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Maloney at the 2011 Minghella Film Festival
19 June 1957 |
Bury St. Edmunds, West Suffolk, England, United Kingdom
Life and career 
After several dry years in his career, Maloney went on to star in many films and television series, as well as developing a stage career and became a familiar face after playing a major role in Kenneth Branagh's 1989 film adaptation of Henry V. In the early 1990s, he starred on television in Mr Wakefield's Crusade, and on film as Mark in Truly, Madly, Deeply, and in 1994 he took the lead in the BBC adaptation of Love on a Branch Line. He appeared in both the 1990 and 1996 film versions of Hamlet, as Rosencrantz and Laertes respectively, and in several other Shakespeare screen adaptations. Amid several TV appearances, he starred as Jason Fields in the film American Reel in 1999. He also played Cassius in the 2005 miniseries Empire, John Major in 2009's Margaret and Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel in the 2009 film "The Young Victoria".
He is also active in radio drama on BBC Radio 4, playing the Dean in both series of High Table, Lower Orders and Giles the gossip columnist in His Master's Voice. He has also made a guest appearance in the BBC Radio 4 series Baldi. He has also appeared in a Bollywood film, I See You, playing a policeman.
In 2010 he appeared in long running drama Casualty as consultant Howard Fairfax.
He voiced the Lost Soul in the 2013 game Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate.
Selected filmography 
- Richard's Things (1980) - Bill
- Henry V (1989) - Louis the Dauphin
- Truly, Madly, Deeply (1990) - Mark
- Hamlet (1990) - Rosencrantz
- A Midwinter's Tale (1995) - Joe Harper (Hamlet)
- Othello (1995) - Roderigo
- Hamlet (1996) - Laertes
- Troy, trilogy of radio plays written by Andrew Rissik and directed by Jeremy Mortimer - Hector
- Scenes of Seduction, radio play written by Timberlake Wertenbaker and directed by Ned Chaillet, broadcast on BBC Radio 4 7 Mar 2005 – Henry (King Henry V).
- Bran in Earthsearch II, James Follett's 1982 "new adventure serial in time and space" on BBC Radio 4.