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Paddy Considine

Highest Rated:   96% The Death of Stalin (2018)
Lowest Rated:   8% Girl On A Bicycle (2014)
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Birthplace:   Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, UK
Born in England, Paddy Considine worked as a photographer before turning to acting full-time. In 1999, he made quite a worthwhile film debut in the comedy drama A Room for Romeo Brass, directed by Shane Meadows. He played Morell, the strange and dangerous character who comes between the two 12-year-old leads (Andrew Shim and Ben Marshall). In 2000, he turned to more intimate drama in Pawel Pawlikowski's Last Resort. He won festival acclaim for his role of Alfie, an arcade owner in Northern England who befriends a Russian immigrant (Dina Korzun) and her son (Artiom Strelnikov). Considine returned to lighter material for his next few films: the relationship comedy Born Romantic, the strangely dark crime comedy Happy Now, and the poorly received nightmare-vacation film The Martins. By 2002, he had started to gain a little more international exposure outside of the U.K. He portrayed New Order manager Rob Groton in Michael Winterbottom's 24 Hour Party People, a funny biopic about the Manchester music scene that was shown at the Cannes Film Festival. After starring in Nick Willing's crime thriller Hypnotic (also released as Doctor Sleep), he got his first major leading role in Jim Sheridan's semi-autobiographic drama In America. Considine adopted an Irish accent to play Johnny, Sheridan's fictional counterpart. An out-of-work actor, Johnny immigrates to New York City with his wife (Samantha Morton), daughters (Emma and Sarah Bolger), and a lot of emotional baggage. Considine also appeared in the Coldplay music video for "God Put a Smile on Your Face".

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
96% The Death of Stalin
  • Comrade Andryev
2018
85% The Girl With All the Gifts
  • Sgt. Eddie Parks
2017
81% Journeyman
  • Screenwriter
  • Actor
  • Director
2017
76% Funny Cow
  • Actor
2017
79% Macbeth
  • Banquo
$1.8M 2015
71% Miss You Already
  • Jago
$2.9M 2015
25% Child 44
  • Vladimir Malevich
$1.4M 2015
91% Pride
  • Dai
2014
44% Honour
  • Bounty Hunter
2014
83% The Double
  • Jack as PT
$0.6M 2014
8% Girl On A Bicycle
  • Derek
2014
89% The World's End
  • Steven Prince
$33.5M 2013
56% Now Is Good
  • Father
2012
84% Tyrannosaur
  • Director
  • Screenwriter
$22.6k 2011
87% Submarine
  • Graham Purvis
$0.5M 2011
No Score Yet The Suspicions Of Mr Whicher
  • Actor
2011
48% Blitz
  • Sgt. Porter Nash
$0.3M 2011
91% Red Riding: 1980
  • Peter Hunter
2010
11% Cry of the Owl
  • Robert
2009
87% Le Donk & Scor-zay-zee
  • Le Donk
  • Screenwriter
2009
No Score Yet My Zinc Bed
  • Paul Peplow
2008
71% The Backwoods (Bosque de sombras)
  • Norman
2008
92% The Bourne Ultimatum
  • Simon Ross
$227.4M 2007
91% Hot Fuzz
  • DS Andy Wainwright
$23.7M 2007
No Score Yet Dog Altogether
  • Director
  • Screenwriter
2007
56% Dead Man's Shoes
  • Screenwriter
  • Richard
2006
57% PU-239
  • Timofey
2006
15% Stoned
  • Frank Thorogood
2005
80% Cinderella Man
  • Mike Wilson
$61.6M 2005
90% My Summer of Love
  • Phil
$0.9M 2004
89% In America
  • Johnny Sullivan
$15.4M 2003
86% 24 Hour Party People
  • Rob Gretton
$1.1M 2002
46% Close Your Eyes
  • Elliot
2002
No Score Yet My Wrongs 8245-8249 and 117
  • Actor
2002
No Score Yet The Martins (The Tosspots)
  • Actor
2001
No Score Yet Happy Now
  • Glen Marcus
2001
58% Born Romantic
  • Ray
2001
94% Last Resort
  • Alfie
2001
68% A Room for Romeo Brass
  • Morell
2000

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
71% Informer
2018
  • Gabe Waters
  • 2018
95% Peaky Blinders
2013-2017
  • Father John Hughes
  • 2016

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