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Gary Armstrong (born 30 September 1966 in Edinburgh) is a former Scottish rugby union player who played scrum-half. He played for Jed-Forest RFC, Newcastle Falcons, The Borders and represented Scotland and the British Lions. His nickname is the Border Terrier. In Jonny Wilkinson's book How to Play Rugby My Way Armstrong is given a similar nickname–"the scrap-yard dog"– because Wilkinson said that he had never met anyone as "tough as him".Richard Bath writes of him:"...despite his apparently painful shyness, Armstrong has proved throughout his career to be obsessively focussed once out on the pitch. A relatively small man, Armstrong tackles way over his weight and combines this with quick service to his backs and an uncanny ability to break around the fringes just as easily from the first-phase as from ruck or maul. Although Armstrong failed to shine on the victorious 1989 Lions tour of Australia, his gritty nature stood him in good stead when the chips were down in 1990, that famous year for Scotland... he perhaps more than any other player was the on-field catalyst for Scotland's 13-7 win in the Grand Slam decider against the Auld Enemy England at Murrayfield."↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Wikipedia

Quick Facts

Birth date: September 30, 1966
Birth place: Jedburgh, United Kingdom
Height:1.72 m
Profession:Camera Department, Actor
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11999 Recipient of Lifetime Achievement Award by Society of Operating Cameramen.
2According to the Screen Children's Directory, he was 11 years old in 1946. He spoke Spanish and Italian and played the piano, clarinet, trumpet and harmonica.


Camera Department

Camera Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Frasier1993-2004TV Series assistant camera - 263 episodes
Working1997-1999TV Series assistant camera - 39 episodes
Ned and Stacey1995-1997TV Series first assistant camera - 38 episodes
Coach1997TV Series assistant camera - 1 episode
Breakfast of Aliens1993assistant camera
Cheers1982-1993TV Series assistant camera - 270 episodes
Cliffhanger1993first assistant camera
Dear John1988-1992TV Series first assistant camera - 89 episodes
Valerie's Family: The Hogans1986-1991TV Series first assistant camera - 107 episodes
Duet1987-1989TV Series first assistant camera - 54 episodes
Operation Petticoat1977-1979TV Series first assistant camera - 33 episodes
Laverne & Shirley1976-1978TV Series assistant camera - 59 episodes
Cover Me Babe1970assistant camera
Land of the Giants1968-1970TV Series first assistant camera - 51 episodes
The Monkees1966-1967TV Series assistant camera - 5 episodes

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Heller in Pink Tights1960Office boy (uncredited)
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers1954Member of Second Barn Riasing Team (uncredited)
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet1952-1953TV SeriesGary
Moonrise1948Boy (uncredited)
California1947Boy (uncredited)
Humoresque1946Boy on street (uncredited)
Swell Guy1946Joey (uncredited)
Colorado Pioneers1945Parish Boy (uncredited)

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1999Lifetime Achievement AwardSociety of Camera Operators


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