Richard Madden

Richard Madden (born 18 June 1986) is a Scottish actor. Born and raised in Renfrewshire near Glasgow, Madden rose to prominence in 2011 for his portrayal of Robb Stark in the HBO fantasy drama series Game of Thrones. In 2018, he gained acclaim for his performance as a war veteran and Principal Protection Officer in the BBC thriller series Bodyguard, for which he won a Golden Globe Award.

Richard Madden
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Madden at the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con
Born (1986-06-18) 18 June 1986 (age 34)
Alma materRoyal Conservatoire of Scotland
OccupationActor
Years active1999–present

Madden made his screen debut as a child actor and later began performing on stage whilst a student at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. In 2007, he toured with Shakespeare's Globe company as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, a role he reprised in the West End in 2016. His other television and film credits include the lead role of Cosimo de' Medici in the first season of the historical fiction series Medici (2016), Prince Kit in the romantic fantasy film Cinderella (2015), John Reid in the biopic Rocketman (2019), and a soldier in the epic war film 1917 (2019).

Life and careerEdit

1986–2010: Early life and workEdit

Madden was born on 18 June 1986 in Elderslie, Renfrewshire, outside the city of Glasgow,[1][2][3] where he was also raised alongside his two sisters.[4][5] His mother, Pat, is a primary school teacher, and his father, Richard, worked as a firefighter.[6][7] At age 11, Madden joined PACE Youth Theatre to help overcome his shyness.[6][8] He was soon cast in his first role as young Andy in the film adaptation of Iain Banks' Complicity,[9] which was released in 2000.[10] He was then cast in the lead role of Sebastian in the children's television series Barmy Aunt Boomerang,[11] which aired from 1999 until 2000.[12] Madden later stated that he experienced bullying following his performance in Complicity, especially in high school.[9]

He later attended the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, formerly the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, in Glasgow, graduating in 2007.[11][12] He worked with The Arches and the Glasgow Repertory Company during his studies; he also performed in Franz Xaver Kroetz's play Tom Fool at the Citizens Theatre. After receiving positive reviews, the Tom Fool production transferred to London, where Madden was spotted by a team from Shakespeare's Globe.[12] In his final year at the conservatoire, he was cast as Romeo in a production of Romeo and Juliet at the modern Globe Theatre in London, after which the company embarked on a tour of the production during the summer of 2007.[12][13] In her review of the production, Susan Elkin of The Stage described Madden's portrayal of Romeo as "gravelly Glaswegian" and "almost childlike".[14]

He played Callum McGregor in the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Malorie Blackman's Noughts & Crosses in 2008.[15] He then starred as Mark McNulty in the National Theatre of Scotland's production of Be Near Me in 2009, during which Warwick Thompson of Bloomberg noted Madden's performance to be "especially good".[16] Susan Mansfield of The Scotsman stated that Madden had caught critics' attention, reporting additional positive reviews of his work by The Daily Telegraph and The Observer.[11] He later gained the lead role of Dean McKenzie in the 2009 BBC comedy-drama series Hope Springs,[11] followed by his roles as Ripley in the 2010 film Chatroom,[17] and as Theatre of Hate singer Kirk Brandon in the 2010 film Worried About the Boy.[18]

2011–present: BreakthroughEdit

 
Madden at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con

Madden starred as Robb Stark in the HBO fantasy drama series Game of Thrones, based upon the series of novels titled A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin, from 2011 to 2013.[19][20] Madden's performance in the series propelled him to prominence.[21][22] During this period, he also starred in the Channel 4 comedy-drama series Sirens and the BBC drama series Birdsong.[23] Madden first obtained his Screen Actors Guild (SAG) card for the 2014 miniseries Klondike, in which he played Bill Haskell, a real-life adventurer who participated in the Klondike Gold Rush.[24][25] He then portrayed Prince Kit in the Disney live-action romantic fantasy film Cinderella,[26] which was released in March 2015.[27] The film became a commercial and critical success, receiving positive reviews and grossing over $542 million.[28][29]

In 2016, Madden starred as Romeo in a West End production of Romeo and Juliet, which opened at the Garrick Theatre on 25 May, reuniting with his Cinderella co-star Lily James, who played Juliet, and director Kenneth Branagh.[30][31] Michael Billington of The Guardian stated that Madden was "especially good at articulating Romeo's challenge to fate", while Variety's Matt Trueman criticized Madden's speeches as "flat and regimented".[31][32] He was replaced in July 2016 after suffering an ankle injury.[33] He then played the leading role of Cosimo de' Medici, the son of the founder of the Medici Bank during the Italian Renaissance, in the first season of the Italian-British television drama series Medici, subtitled Masters of Florence.[34] In the same year, Madden portrayed American pickpocket Michael Mason in the action film Bastille Day, starring alongside Idris Elba.[35] He next played a DJ in the Netflix romantic comedy film Ibiza, appearing alongside Gillian Jacobs, Vanessa Bayer and Phoebe Robinson.[36]

In 2018, Madden garnered acclaim and recognition for his portrayal of Sergeant David Budd, a war veteran and Principal Protection Officer, in the BBC thriller series Bodyguard.[37][38] Tim Goodman of The Hollywood Reporter wrote that Madden portrayed Budd "with aplomb", while The Atlantic's Sophie Gilbert praised his "success at conveying [Budd's] superb instincts, his cool head under fire, and his complex psyche".[39][40] The series went on to become the UK's most watched television drama since current records began,[41] which led to its release to a worldwide audience on Netflix in October 2018.[42][43] Madden's performance earned him the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama;[44] however, critics and viewers alike highlighted the fact that Madden did not receive a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for his performance, deeming it a snub.[45][46][47]

In 2019, Madden portrayed music manager John Reid in the Elton John biopic Rocketman, which was released in May,[7] and appeared as a World War I soldier in Sam Mendes' war film 1917, which was released in December.[48] From December 2020 to January 2021, he starred in the science fiction podcast series From Now, voicing Edward, a survivor of a spaceship that returns 35 years after vanishing.[49] Madden will star as Ikaris in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film Eternals, directed by Chloé Zhao, which is scheduled for a November 2021 release.[50][51] He is also set to portray a leading role in an upcoming Amazon Studios "multi-series" titled Citadel, executively produced by Anthony and Joe Russo, alongside Priyanka Chopra.[52]

Public imageEdit

In 2019, Madden was recognised with the GQ Men of the Year Award for Hugo Boss Most Stylish Man.[53] He was also named one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time magazine in the same year.[54]

Personal lifeEdit

In an interview with British Vogue, Madden expressed pride in coming from a working class background and said that his social conscience is sparked by inequality in education and the lack of creative opportunities for working-class children in schools.[55] As of May 2019, he splits his time between his residence in London and Los Angeles.[7][55] In July 2019, Madden received an Honorary Doctorate of Drama from his alma mater, the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.[56] He was previously in a relationship with English actress Jenna Coleman.[57][58] When asked about his personal life during a New York Times interview following speculation about his relationships and sexuality, Madden stated: "I just keep my personal life personal."[21]

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2000 Complicity Young Andy [9]
2010 Chatroom Ripley Collins [17]
2011 Strays Elliot Short film [59]
2013 A Promise Friedrich Zeitz [60]
2015 Cinderella Prince Kit [27]
Group B Shane Hunter Short film [61][62]
2016 Bastille Day Michael Mason [35]
2018 Ibiza Leo West [36]
2019 Rocketman John Reid [7]
1917 Lieutenant Joseph Blake [48]
2021 Eternals Ikaris Post-production [50]

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1999–2000 Barmy Aunt Boomerang Sebastian Simpkins 20 episodes [12]
2002 Taggart Christie Episode: "Watertight" [63]
2009 Hope Springs Dean McKenzie 8 episodes [11]
2010 Worried About the Boy Kirk Brandon Television film [18]
2011 Sirens Ashley Greenwick 6 episodes [23]
2011–2013 Game of Thrones Robb Stark 21 episodes [20]
2012 Birdsong Captain Michael Weir 2 episodes [23]
2014 Klondike Bill Haskell 3 episodes [25]
2015 Lady Chatterley's Lover Oliver Mellors Television film [64]
2016 Medici: Masters of Florence Cosimo de' Medici 8 episodes; also executive producer [34]
2017 Oasis Peter Leigh Pilot [34]
Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams Agent Ross Anthology series
Episode: "The Hood Maker"
[65]
2018 Bodyguard PS David Budd 6 episodes [44]
TBA Citadel Mason Kane Filming [66]

TheatreEdit

Year Title Role Director Venue Ref.
2005–2006 I Confess Mahmood Andy Arnold The Arches Theatre Company [11]
The Winter's Tale Florizel
Cleomenes
Gordon Barr Glasgow Repertory Company [11]
2006–2007 Tom Fool Ludwig Meier Clair Lizzimore Citizens Theatre
Bush Theatre
[67][68]
2007 Romeo and Juliet Romeo Montague Ed Dick Shakespeare's Globe [13]
2008 Noughts and Crosses Callum McGregor Dominic Cooke Royal Shakespeare Company [69]
2009 Be Near Me Mark McNulty John Tiffany Donmar Warehouse
National Theatre of Scotland
[11]
2016 Romeo and Juliet Romeo Montague Kenneth Branagh Garrick Theatre [30]

OtherEdit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2010 Of Mice and Men Curley Radio play; voice role [70][71]
2013 Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate Trevor Belmont / Alucard Video game; voice role [72]
2014 Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Alucard Video game; voice role [73]
2015–2016 Scotland's Home Movies Narrator Documentary; voice role [74]
2019 Harry Birrell Presents Films of Love and War Narrator Documentary; voice role [75]
2020–2021 From Now Edward Podcast series; voice role [49][76]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Game of Thrones Nominated [77]
2013 Nominated [78]
2018 Critics' Choice Awards Best Actor in a Drama Series Bodyguard Nominated [79]
National Television Awards Drama Performance Won [80]
Golden Globe Awards Best Actor – Television Series Drama Won [44]
Gold Derby Awards Drama Lead Actor Nominated [81]
Golden Nymph Awards Outstanding Actor Won [82]
Seoul International Drama Awards Best Actor Nominated [83]
British Academy Scotland Awards Best Actor in Television Nominated [84]

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