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Dan Stevens: Biography
Daniel Jonathan Stevens is a British-born actor who gained fame after playing the role of Matthew Crowley in the television series Downton Abbey.

Dan was born on October 10, 1982 in London and was left in the baby house. Soon the family of teachers adopted the baby. Together with new parents and step-brother, Dan settled in the Croydon area. When it came time to go to school, the boy was identified in a private boarding house Tonbridge, which was located in Kent.

At the boarding school, Dan tried himself for the first time on the theater stage. Friendship with a teacher, writer Jonathan Smith, who recognized the talent of an actor as a young man, contributed to his passion for theater. Mentor was not afraid to entrust Stevens, who has a stately figure (Dan’s height – 183 cm) and expressive voice, the main role in the play “Macbeth” in the first year of classes in the theater studio.

After completing his studies at school, the young man entered Emmanuel College in Cambridge, where he began to study English literature in depth, which he quickly excelled at. In parallel with his studies, Dan attended classes at the Marlowe Society and the Footlights Theater Club, which at various times involved Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry, Emma Thompson, Ben Miller and other celebrities.

At the National Youth Theater in 1997, Stevens managed to get the role of the killer king in the favorite play “Macbeth”, directed by Peter Hall. Dan’s partner, reincarnated as the heroine of Lady Macbeth, was Hall’s daughter Rebecca. This statement influenced the further creative biography of the actor.

Soon Stevens went along with the theater troupe on a UK tour, visiting Kingston-upon-Thames. In 2004, the band flew to the United States, where performances took place at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York, at the Curran Theater in San Francisco, and at the Ammanson Theater in Los Angeles. The tour was crowned with success: for the role of the aristocrat Orlando from the comedy How You Like It, Dan Stevens was nominated for England’s main theater prize – Ian Charleson Awards.

Films
The first appearance of the actor on the big screen was a supporting role in the 2004 Frankenstein mini-series. In 2006, Dan played in the fantasy thriller “Dracula” one of the main characters – Lord Arthur Holmwood. In the same year, the actor made his debut in the main role of the three-part drama “Line of Beauty”, created by order of the BBC channel.

A year later, he appeared on ITV’s “Miss Marple Agatha Christie” television series, Dan was in the main cast of the latest adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel “Feeling and Sensitivity” – “Reason and Feelings”. Together with Stevens, young English actors Hattie Morahan, Charity Wakefield and David Morrissey played the main roles. In 2009, two films were released – the horror of “Turning a Screw” with Michelle Dockery, where Dan played a doctor Fisher, and the German drama “Hilda”, in which the actor got the main role of David Cameron.

In 2010, Stevens’s filmography was replenished with the British television film Downton Abbey, commissioned by ITV channel according to a script by Julian Fellows. The mini-series, in which Dan was reincarnated as the heir to the estate of Matthew Crowley, received six Emmy Awards, two BAFTA awards and one Golden Globe. Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth McGovern, Michel Dockery and Maggie Smith also starred in the film.

In addition to cinema, Dan continues to play on the theater stage. With the participation of the actor go out performances of “hay fever”, where Stevens played along with Judi Dench, and “Arcadia” West End Theater. In 2012, Dan Stevens was invited to the theater project “The Heiress”, where the actor appeared in a pair with Jessica Chastain. The premiere took place on Broadway in New York.

In 2013, the actor returns to work with the melodrama “Summer in February” along with Dominic Cooper and Emily Browning, in the action-packed thriller “The Fifth Power” with Benedict Cumberbatch and the sci-fi series “People of the Future”.

In 2014, the Sundance Film Festival premiered the thriller of the Hollywood film director Adam Wingard “The Guest” with Stevens as the main character David Collins. Critics praised the work of the British artist, after which Dan was nominated for a Saturn Award. In the adventure comedy by Shaun Levy’s “Night at the Museum: The Secret of the Tomb,” the actor transforms into a revived figure of Sir Lancelot, and in the crime detective story “Walk Among the Graves” Stevens plays the role of Kenny Cristo.

Personal life

In 2006, at one of the theater productions in Sheffield, Dan Stevens met a jazz singer, a South African-born woman, Susie Hariet. Soon the girl became the wife of the actor, and in 2009 the couple had their first daughter Willow.

Three years later, Susie presented her husband Aubrey’s spouse. In 2016, the second daughter Eden appeared in the family. Now Stevens’ wife teaches children music at school. In 2012, the British actor moved with his family to New York.

Dan leads a closed life, not advertising to reporters the events occurring in his personal life. In the network “Instagram” Stevens has his own account, which is subscribed to 590 thousand users. On the page, Dan posts photos and videos about new creative projects.

Dan stevens now
In 2016, with the participation of Dan Stevens come out of the picture “Ticket”, “Oppenheim’s Strategy” and “My girlfriend is a monster.” A year later, a spin-off of the thriller “X-Men” – the TV series “Legion”. Dan Stevens hero David Heller assumes mental illness in himself, but later discovers paranormal abilities. After the show of the first season of the series, the authors prepare to continue the shooting.

In March 2017, the advertising campaign of the fantastic fairy tale “Beauty and the Beast” began, in which Dan Stevens played the role of a prince who appeared before the young beauty Belle (Emma Watson) in a disfigured form of a monster. Now Dan Stevens is busy in four films, which are expected to be released during the year: Remaker, Admission, Marshall and The Man Who Invented Christmas.

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