Ineson in 2011
Ralph Michael Ineson
15 December 1969
|Occupation||Actor and narrator|
Ralph Michael Ineson (born 15 December 1969) is an English actor and narrator. Known for his deep, rumbling voice, his most notable roles include William in The Witch , Dagmer Cleftjaw in Game of Thrones , Amycus Carrow in the last three Harry Potter films, Donald Bamford in the BBC drama series Goodnight Sweetheart , Chris Finch in the BBC sitcom The Office , and Nikolai Tarakanov in the HBO historical drama miniseries Chernobyl .
Ralph Michael Inesonwas born in Leeds on 15 December 1969, and educated at Woodleigh School and Pocklington School. In the early 1990s, after studying theatre at Lancaster University's Furness College, he worked as a teacher and cricket coach at York Sixth Form College.
He played the recurring character Chris Finch in the BBC comedy The Office .He starred as Donald Bamford in the sitcom Goodnight Sweetheart , as Zack in the soap opera Coronation Street , and played ex-soldier Sam Walker in the first series of Spooks . He played Luke Mullen in the BBC drama Playing the Field . He had a minor part in episode four of the first series of BBC drama This Life . He starred in Suburban Shootout , which aired on Paramount Comedy and Five. He played Frank Monk in series 7 of Waking The Dead in the episode "Wounds". He played Dagmer Cleftjaw in the second season of HBO's Game of Thrones . He also appeared in an Imperial Leather advert as a fireman.
Ineson had a minor role in the fifth and sixth series of BBC drama Waterloo Road in 2009 playing the role of Jon Fry. He had a small role in an episode of Channel 4 comedy The IT Crowd , as Paul, a buttock-kissing masseur, in the series four episode "Something Happened". In the 2012 ITV Titanic mini-series he played Steward Hart. In 2016, he appeared in the third season of the BBC Two series Peaky Blinders , playing the part of Connor Nutley.[ citation needed ]
Ineson's Hollywood film credits include First Knight , From Hell , Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll and a brief role in The Damned United . He played Amycus Carrow, a Death Eater, in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince , Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 and Part 2 . He also appeared in the 2008 film Cass , as Sergeant Mullins.
In 2014, he appeared in the Marvel Studios film Guardians of the Galaxy .Also in 2014, he had a small role in the spy film Kingsman: The Secret Service , playing a policeman who interviews Eggsy.
He played William alongside Anya Taylor-Joy and Kate Dickie in Robert Eggers's critically acclaimed debut film The Witch , which saw Eggers win Best Director at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.
Ineson appeared in a minor role as a First Order officer in the 2017 film Star Wars: The Last Jedi . His role was originally bigger, but most of his performance ended up on the cutting room floor.The cut material is available in a deleted scene on the 2018 Blu-ray release of the film.
Ineson has used his distinctive Yorkshire accent in a variety of voice over work. He has narrated TV programmes Licence to Drill , Salvage Hunters on the Discovery Channel, the 2010 Sky TV series Inside Gatwick , and the BBC1 series Claimed and Shamed.
In the 2012–2013 BBC Radio 4 dramatisations of the ten Martin Beck police novels by Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö, Ineson played policeman Gunvald Larsson.
In 2013, he voiced the Channel 4 series Skint which followed the lives of British families from underprivileged backgrounds. In 2015, he narrated Countryside 999 on BBC One. In 2009 he narrated the BBC One documentary Series Gears and Tears which follows the characters of British BriSCA Formula 1 Stock Cars.
Ineson previously served as the narrator in a series of commercials for Newcastle Brown Ale.
TV adverts that have used his voice include: lastminute.com, Dacia cars, Gaviscon and Wickes.He also did the Sky Bet adverts during Sky Sports football coverage.
In video games, Ineson returned to voice Amycus Carrow in the video game adaptation of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 , and gave his voice and likeness for the infamous pirate Charles Vane in Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag .
Ineson married Ali Milner, the editor of make-up artist magazine Warpaint, at Cliveden in December 2003. They have a son named Luc (born 1999) and a daughter named Rebecca (born 2003).
|1997||Shooting Fish||Mr. Ray|
|South West 9||Liam|
|2007||The Last Thing to Go Through a Fly's Mind||Short film|
|Shoot on Sight||Marber|
|2008||Is Anybody There?||Mr. Kelly|
|2009||The Damned United||A crazy wild-haired reporter|
|Suicide Man||DJ (voice)||Short film|
|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince||Amycus Carrow|
|2010||Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll||The Sulphate Strangler|
|Another Year||Drill Worker|
|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1||Amycus Carrow|
|2011||Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2|
|2013||The Selfish Giant||Johnny Jones|
|2014||Guardians of the Galaxy||Ravager Pilot|
|Kingsman: The Secret Service||Policeman|
|2016||The Huntsman: Winter's War||Barkeep|
|Star Wars: The Last Jedi||Colonel Ansiv Garmuth||Deleted scene|
|2018||The Hurricane Heist||Connor Perkins|
|Ready Player One||Rick|
|The Ballad of Buster Scruggs||Posse Leader||Segment: "Near Algodones"|
|Brahms: The Boy II||Joseph|
|Here Are the Young Men|
|2021||Everybody's Talking About Jamie||Wayne New||Post-production|
|The Green Knight||The Green Knight||Post-production|
|Gunpowder Milkshake||Jim McAlester||Post-production|
|The Tragedy of Macbeth||Post-production|
|1993||Spender||Alex||Episode: "Best Friends"|
|1993–2009||The Bill||Alan Trent / Greg Simm / Robert Carmichael /|
Paul Gibson / Billy Wylie / Derek Crew
|1994||All Quiet on the Preston Front||Iggy||Episode: "Diesel's Garage"|
|99-1||Brian||Episode: "The Cost of Living"|
|The Cinder Path||Arthur Benton||Miniseries|
|Screen Two||Policeman||Episode: "O Mary This London"|
|Out of the Blue||Ricki Sellars||Episode: "#1.2"|
|Chandler & Co||Roderick Tully||Episode: "End of Term"|
|1996||Goodnight Sweetheart||Donald||Episode: "There's Something About a Soldier"|
|This Life||Jessop||Episode: "Sex, Lies and Muesli Yoghurt"|
|Kiss and Tell||Sergeant Beddowes||Television film|
|1997||Kavanagh QC||DCI Chris Sampson||Episode: "The Ties That Bind"|
|1998||Dangerfield||Jake Gilmore||Episode: "Local Colour"|
|Children of the New Forest||William Hammond||Television film|
|1998–2002||Playing the Field||Luke Mullen||32 episodes|
|1998, 2005||Heartbeat||Tel Philips / Corporal Fisher||2 episodes|
|1999||Touching Evil||Chris Wray||2 episodes|
|Bostock's Cup||Clive Kennard||Television film|
|2001–2003||The Office||Chris Finch||7 episodes|
|2002||Dangerfield||Clive Kennard||Television film|
|Spooks||Sam Walker||Episode: "One Last Dance"|
|Holby City||Dale Warner||Episode: "Calculated Risks"|
|2002, 2011||Doctors||Billy Hollins / Martin Davies||2 episodes|
|2003||The Afternoon Play||Rob Coles||Episode: "The Real Arnie Griffin"|
|In Deep||Craig||Episode: "Character Assassins: Part 1"|
|Thursday the 12th||Collins||Television film|
|Between the Sheets||Mark Ainsley||6 episodes|
|2004||Black Books||Richard (voice)||Episode: "Moo-Ma and Moo-Pa"|
|Blue Murder||Bob Urwin||Episode: "Lonely"|
|A Line in the Sand||Det. Sgt. Bill Davies||Miniseries|
|2005||The Walk||Lawrence||Television film|
|Murder in Suburbia||William Marshal||Episode: "Dogs"|
|Coronation Street||Zack||9 episodes|
|The Virgin Queen||Dr. William Cowes||2 episodes|
|2005, 2008||Casualty||Raymond Thurber / Martin Woodbridge||2 episodes|
|2006||Missing||DCI John Carter||2 episodes|
|Dalziel and Pascoe||James Maddern||Episode: "The Cave Woman"|
|The Only Boy for Me||Lawrence||Television film|
|Losing It||Mr. Granger||Television film|
|2006–2007||Suburban Shootout||Jeremy Hazledine||11 episodes|
|2007||Die Ludolfs – 4 Brüder auf'm Schrottplatz||Narrator (voice)||Episode: "Flower Power in Dernbach"|
|Lead Balloon||Bob Marlin||Episode: "Giraffe"|
|2008||Waking the Dead||Frank Monk||Episode: "Wound" Parts 1 & 2|
|New Tricks||D.I. Hamilton||Episode: "Mad Dogs"|
|2009–2010||Waterloo Road||John Fry||9 episodes|
|2010||The IT Crowd||Paul the Masseuse||Episode: "Something Happened"|
|Merlin||Jarl||Episode: "The Coming of Arthur: Part One"|
|2011||The Body Farm||Miles Leyton||Episode: "You've Got Visitors"|
|2011–2012||Case Sensitive||DC Colin Sellers||Four-part miniseries|
|2011–present||Salvage Hunters||Narrator (voice over)||All episodes|
|2012||Game of Thrones||Dagmer Cleftjaw||5 episodes|
|Secret State||Sgt. Wrigglesworth||Four-part miniseries|
|2013||Pramface||DS Sullivan||Episode: "Tinker, Tiger, Lobster"|
|Count Arthur Strong||Roger the Policeman||Episode: "Arthur.com"|
|Vera||Ross Strachan||Episode: "Prodigal Son"|
|Ambassadors||Captain Jones||Episode: "The Tazbek Spring"|
|2014||Inspector George Gently||Arthur Hawkes||Episode: "Gently Going Under"|
|New Worlds||Stackpole||2 episodes|
|2015||Drunk History||King Henry II||Episode: "Episode Seven"|
|Bluestone 42||Mike Slater||Episode: "#3.2"|
|The Interceptor||Yorkie||Episode: "Episode 6"|
|Prey||DCI Mike Ward||3 episodes|
|2016||Peaky Blinders||Connor Nutley||2 episodes|
|Porridge||Richie Weeks||Television special|
|2017||Sherlock||Vince||Episode: "The Final Problem"|
|Absentia||Adam Radford||10 episodes|
|Star vs. the Forces of Evil||Demoncist (voice)||Episode: "Demoncism/Sophomore Slump"|
|2018||Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure||Cutter (voice)||Episode: "Beyond the Corona Walls"|
|2019||Chernobyl||General Nikolai Tarakanov||2 episodes|
|The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance||The Hunter (skekMal) (voice)|| Netflix series|
|The Capture||DCI Alex Boyd||6 episodes|
|1992||York Mystery Plays||Herod's Heavy|
|York Theatre Royal|
|2015||Hangmen||Inspector Fry||Royal Court Theatre|
|2011||Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2||Amycus Carrow|
|2013||Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag||Charles Vane|
|2007||Golden Nymph Awards||Outstanding Actor - Comedy Series||Suburban Shootout||Nominated|
|2016||BloodGuts UK Horror Awards||Best Supporting Actor||The Witch||Nominated|
|Fright Meter Awards||Best Supporting Actor||Nominated|
|2017||Fangoria Chainsaw Awards||Best Supporting Actor||Nominated|
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The home release has the extended version of the "Mega Destroyer Incursion" by Finn, Rose, and DJ. It includes a lot more tension, more humor, a visual homage to the classic ‘50s romantic dramedy The Apartment, and even a cameo by Ralph Ineson (The Witch) as a First Order officer who's onto their games.