James in 2016.
|Born||Bradley Gregory James, Jr.
11 October 1983
Exeter, Devon, England
Bradley Gregory James, Jr. (born 11 October, 1983) is a British actor best known for portraying Arthur Pendragon in the BBC TV series Merlin.
Debuting in 2008 as Ben Davis in Dis/Connected, his breakthrough role as Arthur Pendragon in Merlin came later that year. He has since appeared in Homeland and iZombie, and starred as the title character in the television series Damien. His film roles include Carl in Fast Girls in 2012 and Varga in Underworld: Blood Wars film franchise.
Early and personal life
James was born at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital in Exeter, Devon in England. He and his family then moved to Jacksonville, Florida in the United States when he was nine years old. During his time there, he attended Crown Point Elementary School and then Fletcher Middle School, before attending Madeley High School in Madeley, England.
James is a fan of football and participates annually in sporting charity events. When he was younger, he wanted to be either a footballer or an actor.
His breakthrough came in 2008, when he was cast as Prince Arthur, who later becomes the legendary King Arthur, in the BBC One fantasy TV series Merlin. The show was also a consistent hit series in the US; its first season was shown on the broadcast network NBC and its second, third, fourth, and fifth seasons on NBC's affiliate cable network Syfy. Merlin ended its 5-year run in 2012. James and co-star Colin Morgan went on an exploration of Arthurian legends for BBC Wales, The Real Merlin & Arthur, in 2009.
In 2015, James was cast as a villain in Underworld: Blood Wars. The same year, he appeared in the television series iZombie as recurring character Lowell Tracey, a love interest for main character Liv. He starred as main character Damien Thorn on television series Damien, a sequel to the Omen film series. The show debuted in March 2016, but was cancelled after one season.
|2016||Underworld: Blood Wars||Varga|
|2008||Lewis||Jack Roth||"Music to Die For"|
|2008–2012||Merlin||Arthur Pendragon||Main role|
|2009||Children in Need||Arthur||"1.30"|
|2014||Homeland||J.G. Edgars||"The Drone Queen"|
|2015||iZombie||Lowell Tracey||Recurring role|
|2016||Damien||Damien Thorn||Lead role|
|2017||Bounty Hunters||The Shermans||Main Role|
|2018||Medici: Masters of Florence||Giuliano de' Medici||Main role (season 2)|
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