Dan Stevens

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Dan Stevens
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Stevens at the March 2017 Hollywood premiere of Beauty and the Beast
Born Daniel Jonathan Stevens
(1982-10-10) 10 October 1982 (age 34)
Croydon, London, England
Education Tonbridge School
Alma mater Emmanuel College, Cambridge
Occupation Actor
Years active 2004–present
Spouse(s) Susie Hariet (m. 2009)
Children 3

Daniel Jonathan "Dan" Stevens[1] (born 10 October 1982)[2] is an English actor. He is best known for his role as Matthew Crawley in the ITV acclaimed period drama series Downton Abbey, he also starred as David in the thriller film The Guest, Sir Lancelot in Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, and as The Beast/Prince in Walt Disney's live action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast. He currently stars as David Haller in the FX series Legion.

Early life[edit]

Stevens was born in Croydon, London,[3] he was adopted at birth, by parents who were both teachers, and grew up in Wales and southeast England.[4][5] He has a younger brother who was also adopted,[5] after a rebellious youth,[6] Stevens boarded on a scholarship at Tonbridge School, an independent school in Kent. There he became interested in drama after auditioning for the title role in Macbeth with his teacher, novelist Jonathan Smith,[7][8] from the age of 15, he spent his summers training and performing with the National Youth Theatre in London.[9]

Stevens studied English Literature at Emmanuel College, Cambridge.[10][5][6] While at Cambridge, he was a member of the Footlights with Stefan Golaszewski, Tim Key and Mark Watson,[11] and was also active in the Marlowe Society. He was first spotted by director Peter Hall at a Marlowe Society production of Macbeth, in which he played the title character alongside Hall's daughter.[12][13][14]

Career[edit]

In 2004, Stevens began his professional acting career when Peter Hall cast him as Orlando in his touring production of Shakespeare's As You Like It. The tour took the production to the Rose Theatre in Kingston upon Thames, the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York City, the Curran Theatre in San Francisco, and the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles. His debut performance earned him glowing reviews from prominent critics in Britain and the United States,[15][16][17][18] as well as a commendation at the 2004 Ian Charleson Awards.[19]

In 2006, Stevens starred as Nick Guest in the BBC adaptation of Alan Hollinghurst's Booker Prize-winning novel The Line of Beauty.[20] Later that year he played Simon Bliss in Hay Fever by Noël Coward at London's Haymarket Theatre, alongside Peter Bowles and Dame Judi Dench; the director was Peter Hall. He also performed as Lord Holmwood in an adaptation of Dracula for the BBC, and as Basil Brookes in the BBC Emmy-award-winning film, Maxwell. That same year, he was named one of Screen International's 2006 Stars Of Tomorrow.[21]

In 2008, Stevens appeared in the BBC adaptation of Jane Austen's novel, Sense & Sensibility, playing Edward Ferrars, and the West End revival of Noël Coward's The Vortex. In January 2009 he appeared on New Year's Day in Agatha Christie's Marple: Nemesis on ITV1 in Britain.[22] In June 2009 he returned to the West End, playing Septimus Hodge in an acclaimed revival of Tom Stoppard's Arcadia at the Duke of York's Theatre.[23]

In 2010, Stevens got his biggest break[24] when he was cast as Matthew Crawley in the ITV series Downton Abbey, created and written by Oscar-winning[25] screenwriter Julian Fellowes.[26] The series went on to be a global sensation,[27] and has been nominated for several Emmy, BAFTA, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Awards since its debut. The central love story of Matthew Crawley and his distant cousin, Lady Mary Crawley, played by Michelle Dockery, was enormously popular.[28] Stevens left the series after finishing the third season and the Christmas Special in 2012,[29] his exit caused a huge uproar with fans, who notably took to Twitter and other social media sites to express their anger at the character's death.[30]

In November 2011, Stevens guest-hosted an episode of Have I Got News for You; in March 2012 he completed shooting Vamps, the latest film from Amy Heckerling, and Summer in February, an Edwardian romance film set in an artist colony.[31] In 2012, Stevens moved with his family to New York City,[32] when he made his Broadway debut that year opposite Jessica Chastain and David Strathairn in The Heiress.[33]

In 2014, Stevens starred in the independent film The Guest, winning critical acclaim for his portrayal of a recently discharged army veteran who goes on a killing spree to protect his true identity.[34][35][36] He earned a Saturn Award for Best Actor nomination for his performance. Also in 2014, he appeared in the magic realism comedy-drama film The Cobbler, and in the dark action film A Walk Among the Tombstones, he played a simulacrum of Sir Lancelot in the 2014 comedy film Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb.[37][38][39][40]

In March 2015, it was announced that Stevens would play the Beast, opposite Emma Watson as Belle, in Disney's live-action remake adaptation of Beauty and the Beast.[41] The film was released in March 2017.

In February 2016, Stevens was cast in the lead role of David Charles Haller in the FX series Legion, an X-Men-related drama created by Noah Hawley.[42] The series began airing in February 2017, and in mid-March, following critical acclaim, was renewed for a second season.[43]

Stevens will next appear in Marshall with Chadwick Boseman, Josh Gad, and Kate Hudson[44], and The Man Who Invented Christmas, directed by Bharat Nalluri, and co-starring Christopher Plummer and Jonathan Pryce.[45]

Other work[edit]

Stevens has narrated over 31 audiobooks, including Casino Royale, Wolf Hall and War Horse. In 2014, he was nominated for two Audie Awards, in the Classic category and Solo Narration (Male) category for Frankenstein.[46]

Outside acting, Stevens maintains an interest in writing and literature and is editor-at-large for The Junket, an online quarterly which he co-founded in 2011 with some friends,[47][48] he was a member of the judging panel for the 2012 Man Booker Prize for Fiction,[26][49] and was a regular columnist for the Sunday Telegraph.[50]

A cricket enthusiast, he made his "debut" for the Authors XI team in 2012[51] and also contributed to the book The Authors XI: A Season of English Cricket from Hackney to Hambledon,[52] which was shortlisted for the 2014 Cricket Society and M.C.C. Book of the Year Award.[53]

Personal life[edit]

In 2009, Stevens married South African jazz singer and singing teacher Susie Hariet, they met in 2006, when appearing at different theatres in Sheffield.[3] They have a daughter named Willow (born 2009), a son named Aubrey (born 2012), and a third child named Eden (born 2016).[54][55] Actress Rebecca Hall is godmother to his daughter Willow.[56]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2009 Hilde David Cameron German production
2011 North London Book of the Dead, TheThe North London Book of the Dead Speaker Short film
2011 Babysitting Spencer Short film
2012 Vamps Joey
2012 Shallow Richard Dove Short film
2013 Summer in February Gilbert Evans Also executive producer
2013 Fifth Estate, TheThe Fifth Estate Ian Katz
2014 Guest, TheThe Guest David Collins BloodGuts UK Horror Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Detroit Films Critics Society Award for Breakthrough Artist
Nominated—Empire Award for Best Male Newcomer
Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Golden Schmoes Award for Breakthrough Performance of the Year
2014 Walk Among the Tombstones, AA Walk Among the Tombstones Kenny Kristo
2014 Cobbler, TheThe Cobbler Emiliano
2014 Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb Sir Lancelot
2015 Criminal Activities Noah Also executive producer
2016 The Ticket James
2016 Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer Bill Kavish
2016 Colossal Tim
2017 Beauty and the Beast The Beast/Prince Adam Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Ship (shared with Emma Watson)
Teen Choice Award for Choice Liplock (shared with Emma Watson)
Nominated—MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss (shared with Emma Watson)
Nominated—Teen Choice Award for Choice Fantasy Movie Actor
Nominated — Teen Choice Award for Choice Hissy Fit
2017 Permission Will
2017 Kill Switch Will Porter
2017 Marshall Lorin Willis Completed
2017 The Man Who Invented Christmas Charles Dickens In post-production
2018 Apostle In post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004 Frankenstein Henry Clerval 2 episodes
2006 Line of Beauty, TheThe Line of Beauty Nick Guest 3 episodes
2006 Dracula Lord Arthur Holmwood Television film
2007 Maxwell Basil Brookes Television film
2007 Agatha Christie's Marple Michael Faber Episode: "Nemesis"
2008 Sense and Sensibility Edward Ferrars 3 episodes
2009 Turn of the Screw, TheThe Turn of the Screw Dr. Fisher Television film
2010–2012 Downton Abbey Matthew Crawley 25 episodes
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series (2013)
Nominated—Monte-Carlo Television Festival Award for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series
Nominated—Huading Award for Best Global Actor in a TV Series
Nominated–Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series (2014)
2012 The Making of Planet Earth Narrator Documentary
2012 Forget Me Not Narrator Documentary
2013 Tomorrow People, TheThe Tomorrow People TIM (voice) Uncredited
3 episodes
2014 Once Upon a Time: Wicked Is Coming Narrator (voice) Television special
2014–2017 High Maintenance Colin 3 episodes
2015–2016 SuperMansion Bunsen (voice) 2 episodes
2017–present Legion David Haller/Legion 8 episodes

Other works[edit]

Stage[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004 As You Like It Orlando Rose Theatre
Nominated – Ian Charleson Award[5]
2005 You Never Can Tell Theatre Royal
2005 Waiting for Godot Theatre Royal
2005 Private Lives Theatre Royal
2005 Much Ado About Nothing[57] Claudio Theatre Royal
2006 Romans in Britain, TheThe Romans in Britain[58] Marban / Maitland Crucible Theatre
2006 Hay Fever[59] Simon Bliss Haymarket Theatre
2008 Vortex, TheThe Vortex[60] Nicky Lancaster Apollo Theatre
2009 Every Good Boy Deserves Favour[61] The Doctor Royal National Theatre
2009 Arcadia[62] Septimus Hodge Duke of York's Theatre
2010 Late at Night David The Old Vic
2012 Heiress, TheThe Heiress[63] Morris Townsend Walter Kerr Theatre

Audiobook narrator[edit]

Year Title Notes
2007 Dragon's Eye, TheThe Dragon's Eye[64]
Die with Me[65]
Strike Back[66]
2008 Day[67]
Outcast, TheThe Outcast[68]
2009 Dragon Diary: Dragonology Chronicles, Vol. 2, TheThe Dragon Diary: Dragonology Chronicles, Vol. 2[69]
Angel's Game, TheThe Angel's Game[70]
Week in December, AA Week in December[71]
Wolf Hall[72]
2010 War Horse[73]
Blueeyedboy[74]
Prince of Mist, TheThe Prince of Mist[75]
Young Sherlock Holmes: Death Cloud[76]
Fall of Giants[77]
Young Sherlock Holmes: Red Leech[78]
2011 My Dear, I Wanted to Tell You[79] Galaxy National Book Award for Audiobook of the Year[80]
Midnight Palace, TheThe Midnight Palace[81]
History of a Pleasure Seeker, TheThe History of a Pleasure Seeker[82]
Invisible Ones, TheThe Invisible Ones[83]
2012 Time Keeper, TheThe Time Keeper[84]
Casino Royale[85] Nominated—Specsavers National Book Award for Audiobook of the Year[86]
2013 Letters from Everest: A First-Hand Account of the Epic First Ascent[87]
Going Solo[88]
Boy[89]
Frankenstein[90] Nominated—Audie Awards,[91] Classic & Solo Narration – Male
2014 Letters to a Young Poet[92]
Murder on the Orient Express[93]
And Then There Were None[94]
Heroes' Welcome, TheThe Heroes' Welcome[95]
Scorpia Rising[96]
Snakehead[97]
Crocodile Tears[98]
The Iliad[99]
The Odyssey[100] Nominated—Audie Award,[101] Classic

Radio and audio drama[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Question of Attribution, AA Question of Attribution[102] Phillips BBC Radio 4
2008 Tennis Court, TheThe Tennis Court[103] Sam Greenwood BBC Radio 4
Dickens Confidential (series 2)[104] Charles Dickens BBC Radio 4
Anthem for Doomed Youth[105] Narrator BBC Armistice exhibition
Josephine Hart Poetry Hour, TheThe Josephine Hart Poetry Hour (episode 1) Narrator BBC Radio 4
2008–2009 Orley Farm[106] Peregrine Orm BBC Radio 4
2009 Lady of the Camellias, TheThe Lady of the Camellias[107] Duval BBC Radio 4
Guilty Until Proven Innocent[108] Jake BBC Radio 4
Music Room, TheThe Music Room[109] Narrator BBC Radio 4
2010 Custom of the Country, TheThe Custom of the Country[110] Ralph Marvell BBC Radio 4
The Secret Pilgrim (episode 1)[111] Ben Cavendish BBC Radio 4
Coral Thief, TheThe Coral Thief[112] Narrator BBC Radio 4
Story of the Siren – E.M. Forster Short Stories, TheThe Story of the Siren – E.M. Forster Short Stories[113] Narrator BBC Radio 4
Cradle of the Snake, TheThe Cradle of the Snake Rick ausGarten Big Finish
2011 Thousand Kisses, AA Thousand Kisses[114] Catullus BBC Radio 3
Widowers' Houses[115] Harry Trench BBC Radio 3
Portrait of Winston[116] Graham Sutherland BBC Radio 4
King James Bible[117] Narrator BBC Radio 4
Short History of Vampires – Dracula's Guest, AA Short History of Vampires – Dracula's Guest[118] Bram Stoker BBC Radio 7
Words & Music – Money[119] Narrator BBC Radio 3
Together – Face It[120] Narrator BBC Radio 4
Spying Game Series – The Living Daylights, TheThe Spying Game Series – The Living Daylights[121] Narrator BBC Radio 4
Something Understood[122] Reader BBC Radio 4
2012 Old Ways, TheThe Old Ways[123] Reader BBC Radio 4

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