Ed Stoppard

Ed Stoppard

Highest Rated: 95% The Pianist (2002)

Lowest Rated: 9% Branded (2012)

Birthday: Sep 16, 1974

Birthplace: Not Available

British actor Ed Stoppard recently appeared in the Reg Traviss dramaticfeature JOY DIVISION. Additional film credits include ENZO FERRARI, EMBRASSEZ QUI VOUS VOUDREZ and THE LITTLE VAMPIRE. Stoppard also played Adrien Brody's quick-tempered younger brother Henryk in Roman Polanski's Oscar-winning film THE PIANIST. His latest project is as the eldest son of Michael Gambon and Emma Thompson in the film version ofBRIDESHEAD REVISITED. Stoppard has a strong theatre background, having recently performed in the West End opposite Jessica Lange in THE GLASS MENAGERIE, in the title roleof the New Ambassador's production of Shakespeare's HAMLET, as Lorenzo inthe Chichester Theatre production of MERCHANT OF VENICE, and as Konstantin in THE SEAGULL. His television credits include the title roles of TCHAIKOVSKY, JEWISH REVOLT and MURDER IN MIND, all for the BBC, as well as EMPIRE for ABC and RELIC HUNTER. Son of playwright Sir Tom Stoppard, Ed Stoppard lives in London with his wife and family.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet Genesis President Pope 2018
70% Angelica Joseph Barton 2017
72% Youth Julian $1.9M 2015
No Score Yet Ruby l'apprentie sorcière Ted 2015
No Score Yet Ruby Strangelove Young Witch Actor 2015
No Score Yet The Man who Crossed Hitler Actor 2015
40% Blackwood Ben Marshall 2013
No Score Yet Belle Du Seigneur Adrien 2013
No Score Yet Codebreaker Alan Turing 2012
9% Branded Misha Galkin $0.4M 2012
71% Papadopoulos & Sons Rob 2012
76% Nanny McPhee Returns Lieutenant Addis $29M 2010
62% Brideshead Revisited Bridey Flyte $6.4M 2008
68% Fugitive Pieces Ben $0.5M 2008
No Score Yet Tchaikovsky: 'Fortune and Tragedy' Actor 2007
No Score Yet Tchaikovsky Pyotr Illyich Tchaikovsky 2007
No Score Yet Joy Division (Vörös Vihar) Thomas 2006
No Score Yet Animal Sebastien Delnick 2005
No Score Yet Enzo Ferrari Actor 2003
95% The Pianist Henryk $32.6M 2002
55% The Little Vampire Actor $13.5M 2000

TV

Credit
60% Knightfall
2017
King Philip IV KING PHILIP IV OF FRANCE 2019
2018
2017
100% Home Fires on Masterpiece
2015-2017
Dr. Will Campbell 2017
2015
50% Any Human Heart
2010
Ben Leeping (Older) 2015
No Score Yet Masterpiece
1971-2014
Sir Hallam Holland Ben Leeping (Older) Vincenzo Fabri Conrad McCaffrey 2012
2011
2008
No Score Yet Miss Marple
2004-2013
2007
No Score Yet Mystery!
1980-2007
Ladislaus Malinowski 2007
No Score Yet Queen of Swords
2000-2001
Ambassador Ramirez 2001
No Score Yet Relic Hunter
1999-2002
Laurent 2000
78% The Frankenstein Chronicles
2015-2017
Lord Daniel Hervey

QUOTES FROM Ed Stoppard CHARACTERS

Misha Galkin says: Ladies and gentlemen. The Burger is dead. The growth of brands has spiraled out of control. Never before in history has it been this difficult to record growth because there is simply not enough room in the minds of consumers to hold new desires for new products. What happened in the case of fast food has fundamentally altered the market forever. A crippling anxiety has seized consumers. They're terrified the products can hurt them. A unique opportunity now stands before you. The time has come to clear a free space in the minds of consumers, where your products can live on. Today, in order to get consumers to continue to desire computers, you have to first make them lose interest in cellphones. What you need, is to convince them that the competition's brands are deadly dangerous. Destroy the market for cellphones, and eradicate the competition. For your brands to grow, they need to learn how to attack. And I know how to teach your brands to attack.

Wladyslaw Szpilman says: What are you reading?

Henryk says: "If you prick us, do we not bleed? It you tickle us, do we not laugh? If you poison us, do we not die? And if you wrong us, shall we not revenge?"

Henryk says: If you prick us, do we not bleed? It you tickle us, do we not laugh? If you poison us, do we not die? And if you wrong us, shall we not revenge?

Wladyslaw Szpilman says: [seeing that it is Shakespeare's 'The Merchant of Venice'] Very appropriate."

Wladyslaw Szpilman says: [seeing that it is Shakespeare's 'The Merchant of Venice'] Very appropriate.

Misha Galkin says: Now is the time to get the truth out.

Bob Gibbons says: No no no.

Misha Galkin says: I wanted to get really rich.