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      Stephen Campbell Moore

      Stephen Campbell Moore

      Highest Rated: 86% Downton Abbey: A New Era (2022)

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

      Birthday: Nov 30, 1979

      Birthplace: London, England, UK

      Versatile English actor Stephen Campbell Moore was a dependable character actor in films and on television and stage, playing complicated, often flawed men in "The History Boys" and its 2006 film adaptation, as well as "Complicit" (Channel 4, 2013), "The Go-Between" (BBC One, 2015) and "Goodbye Christopher Robin"(2017). Born Stephen Moore Thorpe in London, England on November 30, 1979, he was raised in the county of Hertfordshire and studied at Berkhamstead School before receiving his training in acting at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. After adopting his stage name to avoid confusion with another actor named Stephen Thorpe, he began his professional career on stage, appearing in productions with the Royal Shakespeare Company, before earning his first top-billed screen role as an aspiring novelist in "Bright Young Things" (2003), an adaptation of Evelyn Waugh's Vile Bodies by actor/writer Stephen Fry. The following year, Moore landed his breakout role as Irwin, a youthful teacher embroiled in sexual impropriety at an English boys' school in Alan Bennett's Tony-winning play "The History Boys." Moore received a 2006 Drama Desk Award nomination for his performance, and reprised the role for the 2006 film version, directed by Nicholas Hynter. The success of the play led to a diverse array film and television work, which included a turn as Edward VIII in "Wallis & Edward" (ITV, 2005) and co-starring turns opposite action stars Jason Statham and Nicolas Cage in "The Bank Job" (2008) and "Season of the Witch" (2011), respectively. Between these efforts, Moore also made frequent returns to the stage in London's West End, appearing in productions of the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Clybourne Park" in 2011 and "Chimerica" in 2013. Television soon became his primary screen showcase, with roles in the Julian Fellowes-penned "Titanic" (ITV/ABC, 2012), the thriller series "Hunted" (BBC One, 2012) for creator Frank Spotnitz ("The X-Files," Fox, 1993-2002, 2016- ), and the spy drama "Complicit," which won the British Academy Award for Single Drama. In 2015, Moore enjoyed the spotlight in two forms of media: he was a disfigured English noble in "The Go-Between" (BBC One), an adaptation of L.P. Hartley's novel of the same name, and co-starred with Nicole Kidman in "Photograph 51," about the discovery of the DNA double helix, on stage at the Noel Coward Theatre. Two years later, he repeated the double feat with a starring role on Peter Moffatt's "The Last Post" (BBC One, 2017), about the Royal Military Police in Yemen during the late 1960s, and as illustrator Ernest Shepherd in "Goodbye Christopher Robin," director Simon Curtis' look at author A.A. Milne and his complex relationship with his son, who served as the inspiration for the character in his "Winnie-the-Pooh" stories.

      Highest rated movies

      Downton Abbey: A New Era poster Downton Abbey: A New Era Downton Abbey poster Downton Abbey Man Up poster
      Man Up
      The Bank Job poster
      The Bank Job
      The Child in Time poster
      The Child in Time
      The Ones Below poster The Ones Below The Children poster
      The Children
      Amazing Grace poster
      Amazing Grace




      86% 97% Downton Abbey: A New Era Unknown (Character) $43.3M 2022
      84% 94% Downton Abbey Captain Chetwode (Character) $96.8M 2019
      30% 55% Red Joan Max (Character) $1.6M 2018
      79% 49% The Child in Time Charles (Character) - 2017
      64% 71% Goodbye Christopher Robin Ernest (Character) $1.7M 2017
      76% 47% The Ones Below Justin (Character) $12.1K 2015
      42% 42% Moonwalkers Derek Kaye (Character) - 2015
      80% 69% Man Up Ed (Character) - 2015
      38% 45% Johnny English Reborn Prime Minister (Character) $8.3M 2011
      11% 30% Season of the Witch Debelzaq (Character) $24.8M 2011
      No Score Yet 80% Just Henry Unknown (Character) - 2011
      No Score Yet 41% Thorne: Sleepyhead Jeremy Bishop (Character) - 2010
      No Score Yet 62% A Short Stay in Switzerland Edward (Character) - 2009
      No Score Yet 56% Burlesque Fairytales Peter Blythe-Smith (Character) - 2009
      76% 50% The Children Jonah (Character) - 2008
      80% 74% The Bank Job Kevin Swain (Character) $30.0M 2008
      67% 85% Amazing Grace James Stephen (Character) $21.2M 2006
      65% 70% The History Boys Tom Irwin (Character) $2.7M 2006
      No Score Yet 31% Wallis & Edward Edward (Character) - 2005
      37% 49% A Good Woman Lord Darlington (Character) $223.1K 2004
      No Score Yet 27% Byron John Cam Hobhouse (Character) - 2003
      65% 67% Bright Young Things Adam Symes (Character) $931.8K 2003


      100% No Score Yet The Confessions of Frannie Langton George Benham (Character) 2022
      No Score Yet 72% War of the Worlds Jonathan Gresham (Character) 2021-2022
      100% No Score Yet Anne Edward Fitzgerald QC (Character) 2022
      41% 48% The One Damian (Character) 2021
      67% 21% Traitors Phillip Jarvis (Character) 2019
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Action Team Agent 49 (Character) 2018
      64% 97% The Last Post Ed (Character) 2017
      No Score Yet 50% Stag Johnners (Character) 2016
      38% 50% Titanic Thomas Andrews (Character) 2012
      No Score Yet 100% Ashes to Ashes Unknown (Character) 2008
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Lark Rise to Candleford Unknown (Guest Star) 2008
      No Score Yet 100% Masterpiece Theatre Unknown (Character) 2005
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Byron John Cam Hobhouse (Character) 2003