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  • Dan Stevens Biography

    Born: October 10, 1982 in Croydon, , United Kingdom

    DAN STEVENS recently finished production on Night at the Museum 3, the highly-anticipated new installment of the beloved franchise, directed by Shawn Levy and starring Ben Stiller, set for a Christmas 2014 release by Fox. Next up Stevens co-stars in the thriller A Walk Among the Tombstones, directed by Scott Frank and starring Liam Neeson, to be released by Universal on September 19.

    Stevens will also appear in The Cobbler, directed by Thomas McCarthy and starring Adam Sandler for a 2015 release. He recently wrapped production on Criminal Activities with Michael Pitt, directed by Jackie Earle Haley, and is currently in production on the indie film The Ticket, produced by Oren Moverman.

    Previously, Stevens starred in The Fifth Estate, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and directed by Bill Condon for Dreamworks; Summer In February, directed by Chris Menaul; Vamps, directed by Amy Heckerling and German-language feature Hilde, directed by Kai Wessel.

    On television, Stevens starred in the Golden Globe winning program “Downton Abbey.” In addition, he was also in “Sense & Sensibility” (BBC), “The Line Of Beauty” (BBC), “Frankenstein” (Hallmark), as well as roles in the TV movies “Maxwell” (BBC) and “Dracula” (Granada/BBC).

    Stevens’ theater credits include “The Heiress,” directed by Moises Kaufman on Broadway; “Arcadia” in the West End, directed by David Leveaux; “Every Good Boy Deserves Favour,” directed by Felix Barrett and Tom Morris at The National Theatre in London; “The Vortex” at The Apollo and ”Hay Fever” at The Haymarket, both directed by Peter Hall.

    In 2012 Stevens served on the Judging Panel for the Man Booker Prize. In addition, he has contributed a regular column to The Sunday Telegraph and is the Editor-at-Large for online literary quarterly The Junket. He currently resides in New York.

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