"You need to love the villain as much as the hero if you want to have a great story." Andrew Scott, born in Dublin, Ireland, began his acting career studying drama at Trinity College. He made his name at the age of 17 with a pivotal role in the acclaimed Irish film "Korea" (1995) and appeared on screen in "Saving Private Ryan" (1998), "Nora" (2000) and "My Life at the Movies" (2004). Scott made his mark on Broadway with David Hare's "The Vertical Hour," directed by Sam Mendes, which was followed by his acclaimed performance in "Cock" at The Royal Court in late 2009, for which he received accolades including an Olivier Award in 2010. Iit was his charismatic portrayal of the iconic villain Moriarty in the adaptation of "Sherlock" that catapulted him to international fame and earned him a BAFTA. His versatility as an actor was further showcased in the hit comedy series "Fleabag," where he played the enigmatic and endearing Hot Priest, winning the Critic's Choice Television Award and the

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