Jared Harris

Actor, Boxer
A versatile character actor, equally adept at thugs and ne'er-do-wells as he was with businessmen and artists, Jared Harris contributed memorable performances to such films as "I Shot Andy Warhol" (1995), "Happiness" ... Read more »
Born: 08/24/1961 in London, England, GB


Actor (59)

The Expanse 2015 - 2016 (Tv Show)


Certain Women 2015 (Movie)

Fuller (Actor)

Mad Men 2009 - 2012, 2015 (Tv Show)


Poltergeist 2015 (Movie)

Carrigan Burke (Actor)

The Devil's Violinist 2015 (Movie)

Urbani (Actor)

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. 2015 (Movie)

Sanders (Actor)

Bullfighter 2014 (Movie)

Jones (Actor)

Pompeii 2014 (Movie)

Severus (Actor)

The Boxtrolls 2014 (Movie)

Lord Portley-Rind (Voice)

The Quiet Ones 2014 (Movie)

Professor Joseph Coupland (Actor)

Axe Cop 2013 (Tv Show)


The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones 2013 (Movie)

Hodge (Actor)

Lincoln 2012 (Movie)

Ulysses S. Grant (Actor)

New York Undercover 1995 - 1996, 2009 - 2012 (Tv Show)


Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows 2011 (Movie)

Professor James Moriarty (Actor)

The Ward 2011 (Movie)

Dr. Stringer (Actor)

Extraordinary Measures 2010 (Movie)

Dr. Kent Webber (Actor)

From Within 2009 (Movie)

Bernard (Actor)

32A 2008 (Movie)


The Curious Case of Benjamin Button 2008 (Movie)

Captain Mike (Actor)

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 2007 (Tv Show)


To The Ends of the Earth 2006 - 2007 (TV Show)


Lady in the Water 2006 (Movie)

Goatee Smoker (Actor)

The Notorious Bettie Page 2006 (Movie)

John Willie (Actor)

I Love Your Work 2005 (Movie)

Yehud (Actor)

Ocean's Twelve 2004 (Movie)

Basher's Engineer (Actor)

Resident Evil: Apocalypse 2004 (Movie)

Dr Ashford (Actor)

The Reckoning 2004 (Movie)


Dummy 2003 (Movie)

Michael (Actor)

Sylvia 2003 (Movie)

Al Alvarez (Actor)

How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog 2002 (Movie)

False Peter (Actor)

Igby Goes Down 2002 (Movie)

Russel (Actor)

Mr. Deeds 2002 (Movie)

Mac McGrath (Actor)

Fever 2001 (Movie)


Lush 2001 (Movie)

Firmin (Actor)

Perfume 2001 (Movie)

Anthony (Actor)

Shadow Magic 2001 (Movie)

Raymond Wallace (Actor)

The Weekend 2000 (Movie)

John Kerr (Actor)

B. Monkey 1999 (Movie)

Alan (Actor)

Chinese Box 1998 (Movie)


Fuzzy Logic 1998 (Movie)


Happiness 1998 (Movie)

Vlad (Actor)

Lost in Space 1998 (Movie)

Older Will (Actor)

Fathers' Day 1997 (Movie)

Lee (Actor)

Gold In the Streets 1997 (Movie)

Owen (Actor)

Sunday 1997 (Movie)

Ray (Actor)

Trance 1997 (Movie)

Jim (Actor)

Dead Man 1996 (Movie)

Benmont Tench (Actor)

I Shot Andy Warhol 1996 (Movie)

Andy Warhol (Actor)

Blue in the Face 1995 (Movie)

Jimmy Rose (Actor)

Nadja 1995 (Movie)

Edgar (Actor)

Smoke 1995 (Movie)

Jimmy Rose (Actor)

Tall Tale: The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill 1995 (Movie)

Head Thug Pug (Actor)

Natural Born Killers 1994 (Movie)

London Boy (Actor)

Far and Away 1992 (Movie)

Paddy (Actor)

The Last of the Mohicans 1992 (Movie)

British Lieutenant (Actor)

The Public Eye 1992 (Movie)

Danny the Doorman (Actor)

The Rachel Papers 1989 (Movie)

Geoff (Actor)

Two of Us (TV Show)

Producer (1)

Peace Officer 2015 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)
Other (1)

Hurricane Streets 1998 (Movie)

(Production Associate)


A versatile character actor, equally adept at thugs and ne'er-do-wells as he was with businessmen and artists, Jared Harris contributed memorable performances to such films as "I Shot Andy Warhol" (1995), "Happiness" (1998) and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (2008), as well as television programs like "Mad Men" (AMC, 2007- ). The son of volatile Irish actor Richard Harris, he shared none of his father's penchant for theatrical performances, preferring instead for thoughtful, carefully controlled turns. He soon garnered a reputation for near-complete transformations for each role; from the ethereal Warhol to a scheming Russian cabdriver in "Happiness" and a mercurial John Lennon in "Two of Us" (VH1, 2001) to the buttoned-down English financial officer on "Mad Men." Harris' breadth of talent made him one of the most capable character actors in the business.


Edward Fox Actor

Father of Emilia Fox

Emilia Fox Actor

Married July 16, 2005 Divorced June 2010

Dermot Harris

Died 1986

Richard Harris Actor

Born Oct. 1, 1930; giant of British stage and screen; legendary drinker; played Professor Albus Dumbledore in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" (2001) Died Oct. 25, 2002

Damian Harris Director

Born Aug. 2, 1958

Jamie Harris Actor

Born May 15, 1963

Rex Harrison Actor


Elizabeth Rees Production Assistant

Born May 1, 1936; daughter of Labor peer Lord Ogmore; divorced from Jared's father


Duke University

Durham , North Carolina 1984



Portrayed Ulysses S. Grant opposite Daniel Day-Lewis in Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln"


Cast as the villain Moriarty opposite Robert Downey, Jr. and Jude Law in Guy Ritchie's "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows"


Played a supporting role opposite Harrison Ford and Brendan Fraser in "Extraordinary Measures"


Cast as a straight-laced ad agency CFO Lane Price on "Mad Men" (AMC); character committed suicide during fifth season


Landed a recurring guest role on "Fringe" (Fox)


Appeared opposite Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett in "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button"


Co-starred in M. Night Shyamalan's "Lady in the Water"


Cast in the HBO original film "The Notorious Bettie Page," starring Gretchen Mol as the 1950s pinup


Appeared in the biopic "Sylvia," starring Gwyneth Paltrow


Played smack-dealing performance artists Russel in the indie film "Igby Goes Down"


Tackled "Hamlet" at the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival in a multimedia production that saw Richard Harris play the ghost of Hamlet's father via digital technology


Appeared in the off-Broadway play "More Lies About Jerzy"


Starred as an early 20th Century filmmaker in China in "Shadow Magic"


Co-starred in "B. Monkey" (filmed in 1996)


Appeared as a sexy Russian cab driver in "Happiness"


Starred as the artist in "I Shot Andy Warhol"


Played vampire twin in "Nadja"


Co-starred as Tom Cruise's brother in Ron Howard's "Far and Away"


Played Hotspur in off-Broadway production of "Henry IV"; moved to New York City


Made film debut in "The Rachel Papers" directed by his brother Damian

After graduation from Duke returned to Britain and joined the Royal Shakespeare Company


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