Scottish-American Ewan McGregor is one of the most critically acclaimed actors of his generation, known for his memorable performances in a long list of films, TV series and theatre productions. Those projects include Trainspotting and Trainspotting 2, the Star Wars prequel trilogy, Moulin Rouge, Beauty and the Beast, Zoe, Christopher Robin and Birds of Prey, along with his Emmy, Golden Globe and Critics’ Choice award-winning turn in “Fargo” as brothers Emmit and Ray Stussy, and London theatre productions of Guys and Dolls and Othello. McGregor is also a storytelling talent behind the camera. He directed the feature film American Pastoral which he starred in with Jennifer Connelly and Dakota Fanning, the original short film “Bone,” part of Time Out’s “Tube Tales” series and a recent commercial for Indian Motorcycles. McGregor has been an avid motorcyclist since his youth and recently took a three-month journey on an electric Harley-Davidson LiveWire motorcycle from Patagonia, Argentina to California for Apple TV+ docu-series “Long Way Up,” which debuted last year. He is a long-time advocate of charities such as UNICEF UK and Children’s Hospice Association Scotland.