Rufus Wright

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Rufus Gerrard-Wright (born 14 September 1974), known as Rufus Wright, is an English film, stage and television actor.

Personal life[edit]

Wright is the son of Major-General Richard Gerrard-Wright and his wife, Susan (née Young). He is the younger brother of Lance Gerrard-Wright, who was the third husband of television presenter Ulrika Jonsson.

Both brothers attended Lambrook Preparatory School at Winkfield Row in Berkshire. Wright is married to actress Melanie Gutteridge.[1]


Wright played David Cameron in The Audience. He appeared in the films Quantum of Solace (2008) and Spy Game (2001). He appeared on television in Miranda (2010), EastEnders (2012) and Lucan (2013).[2] He voiced Prince Kallian Antiqua in Xenoblade Chronicles and Gregor in BBC's Tumanbay.

Partial filmography[edit]


  1. ^ "Marriages: Mr R. Gerrard-Wright and Miss M. Gutteridge". Announcements. Retrieved 2 February 2014. 
  2. ^ Profile,; accessed 8 March 2015.