A veteran of stage and screen in the United Kingdom, Scottish thespian David Rintoul was perhaps best known by the timbre of his voice to an international audience, lending his voiceover talents to countless television and radio programs and audio books. He broke into the Hollywood scene later in his career, appearing in "My Week with Marilyn" (2011) and the Margaret Thatcher biopic "The Iron Lady" (2011). Shortly after, he made his American television debut playing one of the greatest patriarchs of history, Noah, in the hugely successful mini-series, "The Bible" (History 2013).
Rintoul was born in Aberdeen, Scotland on November 29, 1948. After studying at Edinburgh University, he... Continue Bio >>
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