Rafe Spall

Highest Rated:
92%     Shaun of the Dead (2004)
Lowest Rated:
0%     The Calcium Kid (2004)
Birthday:
Mar 10
Birthplace:
East Dulwich, London, England, UK
Bio:
Named after the title character in Francis Beaumont's The Knight of the Burning Pestle, played by his father Timothy Spall in a 1981 Royal Shakespeare Company production, and then by himself in a 2005 revival. Encouraged by his father to join the National Youth Theatre at age 15. At…

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
Get Santa
  • Actor
-- 2014
69% What If
  • Ben
$3.5M 2014
X+Y
  • Actor
-- 2014
55% I Give It a Year
  • Josh
$32.5k 2013
Earthbound
  • Joe Norman
-- 2012
87% Life of Pi
  • Writer
$125.0M 2012
73% Prometheus
  • Millburn
$126.5M 2012
46% Anonymous
  • William Shakespeare
$4.5M 2011
36% One Day
  • Ian
$13.8M 2011
Sus
  • Actor
-- 2010
61% The Scouting Book for Boys
  • Actor
-- 2009
Kidulthood
  • Actor
-- 2008
A Room With a View
  • George Emerson
-- 2008
He Kills Coppers
  • Actor
-- 2008
Dracula
  • Actor
-- 2007
The Chatterley Affair
  • Actor
-- 2007
91% Hot Fuzz
  • DC Andy Cartwright
$23.6M 2007
The Last Drop
  • Pvt David Wellings
-- 2006
25% A Good Year
  • Kenny
$7.4M 2006
Wide Sargasso Sea
  • Actor
-- 2006
47% Green Street Hooligans
  • Swill
$0.1M 2005
0% The Calcium Kid
  • Stan Parlour
-- 2004
92% Shaun of the Dead
  • Actor
$13.5M 2004
The Lion in Winter
  • John
-- 2003

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
The Shadow Line
2011
  • Actor
2012
Masterpiece
  • Roger Bassington
  • George Emerson
  • Jonathan Harker
2007 - 2009
Miss Marple
2004-2013
2009

Rafe Spall Trivia

Rafe Spall is son of well known actor Timothy Spall.
- submitted by Mark S (2 years ago)

Quotes from Rafe Spall's Characters

    • Writer:
      It is a lot to take in--to figure out what it all means.
    • Adult Pi Patel:
      If it happens, it happens, why should it have meaning?
    From Life of Pi. Submitted by Chrisel Ann K (19 months ago)

    • Writer:
      [reading off the report] Mr. Patel's is an astounding story, courage and endurance unparalleled in the history of ship-wrecks. Very few castaways can claim to have survived so long, and none in the company of an adult Bengal tiger.
    From Life of Pi. Submitted by Ken C (22 months ago)