Nonso Anozie

After graduating from the London Central School of Speech and Drama in 2002, Nonso Anozie became the youngest professional actor ever to play the role of King Lear in the widely performed Shakespearean tragedy. He ... Read more »
Born: 05/27/1979

Filmography

Actor (22)

Cinderella 2015 (Movie)

Captain (Actor)

Pan 2015 (Movie)

Bishop (Actor)

Tut 2014 - 2015 (TV Show)

Actor

Zoo 2014 - 2015 (TV Show)

Actor

Dracula 2013 - 2014 (TV Show)

Actor

Get Santa 2014 (Movie)

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Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit 2014 (Movie)

Embee Deng (Actor)

Son of God 2014 (Movie)

Samson (Actor)

Ender's Game 2013 (Movie)

Sergeant Dap (Actor)

The Bible 2013 (Tv Show)

Actor

Game of Thrones 2012 (Tv Show)

Actor

The Grey 2012 (Movie)

Burke (Actor)

Brighton Rock 2011 (Movie)

Dallow (Actor)

Conan the Barbarian 2011 (Movie)

Artus (Actor)

Nanny McPhee Returns 2010 (Movie)

Sergeant Jeffreys (Actor)

I Am Slave 2009 (Movie)

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Happy-Go-Lucky 2008 (Movie)

Ezra (Actor)

RocknRolla 2008 (Movie)

Tank (Actor)

Atonement 2007 (Movie)

Frank Mace (Actor)

The Last Legion 2007 (Movie)

Batiatus (Actor)

Prime Suspect 7: The Final Act 2006 (Tv Show)

Actor

Occupation (TV Show)

Actor

Biography

After graduating from the London Central School of Speech and Drama in 2002, Nonso Anozie became the youngest professional actor ever to play the role of King Lear in the widely performed Shakespearean tragedy. He followed that role up three years later by playing Othello on the London Stage, in a performance that won him the prestigious Ian Charleson Award in 2005. By 2006 Anozie began finding work in movies and television, landing smaller roles in British films such as the action movie, "The Last Legion", and 2007's Academy-Award winning period drama, "Atonement". In 2007 he was also scheduled to lend his voice for a role in the fantasy film, "The Golden Compass", but was replaced at the last minute by the veteran British actor Ian McKellan. In 2008 he worked with two of the most acclaimed directors in British cinema, appearing in Mike Leigh's comedic drama, "Happy-Go-Lucky", and Guy Ritchie's action-packed crime thriller, "RocknRolla". In 2009 Anozie played a Marine in all three episodes of the British mini-series based on the Iraq War, "Occupation". He became familiar to international audiences in 2011, after appearing in the fantasy adventure film, "Conan the Barbarian", which was distributed widely in Europe, as well as the United States.

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