Ewan McGregor
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  • Faith: Judaism
  • Career: Actor
  • Birthday:  March 31, 1971

Ewan McGregor is a Scottish actor. His first professional acting role came in 1993, in a British series called “Lipstick on Your Collar.” He rose to international fame with his depiction of a heroin addict in the film “Trainspotting” and “T2 Trainspotting.” McGregor is most well known for his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi in the “Star Wars” prequel trilogy. He’s also starred in “Moulin Rouge,” “Black Hawk Down,” “Big Fish,” “Robots,” and “The Ghost Writer.”

McGregor has won numerous awards, including a Golden Globe Award and a Primetime Emmy Award.

Is Ewan McGregor religious?

While promoting his film “Last Days in the Desert,” where McGregor played Jesus, he told The Daily Beast, “I’m not a religious person. I’m married to a Jewish woman, so my children are Jewish, and my involvement in religion has more to do with the Jewish faith now and not the Christian faith, which I was very vaguely brought up in.”

He continued, “My parents were not religious, but my school had prayers at morning assembly, with a clear-eyed gaze. So my early understanding of religion was the Protestant faith in Scotland. But my experience is no longer that.”

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