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Stephen McGann


Born
in Kensington, Liverpool, Merseyside, The United Kingdom
February 02, 1963

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Stephen McGann is an English actor best known for his work on Call the Midwife. His three elder brothers -Joe, Paul, and Mark- are also actors. Stephen is married to screenwriter Heidi Thomas.

McGann is also a public speaker and communicator of science, having graduated from Imperial College London with a masters degree in Science Communication.

Internet Movie Database page: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0568914/
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This Sporting Life

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“You will die.

That's the beautiful, terrible, simple truth of it. A biological fact, a medical reality and a genealogical axiom. You can walk around it, rationalise it in faith or medicate against it, but it won't change the ultimate outcome. Implicit in the fact of your existence is the inevitability of your extinction.

You will die. Maybe soon. Maybe not for many years. But you will.”
Stephen McGann, Flesh and Blood: A History of My Family in Seven Maladies

“A family isn’t simply a passive inheritance. It’s defined by the bonds its members choose, and not just the bonds assigned by genetics. Each time a family member joins their life to a biological stranger in marriage, adoption or through having children, a new clan joins itself to our family tree at the junction point of the union. New ancestors are fused with ours. New descendants are sired by the mingling of separate genetic codes. Without this chosen love our gene pool would stagnate. Without this new family, an assigned inheritance couldn’t continue. Genes might specify the way we’re put together, but without our human will to love beyond those specifications, a family can’t be all the things it might be.”
Stephen McGann, Flesh and Blood: A History of My Family in Seven Maladies



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