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29 March 1972
Hammersmith, London, England
Early life and family
Hazeldine left the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1993 to pursue a career in music.
He returned to acting in 2003, making his professional debut as D.C. David Butcher in Prime Suspect 6.
- George in Talawa Theatre Company's production of Blues for Mister Charlie (2004)
- Horatio in Hamlet, English Touring Theatre (2006)
- Cassio in Othello, Salisbury Playhouse (2007)
- Tom Connor in Snowbound, Trafalgar Studios (2008)
- Orsino in "Twelfth Night", York Theatre Royal (2009)
- Lenny in The Homecoming, York Theatre Royal (2009)
- The Soldier in the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of The Gods Weep (2010)
- Turner in Ditch, HighTide/Old Vic Tunnels (2010)
- Borgheim in Little Eyolf, Almeida Theatre (2015)
- Prime Suspect (2003) as D.C. David Butcher
- Shameless (2004) as Quentin (episode 1.3)
- Passer By (2004) as Young Man
- The Bill (2004) as David Latham (episode "Love, Lies and Limos")
- Doctors (2005) as Rob Tanner (episode: "Dream Lover")
- Dalziel and Pascoe as Sean Doherty (episode: "Dust Thou Art")
- New Tricks as Mark Lane (episode 2.3)
- Foyle's War (2005) as Will Grayson (episode: " Invasion")
- Holby City (2005) as Philip Jennssen (episode: "Snake in the Grass")
- Robin Hood (2005) as Owen (episode "Who Shot the Sheriff?")
- Life on Mars (2006) as Collin Raimes (episode 1.1)
- The Extraordinary Equiano (2007) as Captain Pasqual
- Persuasion (2007) as Charles Musgrove
- Midsomer Murders (2007) as Simon Dixon (4 episodes)
- Emmerdale (2008) as Dr Roger Elliot (episode: "Puff of Smoke")
- Heartbeat (2008) as Frank Kelly (episode: "Living Off the Land")
- Waterloo Road (2009) as Captain Andy Rigby (episode 4.15)
- Paradox (2009) as Matt Hughes (episode 1.5)
- The Little House (2010) as David (2 episodes)
- Lewis (2011) as Dane Wise (episode: "The Mind Has Mountains")
- Eternal Law (2012) as Bruno Hale (episode 1.6)
- Accused (2012) as Ray Dakin (episode 2.4)
- Ripper Street (2013) as Doggett (episode 1.5)
- Lightfields (2013) as Albert Felwood (5 episodes)
- Resurrection (2014) as Caleb Richards (8 episodes)
- The Dovekeepers (2015) as Lucius Flavius Silva (2 episodes)
- Peaky Blinders (2015) as Georgie Sewell (5 episodes)
|2004||Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason||Journalist|
|2009||Good as Gone||Red||Short Film|
|Just Before Dawn||Lewis||Short film|
|Don't Let Him In||Shaun|
|Riot on Redchurch Street||Ray Mahoney|
|The Monuments Men||Colonel Langton|
|Between Places||Roger||Short Film|
|Learning to Breathe||Noah|
|The Huntsman: Winter's War||Liefr|
|Mechanic: Resurrection||Riah Crain|
|The Journey Is The Destination||O'Reilly|
|2017||The Hitman's Bodyguard||Garrett||Filming|
- Ivan, The Raven
- "Sam is the son of James Hazeldine". BBC.co.uk. London. 8 April 2005.
- "Sam Hazeldine". The Stage. London. 10 June 2004.
- Tripney, Natasha (19 March 2008). "Snowbound". The Stage.
- "The Homecoming". The Stage. 4 June 2009.
- "Theatre goes underground". BBC.co.uk. 7 June 2010.
- Bennett, Ray (March 29, 2007). "Persuasion". The Hollywood Reporter. Associated Press.
- Plunkett, John (1 November 2010). "The Little House". The Guardian.
- Eternal Law, Radio Times, 5 March 2011.
- Trip, BBC
- Good as Gone, BBC
- Miska, Brad (August 4, 2015). "‘Cherry Tree’ Trailer Infested With Scares". bloody-disgusting.com. Retrieved July 28, 2016.