Adrian Dunbar, an Irish actor and musician, was born on August 1, 1958, in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh. He has had a successful career in various roles in film, TV movies and film. He debuted in the TV movie After You've Gone in 1984, which was followed in the same year by another TV movie, The Hidden Curriculum and the series Play for Today. Dunbar's films include The General, Triggermen, How Harry Became a Tree and Widows' Peak. Among his many TV series include The Four Minute Mile, Ashes to Ashes, The Whistleblowers, Murder in Mind, Screen Two, Debut on Two, A Woman's Guide to Adultery, Death in Paradise and A Touch of Frost. He has also played some roles on BBC Radio productions such as Coriolanus and Baldi. Dunbar's versatile career also includes appearances in many theaters, playing in such productions as Exiles, Real Dreams, Pope's Wedding, King Lear and A Trinity of Two. He also has an active musical band. Dunbar was awarded an honorary Doctor of Letters by the University of Ulster in 2009 for his services to acting.