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British TV Drama Actor – Hugh Dancy

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British TV Drama Actor – Hugh Dancy

The oldest of three siblings, Hugh Dancy was born on June 19, 1975 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England.


At Winchester College from 13 to 16, he acquired the acting bug after appearing in several school plays. Although he knew he wanted to be an actor, Dancy first studied English Literature and Language at Oxford University. Following graduation, he worked as a bartender while auditioning for roles.

His television debut came in 1998 with guest appearances on the British TV dramas Dangerfield and Kavanagh QC, as well as the role of Roberto Bellini in the mini-series Trial and Retribution. The following year he made three more guest appearances on TV shows as well as taking on a role in the play Billy and the Crab Lady at Soho Theatre.


By the end of 1999, his career had really begun to heat up with the title role in the Hallmark Hall of Fame mini-series David Copperfield; a part in the TV movie Madame Bovary; and a guest appearance on the TV series Relic Hunter. He also had the privilege of being directed by Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Road to Perdition) in the London stage production To the Green Fields and Beyond.

Dancy made his feature film debut in the musketeer movie Young Blades (2001), playing the role of D’Artagnan. The same year, he made his American motion picture debut in the blockbuster Black Hawk Down, which earned more than US$100 million at the domestic box office. Quickly acquiring leading man status, he briefly returned to television to play the title role in the BBC mini-series Daniel Deronda (2002) before taking on work in two small budget American films: The Sleeping Dictionary and Tempo (both 2003). In the U.S. major motion picture Ella Enchanted (2004), he co-starred opposite Anne Hathaway as Prince Charmont, then played Galahad to Keira Knightley’s Guinevere in Touchstone’s King Arthur (2004).


Still single, Dancy, who speaks fluent French, lives in a two-bedroom apartment in London.

King Arthur (2004)
Ella Enchanted (2004)
Tempo (2003)
The Sleeping Dictionary (2003)
Black Hawk Down (2001)
Young Blades (2001)

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Television Actor – Rob Lowe

Raised in Dayton, Ohio, Rob Lowe began his career at the age of 8 in local television and summer stock. After his family relocated to Los Angeles, he starred in the television series “A New Kind of Family” and was nominated for a Golden Globe for his performance in Hallmark Hall of Fame’s “Thursday’s Child.” In 2001 Lowe received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his work on the three time Emmy Award winning drama series “The West Wing.”

Lowe made his feature-film debut in Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Outsiders” and went on to star in “Class,” “The Hotel New Hampshire,” “Oxford Blues,” “Youngblood,” “St. Elmo’s Fire” with Demi Moore, “About Last Night” and “Square Dance,” for which he received his second Golden Globe nomination. He then starred in “Masquerade,” “Bad Influence” and the comedy smash “Wayne’s World” with Mike Myers, as well as “Tommy Boy.” Lowe also appeared in “Mulholland Falls” with Nick Nolte and in Robert Zemeckis’ “Contact” with Jodi Foster and Matthew McConaughey. He recently re-teamed with Myers in the huge box-office hit “Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me.”

Lowe starred in the miniseries “Stephen King’s ‘The Stand’” and “Atomic Train,” as well as Jack Higgins’ bestseller “On Dangerous Ground” and “Midnight Man.” He also appeared in “Great Performance’s ‘Suddenly Last Summer’” for PBS and Francis Ford Coppola’s television production of “Outrage.”

In 1992, Lowe made his Broadway debut in “A Little Hotel on the Side.” He recently wrote and directed an acclaimed short film for cable television, “American Untitled/Desert’s Edge.”

Currently, Lowe is working on “Union Pacific,” a film starring Bill Paxton, which he wrote and will direct for producer Gale Anne Hurd.

Lowe and his wife, Sheryl, have two sons. His birthday is March 17.