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Rupert Graves

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Rupert Graves

English film, television and theatre actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1963.

Countries: United Kingdom (86%), United States (7%), Italy (4%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Michael Gambon, Neil Dudgeon, Jeff Rawle

Linked to: Wyvern Community School, BBC

 

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Rupert Graves was born in 1963 add something


1990

Andy Serkis - In the early 1990s he settled in London, and took roles in "Dogboy," the Royal Court Theatre's production of "Mojo," Bill Sikes in a television film of "Oliver Twist" and Wilson Milam's production of "Hurlyburly" at the Queen's Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, with Rupert Graves and David Tennant


1993

Douglas Hodge - Hodge has achieved great success on stage in plays by Harold Pinter, including "No Man's Land" at the Comedy Theatre in February 1993; "Moonlight" at the Almeida Theatre in September 1993; "A Kind of Alaska", "The Lover" and "The Collection" at the Donmar Warehouse in May 1998; as Jerry in "Betrayal" at the Royal National Theatre's Lyttelton Theatre, in November 1998; and as Aston in "The Caretaker" at the Comedy Theatre in November 2000, co-starring Michael Gambon and Rupert Graves , directed by Patrick Marber - for whi


 

Montreal World Film Festival - His role in "Intimate Relations" won him the Best Actor award at the 1996 Montreal World Film Festival add something


1997

Sean Mathias - Released in 1997, it starred Clive Owen alongside McKellen, Mick Jagger, Rupert Graves, Jude_Law and Lothaire Bluteau


1998

Mark Bostridge - Their edition of her letters was published in 1998 as "Letters from a Lost Generation", and Bostridge adapted the letters for a BBC Radio Four series starring Amanda Root as Vera Brittain and Rupert Graves as Roland Leighton, who was killed in the First World War


2000

In September 2000, shortly after his relationship with Yvonne ended, he met Australian-born production coordinator Suzanne Lewis at the opening-night party for The Caretaker, a play he was appearing in at the time with Michael Gambon add something


2010

Since 2010 he has starred as DI Lestrade in the BBC television series "Sherlock" add something


2012

Louise Brealey - In March 2012 Brealey produced, co-wrote and co-starred in "The Charles Dickens Show", a children's comedy drama for BBC 2 starring Jeff Rawle, Rupert Graves, Neil_Dudgeon, Nathaniel Parker, Lynda Baron, Honeysuckle Weeks, Rupert Young, Adjoa Andoh, Sam Kelly, Geoffrey Streatfeild, Fiona Button and Mariah Gale


2014

Daniel Brocklebank - In December 2014, Brocklebank joined the cast of Coronation Street, as Billy, the new vicar at Emily Bishop's parish, St.Mary's and who started dating barman Sean Tully He appears as Carl Saunders in the second and third series of the BBC's "WPC 56" involved with Inspector Briggs, "Admiral" a movie where Daniel plays opposite Charles Dance, "Soft Lad" a movie written and directed by Leon Lopez and "Native" and Sci-Fi movie playing opposite Rupert Graves


2016

Nicholas Winton - On 20 May 2016, Glen Art presented a memorial concert celebrating Winton's life with Jason Isaacs, Rupert Graves and Alexander Baillie, at St John's, Smith Square