Henry Lloyd-Hughes

Henry Lloyd-Hughes (born 1 August 1985)[1] is an English actor. He is known for his roles in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005), Unrelated (2007), The Inbetweeners (2008–2010), Miliband of Brothers (2010), Weekender (2011), Anna Karenina (2012), Parade's End (2012), and Indian Summers (2015). As of 2018 he voices Flynn Fairwind in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth.

Henry Lloyd-Hughes
Lloyd-Hughes in April 2009
Born (1985-08-01) 1 August 1985
RelativesBen Lloyd-Hughes (brother)
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Lloyd-Hughes in November 2013

Personal life

He was born in 1985 in the United Kingdom, the son of Lucy Appleby and Timothy Lloyd-Hughes, a long-time senior executive with Deutsche Bank. He has two younger brothers, record executive Theo Lloyd-Hughes and actor Ben Lloyd-Hughes. Both Henry and Ben acted in Miliband of Brothers. Fred Macpherson, lead singer of the band Spector, and formerly of Les Incompétents and Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man, is his cousin.[2]


Lloyd-Hughes first appeared in the TV series Murphy's Law in 2004 before playing Roger Davies in the 2005 film Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.[3][4] He then appeared in Joanna Hogg's film Unrelated in 2007 alongside Tom Hiddleston.

From 2008–2010 he played school bully Mark Donovan in the British sitcom The Inbetweeners.[3] He reprised the role in the film The Inbetweeners Movie in 2011. In 2010, he portrayed former British Labour Party politician David Miliband in the TV film documentary Miliband of Brothers.[3]

In 2011, he starred in the film Dimensions as Stephen, a brilliant young scientist who lives in England in the 1920s.[5] The same year, he appeared in the film Weekender about the 1990 Manchester rave scene.[6]

In the 2012 epic romantic drama film Anna Karenina, he played Burisov alongside Keira Knightley and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.[7] In 2013, he starred in the film Hello Carter with Jodie Whittaker.[3]

Lloyd-Hughes played Charles Bovary in the drama film Madame Bovary with Mia Wasikowska in the title role and which was released in 2014.[3][8]


Lloyd-Hughes has appeared in numerous theatre productions, including Rope, The Miracle, Punk Rock, and The Changeling.[4][9]

In 2012, he starred as Dimitri Mitropoulos in the play Posh, which played at the Duke of York’s Theatre.[4] Michael Billington of The Guardian said of Lloyd-Hughes's performance that he "impresses as a wealthy Greek who aims to be more English than the English".[10]



Year Title Role Notes
2005 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Roger Davies
2007 Unrelated Jack
2008 Telstar: The Joe Meek Story Teddy Boy
2010 Into the Night[7] Ollie Short film
2011 Dimensions Stephen
2011 Anonymous Bear Baiter
2011 The Inbetweeners Movie Mark Donovan
2011 Acting = Intensity + Rebellion The Actor Video short
2011 Weekender Matt
2011 R[7] Rick Short film
2011 Colonel Gaddafi: The Lost Footage Muamar Short
2012 A Fantastic Fear of Everything PC Taser
2012 Anna Karenina Burisov
2013 Hello Carter[7] Nicholas Renfrew
2014 Insomniacs[7] Theo Short film
2014 Residents Jack Short film
2014 Madame Bovary Charles Bovary
2015 Man Up Daniel
2016 Now You See Me 2 Allen Scott-Frank


Year Title Role Notes
2004 Murphy's Law Jenson Dawlish Episode: "Convent"
2005 The Rotters' Club Culpepper 3 episodes
2007 M.I.High Kyle Whittaker Episode: "Nerd Alert"
2008–2010 The Inbetweeners Mark Donovan 9 episodes
2009 Not Safe for Work Ray Ray Television film
2010 Dirty Sexy Funny Various roles Multiple episodes
2010 Miliband of Brothers David Miliband Television film documentary
2011 Shirley Kenneth Hume Television film
2012 The Cricklewood Greats Paulo DeMarco Television film
2012 Parade's End Captain Notting Episode: "Episode Five"
2013 Ambassadors Simon Broughton Episode: "The Rabbit Never Escapes"
2014 The Great War: The People's Story Duff Cooper Episode: "Episode Four"
2015–2016 Indian Summers Ralph Whelan TV series
2017 Will Edward Alleyn Episode: "Cowards Die Many Times"
2018 Les Misérables Pontmercy TV Miniseries
2018 The Durrells of Corfu Durant Episode 3.3
2019 The Inbetweeners: Fwends Reunited Himself 1 episode (special)
2019 Killing Eve Aaron Peel Season 2


Year Title Role Venue
2008 The Miracle[11] Lorenzo The National
2009 Rope[12] Kenneth Raglan Almeida Theatre
2009 Punk Rock[13] Bennet Francis Lyric Hammersmith
2012 The Changeling[4] Lord Tomazo / Antonio Young Vic
2012 Posh Dimitri Mitropoulos Duke of York’s Theatre


Year Title Role Channel
2013 The Means to an End[14] Dustin BBC Radio 4

Video games

Year Title Role
2014 Dragon Age: Inquisition Talwyn/Servis/Crestwood Grey Warden (voices)
2018 World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth Flynn Fairwind (voice)


  1. Shahesta Shaitly (8 October 2011). "Why we're watching… Henry Lloyd-Hughes". The Guardian. Retrieved 8 June 2014.
  2. "Henry Lloyd-Hughes interview: From the Inbetweeners to the last days". 13 February 2015.
  3. Miranda Kiek (9 October 2013). "Gentleman's relish: Henry Lloyd-Hughes is set to star alongside Hollywood's finest in 'Hello Carter'". The Independent. Retrieved 9 June 2014.
  4. "Exclusive Interview: Henry Lloyd-Hughes Talks 'Posh'". Theatre People. 21 May 2012. Retrieved 9 June 2014.
  5. Sarah Cooper (2 August 2011). "Henry Lloyd-Hughes, Camilla Rutherford star in Dimensions". Screen Daily. Retrieved 9 June 2014.
  6. "Weekender's junior gangster carry-on blows the 1990 nostalgia high". Metro. 1 September 2011. Retrieved 9 June 2014.
  7. "Henry Lloyd-Hughes Resume". Curtis Brown Literary and talent agency. Retrieved 9 June 2014.
  8. "Henry Lloyd-Hughes To Star With Mia Wasikowska in 'Madame Bovary'". Deadline Hollywood. 22 August 2013. Retrieved 9 June 2014.
  9. Charles Spencer (3 February 2012). "The Changeling, Young Vic, review". The Telegraph. Retrieved 9 June 2014.
  10. Michael Billington (15 April 2010). "Posh Royal Court, London". The Guardian. Retrieved 9 June 2014.
  11. Lin Coghlan (2008). The Miracle. London: Oberon Books. p. 8. ISBN 978-1-84002-841-6. Retrieved 9 June 2014.
  12. "Blake Ritson and Henry Lloyd-Hughes star in Rope". Curtis Brown Literary and talent agency. 17 December 2009. Retrieved 9 June 2014.
  13. "Curtis Brown: Punk Rock". Curtis Brown Literary and talent agency. Retrieved 9 June 2014.
  14. "Afternoon Drama: The Means To An End". BBC. 27 June 2013. Retrieved 9 June 2014.
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