Joseph Millson

Joseph Millson (born 27 April 1974)[1] is an English actor and singer. He trained at the Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama in Sidcup, London.

Joseph Millson
Born (1974-04-27) 27 April 1974
OccupationActor
Years active1998–present
Spouse(s)Caroline Fitzgerald (1999–2011)
Sarah-Jane Potts (2013–present)
Children2

Personal life

Millson married singer and actress Caroline Fitzgerald in the summer of 1999. The two had two children, Jessica and Gabriel. In mid-2012, he dated Downton Abbey actress Michelle Dockery for five months. In October 2012, it was reported in various media outlets that they had split. Millson met his current wife Sarah-Jane Potts in 2011 while they were co-workers on Holby City, a medical drama television series. The two wed on 31 December 2013.[1] Millson has a stepson, Buster, from Potts' first's marriage to actor Tony Denman.

Filmography

Theatre

YearWorkRoleNotes
1998Black ComedyGeorg BambergerComedy Theatre, London
2001Four Nights in Knaresborough
2003-2004As You Like ItOrlandoPeter Hall Company
Nominated - Ian Charleson Awards
2004The Lifted VeilThe National, London
Pillars of the CommunityJohan TorrensenThe National, London
2006Much Ado About NothingBenedickRoyal Shakespeare Company
King JohnThe BastardRoyal Shakespeare Company
2009Every Good Boy Deserves FavourIvanovThe National
HamletStafford Castle Theatre
The Priory
2010Love Never DiesViscount Raoul de ChagnyAdelphi Theatre, London
2011Rocket to the MoonBen StarkThe National, London
2013MacbethMacbethShakespeare's Globe
2015Mr Foote's Other LegDavid GarrickHampstead Theatre
2017 Apologia Dual role of Kristin's sons Trafalgar Studios

Television and film

YearShowRoleNotes
1998In ExileRaphael1 episode
1999-2001Peak PracticeDr Sam Morgan23 episodes
2001Lily Savage's Blankety BlankHimself1 episode[2]
2002EastEndersJason James2 episodes
Holby CityPaul Fry1 episode
2003DoctorsSteve Parkinson1 episode
2005ShakespeaRe-ToldBilly BanquoMacbeth
The Ghost SquadDS Vinny Thomas1 episode
2006New TricksTom Christie1 episode
Casino RoyaleCarter
2007–2008The Sarah Jane AdventuresAlan Jackson11 episodes
2007Talk to MeWoody4 episodes
2008Midsomer MurdersJames ParkesS 11 ep 6
Harley StreetJeff Turner1 episode
SurvivorsJimmy Garland1 episode
Telstar: The Joe Meek Story
2009Ashes to AshesDr Battleford1 episode
Comedy ShowcaseMatthew Beer1 episode, "Campus"
EnidHanly BlytonTelemovie
2010S.N.U.B!Bomb disposal NCO
2011ReunitedMartinPilot
2011CampusMatthew Beer5 episodes
The RomanticsLord Byron
Mount PleasantMark1 episode
2013I Give It a Year
The Dead 2: IndiaNicholas Burton
201424: Live Another DayDerrick Yates3 episodes
2015BanishedMajor Ross
Penny DreadfulCaptain Branson
2015-2017The Last KingdomAelfric
2018AmeriCANJim Mitchel1 episode
Tango OneAndrew Hathaway
RansomKeith Taylor1 episode
2019 Dragonheart: Vengeance Darius[3]
2019 Angel Has Fallen FBI Agent Ramirez

Critical reception

Financial Times critic in May 2006: "I have seen actors from Alan Bates to Matthew Macfadyen play Shakespeare’s Benedick, but Joseph Millson’s performance in the new RSC production strikes me as definitive. Handsome in voice and in person, he can carry the audience on his roar and draw it into his hush. The elements of wit, anger and vulnerability are thrillingly mixed in this actor".[4]

References

  1. http://www.josephmillson.com/content/biography
  2. "Series 1, Episode 1". Lily Savage's Blankety Blank. 7 January 2001. ITV1. Repeated 22 August 2016 on Challenge.
  3. "Dragonheart Vengeance: has wrapped filming | Joseph Millson". www.josephmillson.com. 30 December 2018. Retrieved 30 December 2018.
  4. MacAulay, Alastair (22 May 2006). "Much Ado about Nothing, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon". The Financial Times. Retrieved 20 May 2010.
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