9 July 1976
Elliot Cowan (born 9 July 1976) is an English actor, known for portraying Corporal Jem Poynton in Ultimate Force, Mr Darcy in Lost in Austen, and Ptolemy in the 2004 film Alexander. He also starred as Lorenzo de' Medici in Da Vinci's Demons and Daron-Vex in Krypton.
Cowan boarded at Uppingham School in Rutland. He later obtained a first class degree in Drama at the University of Birmingham, before attending the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, from which he graduated in July 2001. From 1994 to 1996, Cowan was a member of the National Youth Music Theatre. He plays guitar and cello, and has worked with the London Sinfonia.
Cowan's television credits include Judge John Deed, Ultimate Force, Jonathan Creek, Poirot, Foyle's War, The Ruby in the Smoke, Lost in Austen and the television movie The Project, 2009 Agatha Christie's Miss Marple 'They Do It With Mirrors' as Wally Hudd. He also appeared in a 2009 commercial for Women's Aid.
Cowan has appeared in the films The Golden Compass, Happy-Go-Lucky, The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey, Love and Other Disasters, and Howl. His theatre work includes productions of The Revenger's Tragedy, Women Beware Women, Henry V, The Seagull and Camille.
He has recently played Stanley Kowalski in a revival of A Streetcar Named Desire at the Donmar Warehouse, and is attached to star in the movie Heaven and Earth, a biopic of James Miranda Barry and can currently be seen in Les blancs at the National Theatre until June 2nd.
|2006||Love and Other Disasters||James Wildstone|
|2007||The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey||James McDowell|
|The Golden Compass||Commanding Officer|
|2009||Heaven and Earth||Captain Hatch||Attached|
|2013||Hammer of the Gods||Hakan|
|2009||Dragon Age: Origins||Ser Perth|
|2010||GoldenEye 007||Alec Trevelyan|
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