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​ Stephen Dillane (born 30 November 1956) is an English actor. He won a Tony Award for his lead performance in Tom Stoppard's play The Real Thing.


2018Mary Shelley as William Godwin
2017Darkest Hour as Edward Wood, 3rd Viscount Halifax
2015Game of Thrones The IMAX Experience as Samwell Tarly
2012Papadopoulos & Sons as Harry Papadopoulos
2012Zero Dark Thirty as National Security Advisor
2012Secret State as Paul J. Clark
2012Twenty8K as DCI Stone
2012Murder: Joint Enterprise as Raglin
2011Perfect Sense as Samuel
200944 Inch Chest as Mal
2009Storm as Keith Haywood
2008The Shooting of Thomas Hurndall as Anthony Hurndall
2008God on Trial as Schmidt
2008Red Mist as Dr. Harris
2008John Adams as Thomas Jefferson
2007Fugitive Pieces as Jakob Beer
2007Savage Grace as Brooks Baekeland
2007Goal! II: Living the Dream as Glen Foy
2006Klimt as Secretary
2005The Greatest Game Ever Played as Harry Vardon
2005Goal! The Dream Begins as Glen Foy
2005Nine Lives as Martin
2004Haven as Mr. Allen
2004King Arthur as Merlin
2003The Gathering as Simon Kirkman
2002The Hours as Leonard Woolf
2002The Truth About Charlie as Charlie
2001Spy Game as Charles Harker
2001The Parole Officer as Inspector Burton
2001Cazalets as Edward Cazalet
2000Anna Karenina as Karenin
2000Love and Rage as Dr. Coly
2000The Darkest Light
2000Ordinary Decent Criminal as Noel Quigley
1998Déjà Vu as Sean
1998Kings in Grass Castles as Patsy
1997Firelight as Charles Godwin
1997Welcome to Sarajevo as Michael Henderson
1996Two If by Sea as Evan Marsh
1995The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd as Mr. Blackmore
1994The Rector's Wife as Jonathan Byrne
1994Power and Lovers as Antonio
1993Hostages as Chris Pearson
1992Frankie's House
1991Heading Home as Leonard Meopham
1990Hamlet as Horatio
1989The Yellow Wallpaper
1987The Secret Garden as Captain Lennox
1987Business as Usual as Mr. Dunlop (as Stephen Dillon)
1986Frankie and Johnnie

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