Stephen Campbell Moore

Active - 2003 - Present  |   Born - Nov 30, 1979 in London, England  |   Genres - Comedy Drama, Drama, Historical Film, Horror, Thriller

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British actor Stephen Campbell Moore trained at the prestigious London arts school Guildhall, where he began to cultivate a successful career in the theater. At 24, he ventured into onscreen acting as well, landing a major role in the Stephen Fry comedy Bright Young Things. Moore would continue to accrue impressive roles in a variety of films throughout the next few years including the Scarlett Johansson film A Good Woman and the crime thriller The Bank Job. Among Moore's more notable theater roles is the part of Irwin in the West End production of The History Boys.

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  • Appeared in productions of Much Ado About Nothing and Antony and Cleopatra with the Royal Shakespeare Company.
  • Made feature-film debut in 2003's Bright Young Things.
  • Played the role of Irwin in the play The History Boys when it ran on Broadway, on the West End and in Sydney.
  • Shot a pilot with girlfriend Claire Foy for a medical drama called Pulse.
  • Suffered a bout of food poisoning while filming 2008's The Bank Job, and was assisted by costar David Suchet after collapsing in the parking lot.
  • Took on the role of Chris in a West End production of Arthur Miller's All My Sons in 2010 when director Howard Davies offered him the role following their first meeting.