Stage, TV and film performer who began his career with the Glasgow Citizens Theatre and was a founding member of the radical 7:84 company (the name derives from the fact that 7 percent of the population of Britain own 84 percent of the country's wealth). Paterson first gained attention on screen for his role as a lonely D.J. in Bill Forsyth's "Comfort and Joy" (1984) and has since turned in finely controlled performances in films by Roland Joffe, Hugh Hudson and Malcolm Mowbray.
Cast (Feature Film)
Cinematography (Feature Film)
Cast (TV Mini-Series)
Joined Glasgow Citizens Theatre for one season
Returned to Glasgow Citizens Theatre