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Hugh Bonneville

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Bonneville at the 2011 Minghella Film Festival
Hugh Richard Bonneville Williams

(1963-11-10) 10 November 1963 (age 57)
Paddington, London, England
Alma mater Corpus Christi College, Cambridge
Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art
Years active1990–present
Known forRobert Crawley, Earl of Grantham in Downton Abbey
Lucinda Evans
(m. 1998)

Hugh Richard Bonneville Williams, DL (born 10 November 1963) is an English film and television actor. [1] He is best known for playing Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham in the ITV historical drama series Downton Abbey . His performance on the show earned him a nomination at the Golden Globes and two consecutive Primetime Emmy Award nominations.


Early life and education

Bonneville was born in Paddington, London. His mother was a nurse and father a urological surgeon. [2] He was educated at Dulwich College Preparatory School and at Sherborne School, [3] an independent school in Dorset.

Following secondary education, Bonneville read theology at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, [4] and studied acting at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London. [5] He left Cambridge with a 2:2 in theology and has since said that he tended to do more acting than academic work. [6]

Bonneville is also an alumnus of the National Youth Theatre. [3]



Bonneville's first professional stage appearance was at the Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park. In 1987, he joined the National Theatre where he appeared in several plays, then the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1991, where he played Laertes to Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet (1992–1993). He played Valentine in The Two Gentlemen of Verona , Bergetto in 'Tis Pity She's a Whore , Kastril and later Surly in The Alchemist . [7]

In 1994, Bonneville made his television debut, billed as Richard Bonneville in The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes’s episode The Dying Detective. His debut film was 1994's Mary Shelley's Frankenstein with Robert De Niro and Kenneth Branagh. His early roles were usually good-natured bumbling characters like Bernie in Notting Hill (1999) and Mr Rushworth in Mansfield Park (1999).


In the BBC television series, Take A Girl Like You (2000) and Armadillo (2001), he played more villainous characters, leading up to the domineering Henleigh Grandcourt in Daniel Deronda (2002) and the psychopathic killer James Lampton in The Commander (2003) series. In Love Again, he played the poet Philip Larkin.

In Iris (2001), he played the young John Bayley opposite Kate Winslet, with his performance lauded by critics and receiving a BAFTA nomination for Best Supporting Actor. In 2004, Bonneville played Sir Christopher Wren in the docudrama Wren – The Man Who Built Britain. Bonneville also works extensively in radio. He played the role of Jerry Westerby in the BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of the John le Carré novel The Honourable Schoolboy , first broadcast in January 2010. [8] Earlier, he appeared in the surreal parallel universe comedy Married .


From 2010 until 2015, he appeared in the ITV period drama Downton Abbey , as Robert, Earl of Grantham, a role he repeated in the 2019 film.

In early 2010, he appeared in the comedy film Burke and Hare . [9] In 2011 and 2012, he starred as Ian Fletcher in the award-winning BBC comedy series Twenty Twelve , and reprised the role in the 2014 BBC comedy series W1A . In December 2012, he appeared on BBC Two with co-star Jessica Hynes in World's Most Dangerous Roads, travelling through Georgia. He also appeared in the much-delayed film Hippie Hippie Shake with Cillian Murphy and Sienna Miller.

From 2011 until 2014, Bonneville was the narrator of the Channel 4 show The Hotel .

Bonneville played Mr. Brown in the 2014 film Paddington and its 2017 sequel Paddington 2 . He has appeared in the singing comedic role of The Pirate King in the ABC fairy tale-themed musical comedy extravaganza series Galavant during its 2015 and 2016 seasons. He also narrated the ITV series The Cruise .

In 2017, Bonneville portrayed Lord Mountbatten in director Gurinder Chadha's film Viceroy's House , which depicted the tumult and violence surrounding the Partition of India during the final days of British rule. Also in 2017, he narrated the documentary A Return to Grace: Luther's Life and Legacy and it was announced that Bonneville would play Roald Dahl in an upcoming biopic about the author. [10]

In 2018, Bonneville succeeded Julie Andrews as host and narrator of the annual "From Vienna: The New Year's Celebration" episode of Great Performances , broadcast on New Year's Day on PBS in the United States. [11]

Personal life

Bonneville married Lucinda "Lulu" Evans in 1998. [12] Together they live with their son, Felix, in West Sussex. [13]

In 2009, Bonneville was the voice of Justice Fosse in Joseph Crilly's British premiere of Kitty and Damnation for the Giant Olive Theatre Company at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre in Kentish Town. [14] Shortly thereafter he became Giant Olive's first patron. [15] Bonneville is also a patron of the London children's charity Scene & Heard and an ambassador for WaterAid. [16]

In 2019, Bonneville was appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant of West Sussex. [17] [18]



1994 Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Schiller
1997 Tomorrow Never Dies Air Warfare Officer – HMS Bedford
1999 Notting Hill Bernie
1999 Mansfield Park Mr Rushworth
2001 Blow Dry Louis
2001 High Heels and Low Lifes Farmer
2001 The Emperor's New Clothes Bertrand
2001 Iris Young John Bayley
2003 Conspiracy of Silence Fr. Jack Dowling
2004Piccadilly JimLord Wisbeach
2004 Stage Beauty Samuel Pepys
2005The Commander: VirusJames LamptonUncredited
2005The Commander: BlackoutJames LamptonUncredited
2005 Man to Man Fraser McBride
2005 Asylum Max Raphael
2005 Underclassman Headmaster Felix Powers
2006 Scenes of a Sexual Nature Gerry
2007 Four Last Songs Sebastian Burrows
2007Hola to the WorldPainterShort film
2008One of Those DaysMr BurrellShort film
2008 French Film Jed
2009 Knife Edge Charles Pollock
2009 Glorious 39 Gilbert Williams
2009 From Time to Time Captain Oldknow
2010Critical EyeBrian
2010 Shanghai Ben Sanger
2010Third StarBeachcomber
2010 Burke & Hare Lord Harrington
2010As Time Goes ByN/A
2010 Hippie Hippie Shake John MortimerUnreleased [19]
2011 Third Star Beachcomber
2014 The Monuments Men Lieutenant Donald Jeffries
2014 Muppets Most Wanted Irish Journalist
2014 Paddington Mr Henry Brown
2015 Stick Man Santa ClauseVoice
2015 Silent Hours Commander William Calthorpe
2017 Viceroy's House Lord Mountbatten
2017 Paddington 2 Mr Henry Brown
2017 Journey Beyond Sodor Merlin Voice
2017 Breathe Teddy Hall
2017A Return to Grace: Luther's Life and LegacyNarrator
2019 Downton Abbey Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham
2020 Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey Mr. Delacroix
2021 To Olivia Roald Dahl
2022 The Amazing Maurice The MayorVoice role, in production


1990 Chancer Jas2 episodes
1991DodgemRick Bayne5 episodes
1993 Paul Merton: The Series CaptainEpisode: #2.6"
1993Stalag LuftBartonTelevision movie
1994 The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes Victor SavageEpisode: "The Dying Detective"
Credited as Richard Bonneville
1994 Peak Practice Dominic KentEpisode: "Perfect Love"
1994 Cadfael Daniel AurifaberEpisode: "The Sanctuary Sparrow"
1994 Between the Lines Henry OakesEpisode: "Close Protection"
1995The VetAlan Sinclair6 episodes
1995 EastEnders HeadmasterEpisode: "14 December 1995"
1996 Married for Life Steve Hollingsworth7 episodes
1996 Bugs Nathan PymEpisode: "Bugged Wheat"
1997 Breakout Peter SchneiderTelevision movie
1997 See You Friday DanielEpisode: "#1.1"
1997 The Man Who Made Husbands Jealous Ferdinand FitzgeraldEpisode: #1.1"
1997 Get Well Soon Norman Tucker4 episodes
1998 Heat of the Sun Edward HerbertEpisode: "Hide in Plain Sight"
1998 Mosley Bob Boothby 4 episodes
1998 Holding the Baby Gordon MuirUnknown episodes
1998The Scold's BridleTim DugganTelevision movie
1999 Murder Most Horrid Inspector DawsonEpisode: "Confessions of a Murderer"
2000 Take a Girl Like You Julian Ormerod3 episodes
2000Thursday the 12thBrin HopperTelevision movie
2000 Madame Bovary Charles BovaryTelevision movie
2001 Hans Christian Andersen:
My Life as a Fairytale
PublisherTelevision movie
2001 The Cazalets Hugh Cazalet6 episodes
2001 Armadillo Torquil Helvoir JayneTV film
2002 Midsomer Murders Hugh BartonEpisode: "Ring Out Your Dead"
2002 Tipping the Velvet Ralph BannerEpisode: "#1.3"
2002 Daniel Deronda Henleigh Grandcourt3 episodes
2002ImpactPhil EpsonTelevision movie
2002 The Gathering Storm Ivo PettiferTelevision movie
2002Right Under My EyesJamesTelevision movie
2002The BiographerEricTelevision movie
2002 Doctor Zhivago Andrey ZhivagoTelevision movie
2003 The Commander James LamptonTelevision movie
2003Love Again Philip Larkin Television movie
2003 Hear the Silence Andrew WakefieldTelevision movie
2004Wren: The Man Who Built Britain Christopher Wren TV documentary
2005The Rotter's ClubVoice of Adult Ben2 episodes
2005 The Robinsons George Robinson6 episodes
2006 Courting Alex Julian/Charles Carter10 episodes
2006 Beau Brummell: This Charming Man Prince Regent Television movie
2006 Tsunami: The Aftermath Tony WhittakerTelevision movie
2007 The Vicar of Dibley Jeremy OgilvyEpisode: "The Vicar in White"
2007 Five Days DSI Iain Barclay4 episodes
2007The ReplacementsVoiceEpisode: "London Calling"
2007 The Diary of a Nobody Charles Pooter Television movie
2007 Miss Austen Regrets Rev. Brook BridgesTelevision movie
2007–08 Freezing Matt3 episodes
2008 Bonekickers Gregory Parton6 episodes
2008 Lost in Austen Claude Bennet4 episodes
2008 Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story Sir Hugh Carleton Greene Television movie
2008–11 Country House Rescue Narrator24 episodes
2009 Hunter DSI Iain Barclay2 episodes
2009Ruth Watson's Hotel RescueNarrator6 episodes
2009Legally MadGordon Hamm unaired pilot [20]
2010–15 Downton Abbey Robert Crawley,
Earl of Grantham
52 episodes
2010 Ben Hur Pontius Pilate 2 episodes
2010 Agatha Christie's Poirot Edward MastermanEpisode: "Murder on the Orient Express"
2010 The Silence Chris4 episodes
2010–14 Rev. Roland Wise3 episodes
2011 Doctor Who Captain AveryEpisodes: "The Curse of the Black Spot"
"A Good Man Goes To War"
The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side
Inspector HewittTelevision movie
2011–12 Twenty Twelve Ian Fletcher13 episodes
2011–14 The Hotel Narrator33 episodes
2012Turn Back Time: The FamilyNarrator5 episodes
2012 Getting On Philip MooreEpisode: "#3.6"
2012 World's Most Dangerous Roads N/AEpisode: "#3.2"
2012 Mr Stink Mr StinkTelevision movie
2013 Da Vinci's Demons Duke of Milan Episode: "The Hanged Man"
2014 Top Gear HimselfEpisode: "Star in a Reasonably-Priced Car"
2014–17 W1A Ian Fletcher8 episodes
2015–16 Galavant Pirate King2 Episodes
2015–18 Sofia the First Book Narrator5 episodes
2016 The Hollow Crown Gloucester Episode: "Henry VI, Part I"
2016 Walliams & Friend VariousEpisode 7
2017 The Grand Tour HimselfSeries 2 Episode 3
2017A Return to Grace:
Luther's Life and Legacy
2018Countdown to CalvaryHost/NarratorDocumentary
2018 Thomas & Friends MerlinVoice; Episode: "Seeing is Believing"
2019 Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Narrator2 episodes
2018–21 Great Performances Host/NarratorEpisode "From Vienna: The New Year's Celebration 2018"
Episode "From Vienna: The New Year's Celebration 2019"
Episode "From Vienna: The New Year's Celebration 2020" [21]
Episode "From Vienna: The New Year's Celebration 2021"
2020 Sandylands One-Eyed Man
2020 Amphibia Wigbert RibbitonEpisode: "Swamp and Sensibility" [22]
2020 DuckTales Santa Claus Episode: "How the Santa Stole Christmas" [23]


2001 British Academy Film Award Best Supporting Actor Iris Nominated
European Film Award Best Actor Nominated
2002 Berlin International Film Festival New Talent AwardWon
2006 Monte-Carlo Television Festival Outstanding Actor in a Miniseries Tsunami: The Aftermath Nominated
2012 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series Downton Abbey Nominated
2013 Nominated
2011 Golden Globe Awards Best Actor - Miniseries or Television Film Nominated
2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Ensemble in a Drama Series Won
2013 Nominated
2014 Won
2015 Won
2016 Nominated
2011 Monte-Carlo Television Festival Outstanding Actor in a Drama SeriesNominated
2011 British Comedy Awards Best TV Comedy Actor Twenty Twelve Nominated
2012 British Academy Television Award Best Actor in a Comedy Programme Nominated
2015 W1A Nominated


Commonwealth honours

Commonwealth honours
CountryDateAppointmentPost-nominal letters
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg United Kingdom8 October 2019 Present Deputy Lieutenant of West Sussex [17] [18] DL


University degrees
Flag of England.svg England Corpus Christi College, Cambridge Lower Second Class Honours Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Theology
Flag of England.svg England Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art
Honorary degrees
LocationDateSchoolDegreeGave Commencement Address
Flag of England.svg EnglandOctober 2019 University of Winchester Doctor of Arts (D.Arts) [24] [25]

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