Biography

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Julian Wadham (born 7 August 1958) is a British actor of stage, film and television. He has appeared on television as both Charles II (in the 2004 BBC docudrama Wren: The Man Who Built Britain) and George V (in the TV adaptation of the play My Boy Jack). He appeared onstage as Don Pedro (alongside Zoë Wanamaker and Simon Russell Beale) at the Royal National Theatre's 2007-08 production of Much Ado About Nothing.

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Julian Wadham (born 7 August 1958) is a British actor of stage, film and television. He has appeared on television as both Charles II (in the 2004 BBC docudrama Wren: The Man Who Built Britain) and George V (in the TV adaptation of the play My Boy Jack). He appeared onstage as Don Pedro (alongside Zoë Wanamaker and Simon Russell Beale) at the Royal National Theatre's 2007-08 production of Much Ado About Nothing.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 65

Birthday 1958-08-07

Place of Birth Ware, Hertfordshire, England, UK

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Also Known As

  • Julian Neil Rohan Wadham

Acting TV ShowsMovies

2018 Colette as Ollendorff
2018 The Happy Prince as Top Hat
2017 Victoria & Abdul as Alick Yorke
2017 Churchill as Bernard Montgomery
2016 Tokyo Trial (4 episodes) as Erima H. Northcroft
2016 The 9th Life of Louis Drax as Dr. Janek
2014 The Riot Club as Miles' Father
2014 Outlander (3 episodes) as Lord General George Murray
2014 Queen & Country as Colonel Fielding
2013 Father Brown (1 episode) as Colonel Adams
2012 Cheerful Weather for the Wedding as Uncle Bob
2012 The Scapegoat as Headmaster
2012 Now Is Good as Dr. Ryan
2012 Outpost: Black Sun as Hunt
2011 The Iron Lady as Francis Pym
2011 War Horse as Trench Captain
2011 Death in Paradise (2 episodes) as Frank Henderson
2011 Eric & Ernie as Ronnie Waldman
2008 Outpost as Hunt
2007 My Boy Jack as King George V
2007 Inspector Lewis (1 episode) as Tom Rattenbury
2006 Goya's Ghosts as Joseph Bonaparte
2006 Nuremberg: Nazis on Trial (3 episodes) as David Maxell-Fyfe
2006 Ghostboat as Captain Byrnes
2005 Wallis & Edward as Alec Hardinge
2005 Egypt (6 episodes) as Lord Carnarvon
2005 Wah-Wah as Charles Bingham
2005 Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist as Major Granville
2005 The Government Inspector as Jonathan Powell
2005 Tom Brown's Schooldays as Squire Brown
2004 Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking as Hugo Massingham
2004 Exorcist: The Beginning as Major Granville
2004 A Different Loyalty as Andrew Darcy
2004 The Alan Clark Diaries (2 episodes)
2003 Red Cap (1 episode)
2002 Gypsy Woman as Stanley
2002 The Inspector Lynley Mysteries (1 episode) as David Sydeham
2001 High Heels and Low Lifes as Rogers
1998 Highlander: The Raven (1 episode)
1997 Keep the Aspidistra Flying as Ravelston
1997 A Dance to the Music of Time (4 episodes) as General Liddament
1997 Preaching to the Perverted as M'Learned Friend
1997 Midsomer Murders (1 episode)
1997 The Wingless Bird (3 episodes) as Reginald Farrier
1996 The English Patient as Madox
1995 Bramwell (1 episode) as Charles Kilshaw
1995 Kavanagh QC (1 episode)
1994 The Madness of King George as William Pitt Jr.
1994 Middlemarch (6 episodes) as Sir James Chettam
1993 Full Stretch (1 episode)
1992 A Touch of Frost (1 episode) as Harry Monkton (2 episodes)
1992 Between the Lines (1 episode)
1990 Chancer (3 episodes) as Mr. Clements
1989 Stay Lucky (2 episodes)
1988 Mountain Language as Officer
1987 Maurice as Hull
1987 The Ruth Rendell Mysteries (2 episodes)
1986 Casualty (1 episode) as Rev. Tony Vassar
1986 Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy (6 episodes) as Arthur
1983 Taggart (1 episode)
1982 The Agatha Christie Hour (1 episode)
1982 Baal as Johannes
1981 Country
1981 Bergerac (1 episode)
1980 The Gentle Touch (1 episode)

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