The Look: Mr Adam Rayner


Born in the British town of Shrewsbury, Mr Rayner spent part of his childhood in the US with his American-born mother, before returning to Norfolk and then Durham in the UK to study. He went on to complete a two-year course at drama college in London. Since then he has featured in the likes of Doctor Who (being killed by a giant wasp), starred alongside Ms Jada Pinkett Smith in the American medical drama Hawthorne, and has just completed playing a doctor in popular UK comedy Miranda. Interrupting Mr Rayner’s day off and double espresso, we talk espionage, inspiration and style.

This fall, 10 years after his professional stage debut, the UK-based Mr Rayner plays a steely operative in the eagerly anticipated, stylish television spy drama Hunted. Co-stars include the rather delightful Ms Melissa George (Grey’s Anatomy), Mr Stephen Dillane (Game of Thrones), and Mr Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (Lost). Continue here


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