Sam Hazeldine

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Sam Hazeldine
Born
Samuel Hazeldine

(1972-03-29) 29 March 1972 (age 49)
OccupationActor
Years active2003–present
Parent(s)James Hazeldine

Samuel Hazeldine (born 29 March 1972) is an English actor.

Early life[edit]

Sam Hazeldine was born in Hammersmith, London, the son of Rebecca Moore and actor James Hazeldine.[1] He attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

Career[edit]

Sam Hazeldine in Johannesburg on the set of The Journey Is The Destination, 2015

Hazeldine left the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1993 to pursue a career in music.[2] He returned to acting in 2003, making his professional debut as D.C. David Butcher in Prime Suspect 6.

Works[edit]

Theatre roles[edit]

Television[edit]

  • 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[6] (2 episodes)
  • Lewis (2011) as Dane Wise (episode: "The Mind Has Mountains")
  • Eternal Law (2012)[7] as Bruno Hale (episode 1.6)
  • Accused (2012) as Ray Dakin (episode 2.4)
  • Silent Witness (2013) as Scott Lambert (episode: "Greater Love")
  • Ripper Street (2013) as Doggett (episode 1.5)
  • Lightfields (2013) as Albert Felwood (5 episodes)
  • Resurrection (2014) as Caleb Richards (5 episodes)
  • The Dovekeepers (2015) as Lucius Flavius Silva (2 episodes)
  • Peaky Blinders (2015) as Georgie Sewell (5 episodes)
  • Knightfall (2017) as Godfrey (3 episodes)
  • Requiem (2018) as Sean Howell
  • The Innocents (2018) as John (8 episodes)
  • Temple (2020) as Jack (5 episodes)
  • Elizabeth is Missing (2020) as Tom

Film[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2004 Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason Journalist
2005 Chromophobia Muso Assistant
2008 Trip[8] Dad Short film
2009 Good as Gone[9] Red Short Film
2010 The Wolfman Horatio
Just Before Dawn Lewis Short film
2011 Weekender Maurice
Don't Let Him In Shaun
Ouroboros Damien Short film
Lullaby Gary Short film
2012 The Raven Ivan
Dead Mine Stanley
Riot on Redchurch Street Ray Mahoney
2013 The Machine James
2014 Still Josh
'71 C.O.
The Monuments Men Colonel Langton
Between Places Roger Short Film
2015 Cherry Tree Sean
2016 Learning to Breathe Noah
Grimsby Chilcott
The Huntsman: Winter's War Liefr
Mechanic: Resurrection Riah Crain
The Journey Is The Destination O'Reilly
2017 The Hitman's Bodyguard Garrett
2018 Ashes in the Snow Kostas Vilkas
Last Supper Vincent
2019 Killers Anonymous Senator Kyle
2020 Marionette Josh
The Intergalactic Adventures of Max Cloud Tony
2021 The War Below William
Kira & El Gin Harvey
The Last Duel Thomin du Bois

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sam is the son of James Hazeldine". BBC.co.uk. London. 8 April 2005.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Sam Hazeldine". The Stage. London. 10 June 2004.
  3. ^ Tripney, Natasha (19 March 2008). "Snowbound". The Stage.
  4. ^ "The Homecoming". The Stage. 4 June 2009.
  5. ^ "Theatre goes underground". BBC. 7 June 2010.
  6. ^ Plunkett, John (1 November 2010). "The Little House". The Guardian.
  7. ^ Eternal Law, Radio Times, 5 March 2011.
  8. ^ Trip Archived 5 June 2013 at the Wayback Machine, BBC
  9. ^ Good as Gone Archived 2 April 2013 at the Wayback Machine, BBC

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