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David Bradley (actor)

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David Bradley (actor)

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Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1942.

Countries: United Kingdom (73%), Ireland (14%), United States (5%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Doctor Who, Harold Pinter, Laurence Olivier

Linked to: Labour Party, Aston Villa F.C., University of Warwick, BBC

 

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David Bradley was born in 1942 add something


1971

He became an actor in 1971, performing at Laurence Olivier's National Theatre add something


 

He was awarded a Laurence Olivier award in 1991 for his supporting actor role in "King Lear" at the Royal National Theatre add something

 

Ben Daniels - He was first nominated for the latter *award earlier in his career, in 1991, for his performance as Richard Loeb, a real-life murderer of a 14-year-old boy, in another stage play titled "Never the Sinner" at the Playhouse Theatre, but lost to David Bradley


 

He played fictional Labour Member of Parliament Eddie Wells in the 1996 award-winning BBC Two serial "Our Friends in the North" add something

 

In 1996 he appeared as gangster Alf Black in "Band Of Gold" who had much involvement with Samantha Morton's character Tracy "Naomi" Richards add something


1997

He has appeared in the Royal National Theatre's 1997 production of Harold Pinter's "The Homecoming", as well as productions of Pinter's "The Caretaker" at Sheffield Theatres and the Tricycle Theatre in London in 2006-07 add something


1998

In 1998 he appeared in the BBC adaptations of William Makepeace Thackeray's "Vanity Fair" and Charles Dickens' "Our Mutual Friend" as the miserly Sir Pitt Crawley and the villainous Rogue Riderhood, respectively add something


2001

Other television appearances include the 2001 series, "The Way We Live Now" directed by David Yates, who would work with Bradley five years later on the "Harry Potter" films add something


2002

Bradley appeared in "Nicholas Nickleby" and had a small role in the 2007 comedy film "Hot Fuzz" as a farmer that illegally hoards weapons add something


2006

In 2006 he played a leading character, Tom, in an episode of "Midsomer Murders" add something

 

Nigel Harman - In October 2006, Harman appeared in the Harold Pinter play "The Caretaker" at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, starring alongside David Bradley and Con O'Neill


2007

Paul McGann - In 2007, McGann starred alongside Dervla Kirwan, Lorraine Ashbourne and David Bradley in BBC One drama "True Dare Kiss", written by Debbie Horsfield


2008

In 2008 appeared in the role of Spooner in "No Man's Land" by Harold Pinter in the Gate Theatre, Dublin , opposite Michael Gambon as Hirst, in a production directed by Rupert Goold, that later transferred to London 's West End. add something

 

Michael Gambon - In 2008 Gambon appeared in the role of Hirst in "No Man's Land" by Harold Pinter in the Gate Theatre, Dublin , opposite David Bradley as Spooner, in a production directed by Rupert Goold, which transferred to the London West End's Duke of York's Theatre, for which roles each received nominations for the 2009 Laurence Olivier *award for Best Actor


2009

On 4 May 2009 Bradley appeared as an animal rights activist in the popular BBC drama "Ashes to Ashes", and appeared again on television in BBC's "The Street" on 20 July 2009 add something


 

In 2010 he participated in the Mike Leigh film "Another Year", which earned him a nomination for Best Supporting Actor for the London Film Critics Circle awards add something


2011

In 2011 Bradley appeared in the HBO series "Game of Thrones", based on George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" series of epic fantasy novels, as the 'Late' Lord Walder Frey add something


2012

In the 2012 "Doctor Who" episode, "Dinosaurs on a Spaceship", Bradley plays Solomon, a ruthless buccaneer with a spaceship full of dinosaurs add something

 

On 17 July 2012 Bradley was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from University of Warwick add something


2013

The special is scheduled to air in the autumn of 2013 for "Doctor Who"'s 50th anniversary add something

 

It was announced on 29 January 2013 that David Bradley has been cast as actor William Hartnell in "An Adventure in Space and Time", a BBC docudrama about the creation of "Doctor Who" in 1963 add something

 

The special aired in November 2013, adding to the buildup to the 50th anniversary episode of "Doctor Who" later that month add something


 

Nominated in Best Single Drama category at the 2014 British Academy Television awards add something

 

On November 22, 2014, Bradley took part in a video paying tribute to his beloved Aston Villa on their 140th birthday add something


2015

In 2015, Bradley was announced a public supporter of Chapel Lane Theatre Company based in Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK. add something


2017

In January 2017 Bradley's agency, United Agents, confirmed he would appear in the seventh season of the show later that year add something