St Peter's College, Oxford
Landed a recurring role on the Hulu series "The Path"
Starred as Will Graham on the acclaimed series "Hannibal"
Portrayed Mortimer Granville, the inventor of the vibrator in "Hysteria"
Cast opposite Elizabeth Olsen in the drama thriller "Martha Marcy May Marlene"
Cast in the Broadway production of "The Pride," written by Alexi Kaye Campbell and directed by Joe Mantello
Portrayed a young man born with Asperger syndrome in "Adam"
Co-starred with Isla fisher in the film adaptation of "Confessions of a Shopaholic"
Appeared in Michael Cunningham's film adaptation of Susan Minot's novel "Evening"
Made Broadway debut as Captain Dennis Stanhope in "Journey's End"
Cast as the only male member of the titular book club in the feature adaptation of "The Jane Austen Book Club"
Played the Earl of Essex in the joint Channel 4/HBO production of "Elizabeth I"; earned an Emmy nomination
Co-starred in Michael Caton-Jones' "Shooting Dogs"; based on the experiences of BBC news producer David Belton, who worked in Rwanda during the Rwandan Genocide
Appeared alongside Kate Moss in three Burberry campaigns
Played Prince Charmont, opposite Anne Hathaway, in "Ella Enchanted"
Played the lead in BBC's adaptation of George Eliot's novel "Daniel Deronda"
Cast in Ridley Scott's war drama "Black Hawk Down"
Played a Frenchman fascinated by knights in the Canadian series, "Relic Hunter"
Played the lead in "David Copperfield," a TV/film adaptation of Charles Dickens's novel
Appeared on two episodes of the British drama series "Dangerfield"
First small-screen appearance, "Trial & Retribution II"
Worked as a waiter and a bartender in London before finding success as an actor.
Trained for his role in "Black Hawk Down" with the rest of the cast at Fort Benning's Ranger boot camp.
Served as the face of Burberry's 2004 men's campaign.
Met his wife Claire Danes on the set of the film "Evening."
"I don’t have any aspirations to be a leading man in the Hollywood sense. You have to be very specifically ambitious to be bankable in that way; to have a studio sign off on you, which is an entirely different thing from being good. You have to do the type of work to signal to people in Hollywood that you want to be 'that guy’ and I’ve realised I just don’t want to be 'that guy’." - from The Telegraph, Sept. 10, 2012