Stephen Campbell Moore

Stephen Campbell Moore

Highest Rated: 89% The Lady In The Van (2015)

Lowest Rated: 11% Season of the Witch (2011)

Birthday: Nov 30, 1979

Birthplace: London, England, UK

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 accrue impressive roles in a variety of films throughout the next few years including the Scarlett Johansson film A Good Woman and the crime thriller The Bank Job. Among Moore's more notable theater roles is the part of Irwin in the West End production of The History Boys.

Highest Rated Movies



84% Downton Abbey Actor 2019
30% Red Joan Max 2019
No Score Yet Responsible Child Dr Johann Keaton 2019
83% The Child in Time Charles 2018
75% The Ones Below Justin $12.6K 2016
42% Moonwalkers Derek Kaye 2016
89% The Lady In The Van Doctor 2015
80% Man Up Actor $0.9M 2015
28% Burnt Jack 2015
No Score Yet Complicit Actor 2013
38% Johnny English Reborn Prime Minister $8.3M 2011
11% Season of the Witch Debelzaq $24.9M 2011
No Score Yet Ben Hur Messala 2010
No Score Yet Thorne: Sleepyhead Actor 2010
No Score Yet A Short Stay In Switzerland Actor 2009
76% The Children Jonah 2008
79% The Bank Job Kevin Swain $30.1M 2008
68% Amazing Grace James Stephen $21.2M 2007
No Score Yet Simon Schama's Rough Crossings Actor 2007
66% The History Boys Irwin $2.6M 2006
38% A Good Woman Lord Darlington $97.6K 2006
No Score Yet Wallis & Edward (Her Royal Affair) Prince Edward 2005
No Score Yet Byron John Cam Hobhouse 2005
65% Bright Young Things Adam Symes $0.9M 2004
No Score Yet He Knew He Was Right Hugh Stanbury 2004
No Score Yet The Children (The Day) Actor


64% The Last Post
Ed Laithwaite 2017
95% The Wrong Mans
Smoke 2014
76% Hunted
Stephen Turner 2012
38% Titanic
Thomas Andrews 2012
No Score Yet Ashes to Ashes
Evan White 2010
No Score Yet Masterpiece
Hugh Stanbury 2005
No Score Yet Stag


Irwin says: What's truth got to do with it?

Irwin says: What's truth got to do with it?

Lord Darlington says: Marital bliss is a great burden to place on two people.Sometimes a third person is needed to lighten the load.

Prime Minister says: Not in the same league as the first film and no Bough. These two had great chemestry.

Debelzaq says: We're going to need more holy water.