movie Consenting Adults which was nominated for BAFTA Scotland's Best Drama Award on 18 November 2007, and won him the BAFTA Scotland's Award for Best Actor – Television.
He appears in the forthcoming film Hippie Hippie Shake.
He will also be reprising the role of Oliver Wood for Part 2 of Deathly Hallows.


1996 - The Crow Road (serie. BBC.- Joven Darren)
1997 - The Winter Guest (Largometraje.- Tom)

2001 - Harry Potter y la piedra filosofal (Largometraje.- Oliver Wood)

2002 - Harry Potter y la cámara secreta (Largometraje.- Oliver Wood)

2003 - Charles II: The Power & the Passion' (Serie TV.- Henry, Duque de Gloucester)

2004 - Cashback (Corto.- Ben Willis)

2006 - Cashback (Largometraje.- Ben Willis)

2007 - Consenting Adults (Serie TV.- Jeremy Wolfenden)

2008 - Marple: Why Didn't They Ask Evans? (Serie TV.- Bobby Attfield-(Post-producción)

2008 - Hippie Hippie Shake (Largometraje)-(Post-producción)

2009 X on a Map Paul Short (13 minutes)
2009 Garrow's Law" (post-production Tom) (1 episode, 2009)

Year Group Award Result Film
2007 BAFTA Scotland Best Actor - Television- Won- Consenting Adults



Ben Willis, student, suffer from insomnia as a result of the abandonment of his girlfriend, Suzy. For the vigil do more bearable, began to work in the neighborhood supermarket night shift. Here he met people of the multi-coloured which has developed its own way to deal with the boredom of an eight-hour shift. Ben imagines himself stopping time; thus, it is able to appreciate the beauty of a world frozen with people inside, especially with Sharon, the quiet Pocket that may save the secret to resolve their problem of insomnia.
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In the land of women

Written and directed by Jonathan Kasdan.

Country: USA.

Year: 2007.

Duration: 98 min.

Genre: Romantic Drama.

Cast: Adam Brody (Carter Webb), Meg Ryan (Sarah Hardwicke), Kristen Stewart (Lucy Hardwicke), Olympia Dukakis (Phyllis), Makenzie Vega (Paige Hardwicke), Dustin Milligan (Eric Watts), Clark Gregg (Nelson Hardwicke) Elena Anaya (Sofia Buñuel), JoBeth Williams (Agnes Webb), Ginnifer Goodwin (Janey).

Producer: Steve Golin and David Kanter.

Music: Stephen Trask.

Photography: Paul Cameron.

Editor: Carol Littleton.

Production designer, Sandy Cochrane.

Clothing: Trish Keating.

U.S. release: April 20, 2007.

Release in Spain: June 1, 2007.

The aspiring writer Carter Webb (Adam Brody) has just been abandoned by the love of her life, Sofia (Elena Anaya). Broken hearted and depressed, Carter escapes Los Angeles to suburban Michigan, where he cares for his ailing grandmother while working on the book he wanted to write forever. Shortly after his arrival, Carter stumbles into the family that lives across from him in the street: Sarah Hardwicke (Meg Ryan) and daughters Paige (Makenzie Vega) and Lucy (Kristen Stewart). The relationship with these women will help you discover that what felt like the end is only the beginning of something else ...