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The successful actor Ewan McGregor was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, which was also the location of his breakthrough movie "Trainspotting" from 1996, which was directed by Danny Boyle. After "Trainspotting", he was able to secure more roles in large Hollywood productions. For instance, he played the male lead in "Moulin Rouge" 2001, which put his singing skills to the test. His biggest part to date was probably the part of Obi-Wan Kenobi from 1999 to 2006 in the Star Wars movies. Outside the world of cinema, he featured in the documentary series "Long Way Round" with his friend Charley Boorman, depicting their motorcycle trip around the world.
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