Iain Robertson is a BAFTA winning Scottish actor. He was once described by Barry Norman as "the best thing to come out of Scotland since whisky".
Star of the cult Glasgow gang film Small Faces, he is best known for his work in Grange Hill, 'The Debt Collector' alongside Billy Connolly, Sea of Souls with Bill Paterson and Dawn Steele, Steven Spielberg's Band of Brothers and more recently as Gash in the cult British comedy Rab C. Nesbitt.
Robertson's talent was described by Billy Connolly as 'Immense', having shared the same secondary school in Govan as Connolly, St Gerard's. Robertson described growing up in Govan; "growing up in Govan put fire in my belly, made me push harder and also appreciate the things that have come my way".