This auto-biography was written by Sean on February 8, 2002. He wanted to write a fictional bio of his life as he figured his wasn't too exciting.  After convincing him that some people might be interested, he came up with the following.

"The Life and Times of Mr. Sean Biggerstaff, Esq, MMus BME."

Born on the ides of March under a full moon in 1983 to a fireman and a community education worker, I initially suspected that I was the reincarnation of Julius Caesar. I soon realised that this couldn't be so as the idea of conquering Europe, or even living there, didn't appeal to me in the slightest. With the exception of a passing infatuation with the music of Michael Jackson, the 7 years immediately following my birth were fairly uneventful. Then I decided I wanted to act. So I did. 

I joined the local drama group in Maryhill which I attended for about 5 years. I got my first professional role as the son of MacDuff in Macbeth, directed by Michael Boyd at the Tron Theatre in Glasgow when I was 10. I then joined Scottish Youth Theatre and spent 6 years performing with them. I'm not ashamed. The shows were of a commendable standard and there really was very little nudity. It was at SYT that I was chosen for The Winter Guest. Alan Rickman (known to most of the kids as "the bad guy from Die Hard") popped along one day looking for two boys to accompany him to the coldest place on earth, Fife, for two months to make a film. Myself and the suspicious character that is Douglas Murphy were the lucky ones.

In 1999 I asked Alan if he knew anyone in London who may be interested in representing me and he put me in touch with Paul Lyon-Maris, his own agent at ICM. We met at his flat in Edinburgh and I apparently met his standards.  About a week later I successfully auditioned for Harry Potter. 

And the rest is history.

Full Name - Sean Biggerstaff (no middle name)

Date of Birth - March 15, 1983

Place of Birth - Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

Height - 5'9

(2005) Cashback  Feature Film  Sean plays the lead role of Ben again in the feature length movie of Cashback.  Release information to be updated at future date.  Official site

(2005) Girl With Red Hair  Sean played Matt in the Theatre production in Edinburgh and London, story written by Sharman Macdonald about the how effects of seventeen year old Roslyn's death are still being felt by three generations of a small Scottish village one year later. Strangers, family and friends are united as they use bickering, saying nothing, flirting and playacting to deal with their emotions in this humorous portrayal of relationships and the rediscovery of love.

(2004) Cashback  Short Film (18 Minutes) which was short listed for a British Academy Award (BAFTA) and directed by Sean Ellis.  Sean plays the lead role of Ben.  Release information to be updated at future date.

(2003) Charles II: The Power & The Passion  BBC 4 Part Drama Series in which Sean is Henry the brother of Charles.  Sean makes a brief appearance in the first part. 

(2003) Doctor Who's "Shada"  Sean plays Chris Parson's in BBC's Flash Animated Webcast of an old episode written by Douglas Adams for the 40th Anniversary of Doctor Who.

(2002)  "The Chamber of Secrets" Sean reprised his role as Oliver Wood, Quidditch Captain in the second film based on the Harry Potter.

(2001)  Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone  Sean wowed fans across the world with his portrayal of  Oliver Wood in 2001 film "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" based on best-selling books by J. K. Rowling.

(1997)  The Winter Guest  Sean's film debut as Tom in 1997 film The Winter Guest, the first film directed by Sean's co-star in Harry Potter,  Alan Rickman and starred Emma Thompson.