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All articles and interviews related to Trainspotting.

‘T2: Trainspotting’ Reunites the Lads for Another Round
February 2017
Choosing Life
"Begbie's a madman but, 20 years on, I've grown fond of him."
Robert Carlyle: 'I took out two teeth and suddenly Begbie came back to life'
Robert Carlyle on "T2 Trainspotting": "Wherever I go, people talk about Begbie"
April 18, 2016
Robert Carlyle refused to adopt English accent at RSAMD
April 11, 2016
Robert Carlyle reveals he was rejected from Kwik Fit advert before his big break
Scottish actor Robert Carlyle takes a turn behind the camera
The legend of Robert Carlyle
Irvine Welsh new story ‘He Ain’t Lager’ – Begbie’s back!
April 8, 2012
Robert Carlyle spins Once Upon a Time gold
September 28, 2010
A Chat with Robert Carlyle of “Stargate Universe”
June 5, 2010
Robert Carlyle: Family Man
October 25, 2009
MY $ 1 M MONTY; Robert Carlyle tells how he turned down a fortune to strip off for telly advert
August 19, 2009
Robert Carlyle: I've turned my back on cinema for new challenge in TV
July 1999
Good enough to eat
April 27, 2009
BEGBIE IS GAY SAYS CARLYLE; Trainspotting star 'closet homosexual'
He's made a name for himself playing troubled characters. It might not be glamorous, but it's the type of role he enjoys best
November 28, 2008
Begbie's gone soft! Why hard man actor Robert Carlyle loves yoga, chocolate and becoming a grumpy old man
September 2005
What about Bob?
To be and to pretend
Life Through A Lens
January 2002
Robert Carlyle (OBE, you know)
April 2001
Love in a cold climate
December 1999
The name is Carlyle... Bobby Dazzler
April 1999
Hit Man
December 1998
My bit of, Britain
May 1998
Robert Carlyle
March 1998
The Esquire Interview: Robert Carlyle
November 1997
The invisible man
August 18, 1997
A Man Who's True To His Convictions
February 1997
Tender is the nutter
February 1997
Actor Robert Carlyle: Trainspotting's psycho chills out
January 131, 1997
Hard man, soft man - But what's Robert Carlyle really like?
November 1996
It's not a peak moment in the life of Robert Carlyle. He's stuck in Plockton, a village in the far north of Scotland. It's late, it's pouring.
August 1996
We know from Trainspotting and Cracker that Robert Carlyle can make psychos seem of roles. We also know that something strange lurks behind his mischievous glint and frigteningly real, and from Hamish Macbeth that he can throw a curve into the lightest skewed smile - but we're not sure we want to find out what is...
March 30 - April 5, 1996
Everybody's Local Hero
From bampot Begbie to nice copper Hamish Macbeth...has Robert Carlyle gone soft? Iain S Bruce finds out
July 1995
The role of Hamish Macbeth has not cursed Robert Carlyle