STEPHEN DILLANE

STEPHEN DILLANE by Colin Hutton
Photo: Colin Hutton
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Location:London, United Kingdom
Height:6' (182cm)
Playing Age:50 - 60 years
Appearance:White
Nationality:British
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Hazel
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown

Credits:

Stephen has just completed filming series 3 of 'The Tunnel', reprising the lead role of Karl Roebuck. Awards include: 2017 Critics Circle Theatre Award for Best Actor in 'The Faith Healer', International Emmy Award for Best Performance by an Actor in 'The Tunnel' in 2014, BAFTA for Best Actor in 'The Shooting Of Thomas Hurndall' in 2009 and a Tony Award for Best Lead Actor in a Play for 'The Real Thing' in 2000.

Television Stage Film Radio Audio
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Television
2017, Television, Karl Roebuck, The Tunnel (Series 3), Kudos/Endemol Shine International, Anders Engstrom & Giles Bannier
2016, Television, Graham Sutherland, The Crown, LBP (The Crown) Ltd/Netflix, Stephen Daldry
2015, Television, Karl Roebuck, The Tunnel (Series 2), Kudos/Shine/Canal Plus, Various
2014, Television, Stannis Baratheon, Game Of Thrones (series 5), Fire & Blood Productions/HBO, Various
2013, Television, Stannis Baratheon, Game Of Thrones (series 4), Fire & Blood Productions/HBO, Various
2013, Television, Karl Roebuck, The Tunnel, Kudos/Canal Plus/Sky, Various
2012, Television, Stannis Baratheon, Game of Thrones (series 3), Fire & Blood Productions/HBO, Various
2012, Television, Macratty, A Touch of Cloth (series 2), Zeppotron for SkyOne, Jim O'Hanlon
2012, Television, Paul Cannock, Secret State, Company Productions Ltd, Ed Fraiman
2012, Television, Arlo Raglin, Murder, Touchpaper TV for BBC2, Birger Larsen
2012, Television, Rupert Keel, Hunted, Kudos for BBC/HBO Cinemax, Various
2011, Television, Stannis Baratheon, Game of Thrones (series 2), Fire & Blood Productions/HBO, Alan Taylor
2011, Television, Carl, Eternal Law, Kudos, Adrian Shergold
2009, Television, Battle, Agatha Christie's Marple, ITV, John Strickland
2008, Television, Schmidt, God on Trial, BBC Television, Andy De Emmony
2007, Television, Anthony Hurndall, The Shooting of Thomas Hurndall, Talkback Thames, Rowan Joffe
2007, Television, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, HBO/Braintree, Tom Hooper
2000, Television, Edward Cazalet, The Cazalets, BBC Television, Suri Krishnamma
1999, Television, Karenin, Anna Karenina, Company Pictures For Channel 4, Harry Bradbeer
1998, Television, Patsy Durack, Kings In Grass Castles, Barron Entertainment, John Woods
1995, Television, Blackmore, The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd, BBC Television, Katie Mitchell
1991, Television, Leonard, Screen Two: Heading Home, BBC Television, David Hare
1988, Television, Peter, Christabel, BBC Television, Adrian Shergold
Stage
2016, Stage, Frank Hardy, Faith Healer, Donmar Warehouse, Lyndsey Turner
2015, Stage, Performer, An Oak Tree, National Theatre, Tim Crouch
2010, Stage, Halvard Solness, The Master Builder, Almeida Theatre, Travis Preston
2009, Stage, Prospero, The Tempest, The Bridge Project 2009/2010, Sam Mendes
2009, Stage, Jaques, As You Like It, The Bridge Project 2009/2010, Sam Mendes
2009, Stage, Reader, One Evening, Aldeburgh/Gerald W Lynch/John Jay College NYC, Katie Mitchell
2009, Stage, Reader, Four Quartets, Lincoln Center NYC, Katie Mitchell
2009, Stage, Mr Frivolous, A Thought In Three Parts by Wallace Shawn (Reh Reading), Royal Court Theatre, Caryl Churchill
2009, Stage, Performer, One Evening, Aldeburgh/Q.E. Hall/Lincoln Center NYC, Katie Mitchell
2009, Stage, Reader, Four Quartets, Donmar Warehouse/Lincoln Center NYC, Katie Mitchell
2006, Stage, Jack, Drunk Enough To Say I Love You?, Royal Court Theatre, James Macdonald
2006, Stage, Macbeth, Macbeth, Sydney and Adelaide Festival, Travis Preston
2005, Stage, Macbeth, Macbeth, The Almeida Theatre Company, Travis Preston
2004, Stage, Macbeth, Macbeth, CalArts, Travis Preston
2002, Stage, Alexander Herzen, The Coast Of Utopia - Trilogy, Royal National Theatre, Trevor Nunn
2002, Stage, George, Life After George, Guildford/ West End, Michael Blakemore
1999, Stage, Henry, The Real Thing, Donmar Warehouse W/End & Bdwy, David Leveaux
1999, Stage, Tony, Our Late Night, Royal Court Theatre, Caryl Churchill
1998, Stage, Uncle Vanya, Uncle Vanya, Royal Shakespeare Company, Katie Mitchell
1997, Stage, Artie, Hurlyburly, Old Vic Theatre, Wilson Milam
1996, Stage, Clov, Endgame, Donmar Warehouse, Katie Mitchell
1994, Stage, Hamlet, Hamlet, Gieldgud Theatre, Sir Peter Hall
1993, Stage, Prior Walter, Angels in America (Parts 1 & 2), National Theatre, Declan Donnellan
1992, Stage, Tony, Hush, Royal Court Theatre, Max Stafford Clark
1991, Stage, Edmund Tyrone, A Long Day's Journey Into Night, National Theatre, Howard Davies
1990, Stage, Gerry Evans, Dancing at Lughnasa, National Theatre, Patrick Mason
Film
2017, Feature Film, Richard Brayne, The Professor and The Madman, Voltage Pictures and Icon Films, Farhad Safinia
2017, Feature Film, Viscount Halifax, Darkest Hour, Working Title, Joe Wright
2016, Feature Film, Godwin, Mary Shelley, Clairmont Films, Haifaa Al-Mansour
2014, Film, Performer, Event for a Stage, Carriageworks/Sydney Biennale, Tacita Dean
2012, Feature Film, Zero Dark Thirty, Annapurna Pictures, Kathryn Bigelow
2011, Feature Film, Harry Papadopoulos, Papadopoulos & Sons, Double M Films, Marcus Markou
2011, Feature Film, D.C.I. Stone, Twenty8k, Twenty8k Ltd, Neil Thompson & David Kew
2009, Feature Film, Stephen, Perfect Sense, Sigma Films, David Mackenzie
2008, Feature Film, Keith Haywood, Storm, 23/5 Filmproduktions GmbH, Hans-Christian Schmid
2008, Feature Film, Mal, 44 Inch Chest, 44 Inch Ltd, Malcolm Benville
2008, Feature Film, Dr. Harris, Freakdog, Dark North Red Mist (NI) Ltd, Paddy Breathnach
2006, Feature Film, Brooks Baekeland, Savage Grace, Lace Curtain Productions, Tom Kalin
2006, Feature Film, Jakob, Fugitive Pieces, Serendipity Point Films Inc, Jeremy Podeswa
2005, Feature Film, Glen Foy, Goal II, Goal II Productions, Juame Collet-Serra
2005, Feature Film, Glen Foy, Goal, Goal Prods Ltd, Danny Cannon
2005, Feature Film, Secretary, Klimt, Lunar Films, Raol Ruiz
2004, Feature Film, Harry Vardon, The Greatest Game Ever Played, Under Par Prods for Disney, Bill Paxton
2004, Feature Film, Martin, Nine Lives, Nine Lives Llc, Rodrigo Garcia
2003, Feature Film, Mr Allen, Haven, Haven Films UK Ltd, Frank E Flowers
2003, Feature Film, Merlin, King Arthur, Touchstone Pictures/ Jerry Bruckheimer, Antoine Fuqua
2001, Feature Film, Charles Harker, The Spy Game, Zaltman Films/Universal, Tony Scott
2001, Feature Film, Charlie, The Truth About Charlie, Les Arts/Universal, Jonathan Demme
2001, Feature Film, Leonard Woolf, The Hours, Paramount, Stephen Daldry
2001, Feature Film, Simon Jackson, The Gathering, Samuelson Films, Brian Gilbert
2000, Feature Film, Burton, The Parole Officer, Parole Productions, John Avigan
1998, Feature Film, Tom, The Darkest Light, Footprint Films/Pathe, Simon Beaufoy/Bille Eltringham
1998, Feature Film, Noel, Ordinary Decent Criminal, Little Bird/Miramax, Thaddeus O'Sullivan
1996, Feature Film, Michael Peterson, Welcome To Sarajevo, Dragon Pics/Channel 4/Miramax, Michael Winterbottom
1996, Feature Film, Charles, Firelight, Hollywood Pictures/Carnival, William Nicholson
Radio
2013, Radio, Reader, Sebald's Apocalyptic Vision, Just Radio Ltd for BBC Radio, Katie Mitchell
2013, Radio, Scarpia, Tosca's Kiss, BBC Radio, Jeremy Mortimer
2012, Radio, Reader, Lands Edge (Book of the Week), BBC Radio 4, Gaynor MacFarlane
2004, Radio, Ovid, The Art of Love, BBC Radio, Jeremy Mortimer
2000, Radio, William, The Bayeaux Tapestry, BBC Radio, Kate Rowland
1996, Radio, Rakitin, A Month in the Country, BBC Radio 4
1991, Radio, Captain Oates, Oates After His Fingers, BBC Radio, Peter Kavanagh
Audio
1999, Audio, Reader, Remembrance Day, Orion Talking Books
1998, Audio, Macbeth, Macbeth, Naxos Audio Books, Fiona Shaw

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Australian, French, Irish-Southern, RP*, Scottish-Standard, Welsh-Standard, Yorkshire
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballroom Dancing*, Baritone*, Contemporary Dance*, Period Dancing*, Tenor*
Performance:ADR-Additional Dialogue Recording, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Cricket*, Football*, Golf*, Swimming*
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence, Motorcycle Licence

Training:

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School