Stephen Campbell Moore
|Stephen Campbell Moore|
|Born||Stephen Moore Thorpe
30 November 1977
London, England, UK
Stephen Campbell Moore was educated at Berkhamsted School in Hertfordshire (appearing locally in the Pendley Open Air Shakespeare Festival) and trained at Guildhall School of Music and Drama where he was awarded the prestigious 'Gold Medal' in his final year. He made his screen debut in Stephen Fry's Bright Young Things. He is primarily a screen actor. On stage he has performed with the RSC and the Royal National Theatre.
Campbell Moore created the role of Irwin in the original West End stage production of Alan Bennett's play The History Boys, and also played the character in the Broadway, Sydney, Wellington and Hong Kong productions and in the film version of the play.
In 2008 Campbell Moore starred in one episode of the television series Lark Rise to Candleford as headteacher Mr James Delafield, co-starring alongside Julia Sawalha, and had a regular role in the BBC series Ashes to Ashes.
Recognition and awards
List of credits
|2004–06||The History Boys||Irwin||Lyttelton Theatre, Royal National Theatre, South Bank (2004–5)
Lyric Theatre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (2006)
St. James Theatre, Wellington (2006)
Sydney Theatre, Sydney (2006)
Broadhurst Theatre, Broadway (2006)
|2010||All My Sons||Chris Keller||Apollo Theatre, West End, London|
|2011||Clybourne Park||Wyndham's Theatre, West End, London|
|2013||Chimerica||Joe Schofield||Almeida Theatre, London|
|2003||Bright Young Things||Adam Fenwick-Symes|
|2004||A Good Woman||Lord Darlington|
|2006||Normal for Norfolk||Man||Short (10 minutes)|
|2006||Amazing Grace||James Stephen|
|2006||The History Boys||Irwin|
|2008||The Bank Job||Kevin Swain|
|2008||Burlesque Fairytales||Peter Blythe-Smith|
|2008||Official Selection||Walt||Short (10 minutes)|
|2011||Season of the Witch||Debelzaq|
|2011||Johnny English Reborn||The Prime Minister|
|2003||Byron||John Cam Hobhouse||BBC Two||Two-part drama|
|2005||He Knew He Was Right||Hugh Stanbury||BBC One||Mini-series|
|2005||Wallis and Edward||Edward VIII|
|2006||Hustle||Quenton Cornfoot||BBC One||Series 3, Episode 3 "Ties That Bind Us"|
|2007||Rough Crossings||John Clarkson|
|2008||The Sea Wolf||Humphrey Van Weyden||Mini-series|
|2008||Lark Rise to Candleford||James Delafield||BBC One||Series 1, Episode 8|
|2008||Ashes to Ashes||Evan White||BBC One||Series 1|
|2009||A Short Stay in Switzerland||Edward||BBC One|
|2011||Just Henry||Joseph Dodge||ITV||TV film|
|2012||2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony||Chariots of fire scene||BBC One||Televised Event|
|2012||Hunted||Stephen Turner||BBC One||Mini Series|
|2013||Complicit||Tony Coveney||Channel 4||TV film|
|2013||The Wrong Mans||Smoke||BBC Two||Series 1, Episode 3|
- "Internet Broadway Database: Stephen Campbell Moore Credits on Broadway". Retrieved 12 November 2006.
- "National Theatre : Productions : The History Boys 2004". Retrieved 17 October 2006.
- "The History Boys – Arts Reviews – Arts – Entertainment – smh.com.au". The Sydney Morning Herald. 9 March 2006. Retrieved 17 October 2006.
- "John Smythe: theatre reviews: NZIAF-THE HISTORY BOYS: More is more". Retrieved 17 October 2006.[dead link]
- "2006 – Drama Desk Awards – Nominations". Retrieved 19 January 2009.
- Bennett, Ray (31 May 2010). "All My Sons – Theater Review". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 8 June 2010.[dead link]
- Clybourne Park in the West End http://www.clybournepark.co.uk/
- Stephen Campbell Moore at the Internet Movie Database
- Stephen Campbell Moore at the Internet Broadway Database
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