Paddy Considine is an English actor, musician, and filmmaker, known for his supporting roles in the movies ‘24 Hour Party People’, ‘My Summer of Love’, ‘The Bourne Ultimatum’, ‘Hot Fuzz’ and ‘The World's End’.
Date of birth
Paddy Considine was born on September 5, 1973 in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire.
He has five siblings. His late father, Martin Joseph Considine, was Irish.
In 1991, Paddy Considine married Shelley Insley. They have a son named Joseph.
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Paddy Considine made his film debut with the 1999 comedy drama ‘A Room for Romeo Brass’. A year later, he starred as Alfie in ‘Last Resort’.
In 2003, he played Johnny in Jim Sheridan’s ‘In America’, a drama flick focussing on an Irish family's struggle as they move to New York City. That year, the actor also featured in Coldplay’s music video for "God Put a Smile upon Your Face" as well as Moloko’s "Familiar Feeling".
In the ensuing years, he had roles in the films ‘My Summer of Love’ and ‘Dead Man's Shoes’, the latter of which he also wrote. Considine next appeared as Mike Wilson in the biographical sports drama movie ‘Cinderella Man,’ about the life of boxing champion James J. Braddock.
In 2006, he did the films ‘Bosque de Sombras’ and ‘Pu-239’ and also featured in the TV film ‘My Zinc Bed’ as ‘Paul Peplow’. Over the next few years, the actor had roles in a number of film projects including ‘Hot Fuzz’, ‘The Bourne Ultimatum’, ‘The Cry of the Owl’ and ‘Submarine’.
He was cast in the ‘The Suspicions of Mr Whicher’ film series as Jack Whicher in the 2010s. In 2013, Considine appeared in the comic sci-fi flick ‘The World's End’ that follows a group of friends who find an alien invasion during a pub crawl in their home town.
He made appearances in ‘Honour’ and ‘Macbeth’ in 2014 and 2015, respectively. In 2016, he played Father John Hughes in the crime drama ‘Peaky Blinders’ and also starred in the zombie horror flick ‘The Girl with All the Gifts’.
In 2017, the actor wrote, directed, and acted in ‘Journeyman’, a story about the middleweight boxing champ Matty Burton. That year, he also made his stage debut in Jez Butterworth’s ‘The Ferryman’, the fastest selling production in the Royal Court Theatre history.
In 2007, Paddy Considine created the award-winning short movie ‘Dog Altogether.’ Starring Peter Mullan and partially based on Considine's real-life father, the film won a Silver Lion at the 2007 Venice Film Festival along with a BAFTA trophy for Best Short Film.
In 2011, ‘Dog Altogether’ was expanded into a feature movie titled ‘Tyrannosaur’ featuring the same actors in the lead roles. The movie garnered multiple honours at British Independent Film Awards along with accolades at various film festivals including Mar del Plata Film Festival and Munich Film Festival.
|Born||5th September, 1973|
|Home City||Burton Upon Trent, Staffordshire, England|