Stephen Campbell Moore

Total Box Office:
 $87.8M
Highest Rated:
79% The Bank Job (2008)
Lowest Rated:
10% Season of the Witch (2011)
Birthday:
Nov 30
Birthplace:
London, England, UK
Bio:
British actor Stephen Campbell Moore trained at the prestigious London arts school Guildhall, where he began to cultivate a successful career in the theater. At 24, he ventured into onscreen acting as well, landing a major role in the Stephen Fry comedy Bright Young Things. Moore would continue to…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Complicit
  • Actor
-- 2013
39% Johnny English Reborn
  • Prime Minister
$8.3M 2011
10% Season of the Witch
  • Debelzaq
$24.8M 2011
Thorne: Sleepyhead
  • Actor
-- 2010
Ben Hur
  • Actor
-- 2010
Burlesque Fairytales
  • Actor
-- 2009
A Short Stay In Switzerland
  • Actor
-- 2009
73% The Children
  • Jonah
-- 2008
79% The Bank Job
  • Kevin
$30.0M 2008
70% Amazing Grace
  • James Stephen
$21.2M 2007
Wallis & Edward (Her Royal Affair)
  • Prince Edward
-- 2007
Simon Schama's Rough Crossings
  • Actor
-- 2007
65% The History Boys
  • Irwin
$2.6M 2006
Byron
  • Actor
-- 2005
He Knew He Was Right
  • Hugh Stanbury
-- 2004
37% A Good Woman
  • Lord Darlington
$97.1k 2004
66% Bright Young Things
  • Adam
$0.8M 2003
The Children (The Day)
  • Actor
--


TV SERIES   

Rating Title Credit Year
80% Hunted
2012
  • Stephen Turner
2012
38% Titanic
2012
  • Thomas Andrews
2012
Ashes to Ashes
2008-2010
  • Evan White
2009 - 2010

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Quotes from Stephen Campbell Moore's Characters

    1. Lord Darlington: Marital bliss is a great burden to place on two people.Sometimes a third person is needed to lighten the load.
    From A Good Woman. Submitted by Frances H (11 months ago)
    1. Prime Minister: Not in the same league as the first film and no Bough. These two had great chemestry.
    From Johnny English Reborn. Submitted by Mike F (15 months ago)
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