Getting to know Sean - These questions were gathered with the help of Julie from the Sean Biggerstaff Yahoo Club.

1. Q.  What are your plans for the future after the Harry Potter films?
A.  Hopefully continue to play roles of the standard that I've been lucky  enough to get thus far. I need to get back on stage soon as I've not been near one for over a year and a half. I`m afraid I might lose the knack. I don't have an ideal plan of action for the future. There are all sorts of opportunities to be had in the field of acting and there are lots of people I'd love to work with but I'd keep you here all day if I even started to list them.
2 Q.  Do you have plans on going to North America soon?
A.  Maybe. I'll keep you posted.
3. Q.  What was it like to work with the Harry Potter cast?
A.  Superb. I've been misquoted on this one in the Sunday Mail to sound cocky as hell. I'm not Intimidated by more experienced people but that doesn't mean I don't appreciate how rare it is to be in my sort of position at all, never mind at this age. The best thing about this site is that if I don't say
it, it doesn't go up.
4. Q.  Are you going to be in the 3rd Harry Potter movie?
A.  Hopefully, but I don't have a contract at the moment. Oliver gets more interesting again in the third and I'd like to develop him that bit further.
5. Q.  Are you in any films soon to be released?
A.  No.
6. Q.  Have you always wanted to be an actor?
A.  Yes, ever since I was found in a basket under the bar in the citizens theatre.
7. Q.  If you had to give up acting what would you do, besides being in a band?
A.  I`d like to be a sound engineer but that might require qualifications or something.
8. Q.  What is your favourite play/musical?
A.  Not sure about play, possibly MacBeth but only in the right mood.  As for musicals, I don't like many of them but I love West Side Story.
9. Q.  What is the weirdest thing a fan has done to you?
A.  Pestered my grannie to try and contact me. There have been a few. It hasn't got any worse than that.
10. Q.  What is your favourite movie?
A.  Ghostbusters. Yes, really.
11. Q.  What is your favourite book?
A.  The Hitch Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy. I'm still in mourning for Douglas Adams.
12. Q.  Are you single?
A. Well, in that there's only one of me. Yes.
13. Q.  Do you take your cycling seriously?  Have you been injured?
A. I have done at different times. I was first under 14 at the Scottish Road Race Championship in 1995. I haven't ever had a crash, never seen the attraction. Some people do it all the time.
14. Q. What's with the badgers?
A.  What, I've got to have a reason for everything?
15. Q. What was your favourite subject in school?
A.  Lunchtime
16. Q.  Who is your mentor as an actor?
A.  I'm lucky enough to have worked with and become friends with Alan Rickman. There's no end to what can be learned from seeing him at work. It can be quite worrying though, sometimes I think he knows more about acting than I'll ever learn. He's a genius and a top bloke to boot.
17. Q.  Where is your favourite place to travel?
A.  Canada buddy!  What's all this aboot?  (The webmasters are from Canada and Sean thought this was a trick question. For the record we say about not aboot)
18. Q.  What would your fans be surprised to know about you?
A.  I'm not bloody gay!  (Sean is not homophobic but is sick of false rumours stating he is gay)
19. Q.  What is your favourite food?
A.  Linguini carbonara.  As made by either me or Susan (my aunt).
20. Q.  If you could be any person, anywhere, past or present, who would you pick and why?
A.  Me, five years ago. You don't need to know why.