Iain joined Moving Parts back in 1990
having previously been a member of
teen drama group the Greetin' Gretels.
Whilst doing his first Moving Parts
production NHS: The Offal Truth he
simultaneously rehearsed with
Edinburgh Youth Theatre for their
production of Agatha Christie's
A Murder Is Announced
. He has also appeared with Baggy Breeks, Bash Theatre Company and made an appearance with all female group Bliss - for which he received the accolade of 'best clap-o-meter on the Fringe'.

For a number of years it was normal for Iain to be juggling multiple scripts, performing in three different productions in the same week on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

His greatest achievement was in the role of simpleton Akaky Akakyevich in the 2001 production of Gogol's play The Overcoat. A production that saw Iain lose almost a foot in height and the group pick up a five star review from The Scotsman.

Iain has also appeared in multiple Purpose Builts including Offski, Toast, No Smoke Without Fire and Children's Panel. For 2009 he took on the challenge of playing Rodion Raskolnikov in our fringe production Crime and Punishment.