Harry Lloyd is a stage and screen actor who is best known for his part as Young Dennis in the 2011 film the Iron Lady.In 2007 Lloyd made his professional stage debut in...Read More
Harry Lloyd is a stage and screen actor who is best known for his part as Young Dennis in the 2011 film the Iron Lady.
Harry Lloyd’s television career started auspiciously well, with an early role in 1999 in the BBC’s David Copperfield adaptation. After several other parts, in 2005 he landed the role of Matt in The Bill and Damon in Holby City, both in 2005. Among very many other appearances, he has appeared in Robin Hood 1 and 2 (2006 and 2007), Doctor Who 3 (2007), The Devil’s Whore (2008), Lewis (2008), Dickens’ Great Expectations (2011) and Henry IV parts 1 and 2 (also 2011).
In 2007 Lloyd made his professional stage debut in none other but the West End, with the part of John in Bash at the Trafalgar Studios. This same year, he performed in The Family Plays at The Royal Court, and in 2008 took the role of Willy in Theatre Royal Haymarket Productions’ The Sea. In 2009 he played Rodolpho in Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge, performing at the West End’s Duke of York’s Theatre and on a National Tour, working under Lindsay Posner’s direction. In 2009, he played at the Arcola Theatre in Ghosts. His two subsequent productions were under Jamie Lloyd’s direction, with the part of Alex in The Little Dog Laughed (2010) and the role of evil brother Ferdinand in The Old Vic’s The Duchess of Malfi (2012).
In film, Lloyd has played the part of Richard Mason in the 2010 production of Jane Eyre, the part of Young Dennis in Phyllida Lloyd’s The Iron Lady (2011), and Virgil in Closer to the Moon (also in 2011). On radio, he has worked with BBC Radio 4 on numerous occasions, in The Promise, The Killing, and with the short story reading of Chattering (all between 2009 and 2010).
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