Actor who all starred seeing that Frank in 2013’s The Lone Ranger, so that as Pleasure Department drummer Stephen Morris in the 2007 film Control. In 2014 he starred as Adam Furlong in the Hideaways-related THE FINAL Furlong. He and his twin sibling, Luke, became a member of the National Youngsters Theatre. He afterwards graduated in the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Artwork. He produced his stage debut on the Royal Courtroom Theatre in ’09 2009, starring along with his twin sibling in Over There. He grew up along with his twin sibling Luke and old sibling Sam by their dad, an architect, and mom, a schoolteacher. He and twin sibling Luke Treadaway, also an professional, formed a music group in their youngsters called Lizardsun.
Full Name Harry Treadaway
Date Of Birth September 10, 1984
Place Of Birth England
Height 1.78 m
Profession Movie Actor
Education Queen Elizabeth's School, Crediton, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
Nominations British Independent Film Award for Most Promising Newcomer
Movies Honeymoon, City of Ember, The Lone Ranger, Brothers of the Head, Cockneys vs Zombies, Fish Tank, Hideaways, Pelican Blood, The Disappeared, Control, The Night Watch, Love You More, Albatross, Sleeping Murder, The Shooting of Thomas Hurndall, Recovery
TV Shows Penny Dreadful, Truckers, Cape Wrath, Mr. Mercedes, Flight of the Storks
Star Sign Virgo
His father is an architect and his mother is a primary school teacher.
Treadaway attended Queen Elizabeth's Community College in Crediton.
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You know the way that children play make-believe in the garden? I did that and I thought, 'This will do for life. Why would I want to do anything else?'
I'll always have a house in London; I'll always call it my home. There might be moments when I get to go and work in different parts of the world, but I'll always come back here.
I was used to getting changed in pub toilets before going on set. Then suddenly I had studios in L.A. advising me on my hair.
I was lucky, I had support from Mum and Dad - they said as long as you work hard, anything is possible. I never thought past those two things - that I liked living in imaginary worlds and that it is possible to do that for a living.
I may live in London, but I'll go back to the country one day. My dad's an architect, so I would like him to design me a house. I'd love to be in the countryside when I'm older.
'The Night Watch' is a beautiful story about the pains of dealing with what you are.
'Ghosts' is the most incredible play I've read for years.
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