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Born: September 5, 1974 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Staffordshire, England, GB Profession: actor, director, writer, photographer, musician

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Possessing an enormous wealth of animated charm, along with a touch of quiet intensity, actor Paddy Considine established himself as a talented performer in his relatively short career. From the time he made his feature debut in friend Shane Meadows' "A Room for Romeo Brass" (1999), Considine amassed a number of credits that displayed his versatility, particularly in roles that required morally or mentally troubled characters. He delivered fine turns in the stark drama, "Last Resort" (2000), while doing a 180 degree turn for the lighthearted romantic comedy "Born Romantic" (2000). Considine's exceptional performances often exceeded rather underwhelming material, as so happened with Michael Winterbottom's "24 Hour Party People" (2002). He shined as an Irish immigrant who struggles to make good in the United States in Jim Sheridan's critically hailed semi-autobiographical drama, "In America" (2003). Following smaller supporting roles in studio fare like "Cinderella Man" (2005) and "The Bourne Ultimatum" (2007), Considine excelled in lower profile projects like "The Cry of the Owl" (2009), "Red Riding: 1980" (Channel 4, 2009) and "Blitz" (20110), which once again allowed the actor to put the full...

Possessing an enormous wealth of animated charm, along with a touch of quiet intensity, actor Paddy Considine established himself as a talented performer in his relatively short career. From the time he made his feature debut in friend Shane Meadows' "A Room for Romeo Brass" (1999), Considine amassed a number of credits that displayed his versatility, particularly in roles that required morally or mentally troubled characters. He delivered fine turns in the stark drama, "Last Resort" (2000), while doing a 180 degree turn for the lighthearted romantic comedy "Born Romantic" (2000). Considine's exceptional performances often exceeded rather underwhelming material, as so happened with Michael Winterbottom's "24 Hour Party People" (2002). He shined as an Irish immigrant who struggles to make good in the United States in Jim Sheridan's critically hailed semi-autobiographical drama, "In America" (2003). Following smaller supporting roles in studio fare like "Cinderella Man" (2005) and "The Bourne Ultimatum" (2007), Considine excelled in lower profile projects like "The Cry of the Owl" (2009), "Red Riding: 1980" (Channel 4, 2009) and "Blitz" (20110), which once again allowed the actor to put the full breadth of his talents on display.

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DIRECTOR:

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  Tyrannosaur (2011)

CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Macbeth (2015)
2.
 Honour (2014)
3.
 Child 44 (2014)
4.
 Miss You Already (2014)
5.
 World's End, The (2013)
6.
 Blitz (2011)
7.
 Submarine (2011)
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Formed indie band called She Talks to Angels with Shane Meadows and Nick Hemmings; played drums for group
1999:
Feature debut when friend and director Shane Meadows cast him as the disturbed Morell in "A Room For Romeo Brass"
2000:
Played Alfie, a washed-up boxer in Pawel Pawlikowski┬┐s "Last Resort"
2001:
Had a small role in the crime-comedy "The Martins"
2002:
Played volatile music manager Rob Gretton in "24 Hour Party People"
2003:
Co-starred with Samantha Morton in Jim Sheridan's "In America"
2004:
Co-wrote with Meadows and starred as the revengeful brother in "Dead Man's Shoes"
2004:
Re-teamed with director Pawlikowski to play Phil the Born-Again Christian in "My Summer of Love"
2005:
Appeared in "Cinderella Man" alongside Russell Crowe and Renee Zellweger
2005:
Portrayed the killer of Rolling Stones founder Bryan Jones in "Stoned"
2006:
Starred in the Spanish thriller "Bosque de sombras" ("BackWoods") with Gary Oldman
2006:
Starred in "Pu-239," a black comedy opposite Radha Mitchell
2007:
Directed and wrote the short "Dog Altogether"; film partially based on the life of his father Joseph
2007:
Portrayed a newspaper reporter in "The Bourne Ultimatum"
2009:
Co-starred with Julia Stiles in the drama thriller "The Cry of the Owl"
2010:
Acted in "Submarine," a coming-of-age film co-produced by Ben Stiller
2011:
Wrote and directed the drama feature "Tyrannosaur"
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Education

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Brighton University: -

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