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Welsh star: Aneurin Barnard
Barnard is best known for playing Davy in the Comedy ‘what We need!’ (‘Hunky Dory’), Claude in the drama ‘Emanuel and the truth about fishes’ (‘The Truth About Emanuel’), Robert ‘Bobby’ Willis, Jr. in the mini-series ‘Cilla’ and king Richard III in the mini-series ‘the White Queen’.
Aneurin Barnard was born in the former County of Ogur in Central Glamorgan, Wales (Mid Glamorgan, Wales), 8 may 1987. His mother June, a factory worker, his father Terry Barnard — miner. The actor has a sister named Cheri.
Barnard went to school in a unitary administrative unit Wales called the rhondda cynon TAFF, Cynon, TAF (Rhondda Cynon Taf). He starred in the TV series ‘Jacob’s Ladder’ the Welsh channel HTV Wales’ at the age of 12 years.
Aneirin studied acting at the Royal Welsh College of music and drama, graduating in 2008. studied Kimberley Nixon, was featured in the film ‘Cherry bomb’ (‘Cherrybomb’) and Tom Cullen.
Barnard played a fearless young Melchior at the London premiere of the Broadway musical ‘Spring awakening’ , who was awarded with the prize ‘Tony’. Premiered in February 2009, theatre ‘Lyric Hammersmith’ king street. March-may 2009 the musical was held in the theater ‘Novello Theatre’. For participation in ‘Spring awakening’ actor earned the Award of Lawrence Olivier in 2010.
Anarina can be seen in episodes of the TV series ‘Doctors’, ‘Catastrophe’ , ‘Shameless’ and ‘Y Pris’. He also appeared in the short films ‘Big day’ (‘The Big Day’), ‘Night on the Tiles’ and ‘Owl Creek Bridge’. The latter won the award ‘BAFTA Cymru’, the Welsh branch of the British Academy of film and television arts.
On the stage Barnard played don Lockwood in the musical ‘singin’ in the rain (‘Singin’ in the Rain’). Even during College, the actor has mentioned in productions of ‘the Caucasian chalk circle’ (‘Der kaukasische Kreidekreis’, eng. ‘The Caucasian Chalk Circle’), ‘the importance of being earnest’ (‘The Importance of Being Earnest’), ‘Hobson’s Choice’ and ‘West Side Story’. In recent Barnard played Tony. In addition, the actor was invited to the radio show ‘Under the canopy of the milky forest’ (‘Under Milk Wood’).
Aneirin starred in the adventure film ‘the expendables’ (‘Ironclad’), in which the unfolding events in 1215. within his role, he performed ‘the Magna Carta’ with the requirements of the English nobility by king John of England (John Lackland). In this film, also played by Paul Giamatti, Derek Jacobi, Mackenzie crook (Michael Crook), and others.
In 2011, Barnard was in the ensemble cast of the Comedy ‘what We need!’ with Minnie Driver. The story develops in the hot summer of 1976, in a secondary school in Swansea . Aneurin plays Davy and takes in the frame hits of the 1970s, including ‘Life on Mars’ David Bowie and ‘Love Reign O’er Me’ the Who’s.
In January 2012, the Barnard played photographer David Bailey in teledrama ‘We will conquer Manhattan’ (‘We’ll Take Manhattan’), which starred Karen Gillan. In the same year the actor played the horror film ‘Elfie Hopkins’, Jamie Winstone. In 2013 the candidacy of Aneirin was considered for the lead role of Jack in the film ‘Jack the giant Slayer’. Another candidate was Aaron Taylor-Johnson , however, in the end, the role went to Nicholas Hoult.
Barnard got the lead, Adam, in the film the’Guinea Pigs’ ‘Vertigo’. This atmospheric low-budget horror, more known under the name ‘Clinic’ / ‘Facility’ , talks about the volunteers who are forced to fight for his life when the test drug has side effects. Anarina can also be seen in another horror film, ‘Citadel’ where his character, Tommy Cowley, escapes himself, and rescues his daughter from a gang of youngsters in hoods.
In April-June 2012, Barnard starred in a fantasy ‘Mariah Mundi and the Midas box’ (‘The Adventurer: The Curse of The Midas Box’)
the South-West of England. The Welshman played the main role of young Mariah Mundi; recently it became known about the launch of the continuation of the painting — titled ‘Mariah Mundi and the Tablets of fate’ (‘Mariah Mundi and the Tablets of Destiny’). In 2013, Aneirin became a member of the film ‘Trap for Cinderella’ , based on the novel by Sebastian Japrisot (Sébastien Japrisot), and played the role of Claude in the drama of Francesca Gregorini ‘Emanuel and the truth about fishes’.
In 2014, Aneirin was supposed to play Charles knight in a sci-Fi film ‘Grotesque’, together with Nicholas Holt, Alex Ryde, Ivan Dorschner and Allen leech. However, the fate of the project remains unknown. In the same year Barnard received the role of Mykola in war drama ‘the Devil’s Harvest’ (‘Bitter Harvest’), which was released in 2016.
Barnard played Liverpool music Manager Robert ‘Bobby’ Willis, Jr. (Bobby Willis) in the mini-series ITV ‘Cilla’, about the early life of Cilla Black and her rise to fame.
In 2016, Aneurin got the role of Prince Boris Trubeckogo in the new film adaptation of ‘War and peace’ L. N. Tolstoy (Leo Tolstoy). It is known that currently the actor is preparing to shoot the Thriller Guillaume Morales  ‘Shomer’.

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