Michael Marcus (actor)

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Michael Marcus
Michael Marcus Morgan
Years active2007–present

Michael Marcus Morgan, better known as Michael Marcus, is an English actor. He is best known for his portrayal of Henry Tudor in the TV series The White Queen (2013). He also had supporting roles in The Physician (2013) and The Theory of Everything (2014).


In 2011 Marcus appeared in two episodes of the third season of Misfits as Peter, an avid comic book reader with the power of Future Illustration. He later appeared in the ten-part BBC One historical drama The White Queen, the 2013 adaptation of Philippa Gregory's novels in The Cousins' War series.[1] Marcus played the role of Henry Tudor, the Lancastrian claimant to the throne who later started the line of Tudor monarchs.

In early April 2014 it was announced that Marcus would play the lead role of Valentine in the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of The Two Gentlemen of Verona.[2] Marcus described his character as a man "who sort of seems to be running away from something rather than going towards something. But I think [he] tries to convince himself that actually what he wants is out there in Milan and not at home".[3]



Year Title Role
2013 The Invisible Woman Charley Dickens
2013 The Physician Mirdin
2014 The Theory of Everything Ellis


Year Title Role Notes
2007 Nearly Famous Pete 1 episode
2007 - 2008 Casualty Mike Prickard / Drew Meadway "Reality Bites" (as Mike)

"No Return" (as Drew)

2011 Misfits Peter 2 episodes
2013 The White Queen Henry Tudor 3 episodes
2013 Ripper Street Sebastian Ferranti 1 episode
2013 Lucan James Fox TV Movie (2 parts)
2015 Siblings Sebastian 1 episode


Year Title Role Notes
2014 The Two Gentlemen of Verona Valentine Royal Shakespeare Company


  1. ^ Sweeney, Sabrina (12 June 2013). "The White Queen: Women in history rediscovered - BBC News". BBC News. Retrieved 16 January 2016.
  2. ^ "Mark Arends & Michael Marcus to Lead RSC's THE TWO GENTLEMAN OF VERONA, Opens 22 July". BroadwayWorld.com. Retrieved 16 January 2016.
  3. ^ Valentine | The Two Gentlemen of Verona | Royal Shakespeare Company, 10 March 2015, retrieved 16 January 2016

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