Joe Anderson

While British actor Joe Anderson landed his biggest role as misanthropic vampire Alastair in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn", he had to work his way through several lesser known parts before that break through role ... Read more »
Born: 03/26/1982

Filmography

Actor (25)

Outsiders 2015 - 2016 (TV Show)

Actor

Abattoir 2015 (Movie)

Grady (Actor)

Hannibal 2015 (Tv Show)

Actor

Flutter 2014 (Movie)

(Actor)

Hercules 2014 (Movie)

Phineas (Actor)

Horns 2014 (Movie)

Terry Perrish (Actor)

Shiva & May 2014 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Divide 2013 - 2014 (TV Show)

Actor

A Single Shot 2013 (Movie)

Obadiah (Actor)

Supremacy 2013 (Movie)

Garrett "Tully" Fuller (Actor)

The Grey 2012 (Movie)

Flannery (Actor)

The River 2011 - 2012 (TV Show)

Actor

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part Two 2012 (Movie)

Alistair (Actor)

Operation: Endgame 2010 (Movie)

Fool (Actor)

The Crazies 2010 (Movie)

Russell Clank (Actor)

Amelia 2009 (Movie)

Bill (Actor)

High Life 2009 (Movie)

Donnie (Actor)

Love Happens 2009 (Movie)

Tyler (Actor)

Little Box of Sweets 2008 (Movie)

Seth (Actor)

The Ruins 2008 (Movie)

Mathias (Actor)

Across the Universe 2007 (Movie)

Max Carrigan (Actor)

Becoming Jane 2007 (Movie)

Henry Austen (Actor)

Control 2007 (Movie)

Hooky (Actor)

The 27 Club 2007 (Movie)

(Actor)

Copying Beethoven 2006 (Movie)

Karl van Beethoven (Actor)
Music (2)

Here Comes the Boom 2012 (Movie)

("Pictures") (Song Performer)

Here Comes the Boom 2012 (Movie)

("Pictures") (Song)

Biography

While British actor Joe Anderson landed his biggest role as misanthropic vampire Alastair in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn", he had to work his way through several lesser known parts before that break through role. He had small parts in the U.K. horror film "Creep" and on the television shows "Afterlife" and "Midsomer Murders". His role opposite Alicia Silverstone in the straight-to-video thriller "Silence Becomes You" was forgettable, though better things weren't far away. He played Ludwig van Beethoven's nephew in the biopic "Copying Beethoven" opposite Ed Harris as the tempestuous deaf composer, and Jane Austen's brother in "Becoming Jane", starring Anne Hathaway as the celebrated novelist and James McAvoy as her intended lover. Anderson attracted even more positive reviews after his roles as Joy Division bassist Peter Hook in the critically acclaimed "Control" and as a Vietnam-bound student in Julie Taymor's phantasmagoric musical ode to the Beatles and the '60s era, "Across the Universe". Other noteworthy performances include his starring role in the gruesome and tense horror film "The Ruins" as a German backpacker, a memorable turn as a suicidally depressed Cobain-esque rock star in the indie film "The 27 Club", and as a deputy sheriff in the remake of George Romero's thriller "The Crazies".

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