Eddie Redmayne Net Worth

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To begin with, he was educated at Eton and studied art history at Trinity College (Cambridge), from where he graduated from with honours in 2003. In his free time, he played in the National Youth Music Theatre.

In 2002, Redmayne made his debut taking the role of Viola in the play “Twelfth Night” at Middle Temple Hall. In 2004, he won the award at the 50th Evening Standard Theatre Awards for his role in the play “The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?”, and the Critics’ Circle Theatre Award. Then, he created the character of John Jr. in the play “Now or Later” (2007) by Christopher Shinn. In 2009, Eddie Redmayne appeared in the new play directed by John Logan – “Red” (2009 – 2010) – for which he won the Laurence Olivier Award as the Best Supporting Actor. The following year Eddie received the award as the best actor at the ceremony of the 64th Annual Tony Awards. These achievements certainly laid the basis for his net worth.

More, Eddie Redmayne’s main television roles include that of Angel Clare in the miniseries of the BBC “Tess of the D’Urbervilles” (2008), Jack Jackson – hero of the television adaptation of the novel by Ken Follett “The Pillars of the Earth” (2010) – and Stephen Wraysford in the miniseries “Birdsong” (2012) based on the novel by Sebastian Faulks.

Additionally, Redmayne has landed many roles in films, starting with supporting roles in “Savage Grace” (2007), “Powder Blue” (2008), “The Other Boleyn Girl” (2008) and “Glorious 39” (2009). Then in 2010, he won the main role of Osmund, a monk facing an epidemic of bubonic plague, in the horror film by Christopher Smith “Black Death”. He stared alongside Michelle Williams in the drama film “My Week with Marilyn” (2011) in which he played the role of Colin Clark. In 2012, he reprised the role of Marius Pontmercy in the film adaptation of the musical “Les Misérables” inspired by the novel by Victor Hugo. In 2015, he appeared in the film “The Theory of Everything” by James Marsch, playing the role of physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking, a role which earned him an Oscar for the Best Actor. The most recent film with Eddie Redmayne is “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” (2016) directed by David Yates, written by J. K. Rowling, a spin-off of the Harry Potter franchise series. Currently, he is working on the set of the in production film “Early Man” which is going to be released in 2018, and which will very likely increase Eddie’s net worth.

Finally, in the personal life of the actor, he has been married to PR executive Hannah Bagshawe since 2014.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Eddie Redmayne
  • Net Worth: $4 Million
  • Date Of Birth: January 6, 1982
  • Place Of Birth: Westminster, London, England
  • Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
  • Profession: Actor, Model, Singer
  • Education: Colet Court, Eton College, Trinity College, Cambridge
  • Nationality: British
  • Spouse: Hannah Bagshawe (m. 2014)
  • Children: Iris Mary Redmayne
  • Parents: Patricia Redmayne, Richard Redmayne
  • Siblings: Charles Redmayne, James Redmayne, Eugenie Redmayne, Thomas Redmayne
  • Nicknames: Edward John David Redmayne , Eddie , Edward John David “Eddie” Redmayne
  • Twitter: https://twitter.com/eddieronline?lang=en
  • IMDB: http://imdb.com/name/nm1519666
  • Allmusic: www.allmusic.com/artist/eddie-redmayne-mn0003041600
  • Awards: Outstanding Newcomer at the 50th Evening Standard Theatre Awards (2004), Best Newcomer at the Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards (2005), Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play (2010), Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actor, Academy Award, BAFTA, Golden Globe, Screen Act…
  • Nominations: Academy Award for Best Actor (2015), “Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)” (2015 Birthday Honours)
  • Movies: “Like Minds”, “The Good Shepherd”, “Savage Grace” (2007), “Elizabeth: The Golden Age” (2007), “The Other Boleyn Girl” (2008), “The Theory of Everything” (2014), “The Danish Girl” (2015)
  • TV Shows: “Tess of the D’Urbervilles” (2008), “The Pillars of the Earth” (2010), “Birdsong” (2012)


  • There was a horrific moment a few years ago when I had to sing at the Oscars with the cast of Les Misérables, and I was given strict instructions that Hannah, my wife, and I had to be on time, because the red carpet opened at a specific time. So we got in the car, and the whole of LA was shut down – it was the most extraordinary experience. As we neared the venue I called the publicist to say we were arriving, and she said, ‘What? You’re 45 minutes early. No one is here. Stop! Stop!’ So we then had the rather surreal experience of standing outside in the middle of Hollywood Boulevard, next to a load of tour buses, waiting to get in.
  • I’m passionate about painting and playing the piano – neither of which I’m very good at, but I find I’m at my most relaxed when I’m doing either of those things, precisely because they are focusing my mind on something else. My earnings from Les Misérables were spent on a piano.
  • [on his favorite movie from 2014] Deux jours, une nuit (2014) – I think Marion Cotillard is breathtaking. In everything.
  • I didn’t train to be an actor, I blagged my way into it, and I always feel I’m waiting to be found out. So whenever you get a job, there’s a moment of euphoria and then the realisation, “Oh my God, you’ve got to do this.” And you feel there should be some scaffolding. I’ve worked with people who have their preferred way of rehearsing guaranteed by clause in their contract. But it’s not like I have a process, it’s a very formless thing, and there’s no one telling you, “This is what you’re going to do and this is how you’re going to do it.”.
  • It’s impossible. If the first thing that is mentioned, before you’ve even done a day’s work, is a comparison with the person who, as far as I’m concerned, is the greatest living screen actor [Day-Lewis] – then whatever you do, you’ve fallen short.
  • The year after I started (in Eton), a drama teacher arrived called Simon Dormandy, and he treated us like professional actors. He had high expectations-you played women, you played old men, you were pushed outside your comfort zone. Everything you see about Eton from the outside is very structured: it’s hierarchy and order, all uniforms and collars. But Simon encouraged freedom and playfulness and allowed you the room to make mistakes. Most importantly, for me, he taught us how to speak verse. I did Henry VI and Richard III there, and I suppose that’s where it all began. In 2002, when I was still at Cambridge and Mark Rylance was putting on the 400th anniversary of Twelfth Night at Middle Temple Hall, the casting director from the Globe asked Simon if he knew any young actors who might play Viola. I auditioned and got the part.
  • [his first meeting with James Marsh] It was about four in the afternoon. James said, “What are you having?” I was trying to judge whether to have a proper drink or not. I asked for a beer. He came back with a coffee. I drank about five beers. He drank a lot of coffee. By the time we left, I was drunk and he was wired.
  • I’m someone who likes clarity, some sense of structure, and yet I’ve ended up in this peripatetic and crazy existence, in which you’re at the beck and call of everyone else. I think that’s why family is so important to me. In the rest of my life, I’m trying to create something as rooted as possible.
  • (first meeting with Stephen Hawking) I was terrified, because I’d made choices, in terms of his physical decline and his character, that I couldn’t now go back on. So I was thinking “Oh God, what if I meet him and it changes everything, is this going to undermine all the work I’ve done?”. Then his carers, who are lovely, took me in to meet him, and the first thing I do is over-apologize for the fact that someone who’d studied art history is playing this great scientific mind. And then, for some reason, I hear myself informing him he was born on January 8th, because I’ve been talking about science and religion in our film and he makes this point in his book “My Brief History” about how he was born 300 years to the day after Galileo, and then I tell him I was born on January 6th, I don’t know why I say it, but I do, “so we’re both Capricorns”, and then the second it comes out of my mouth I’m like “Fuck. What did I just say to Stephen Hawking?” And there is this punishing four or five minutes as he blinks away. Finally, the voice says, with killer timing: “I am an astronomer, not an astrologer.” And it’s just, the idea that he might think the guy playing him in a biopic thinks he’s Mystic Meg. I don’t think I ever will get over it.
  • I had an incredibly privileged upbringing. When I was working in a pub and going to endless unsuccessful auditions, I could live at home rent-free in London. That was the really great privilege.
  • (on Eton College) The facilities are exceptional, and if you have an interest in anything – art, design, drama, sport, music – that school will support you.
  • [accepting the Best Actor Oscar for The Theory of Everything (2014)] Please know this, I am fully aware that I am a lucky, lucky man.
  • [on working with Julianne Moore in Savage Grace (2007)] I love that film. There are various people in my life that have fought for me and Julianne was one of them. In the Savage Grace audition she said, “You even look like my son.” She fought pretty hard for that.
  • [2014] Buzz is worrying because it’s an ephemeral thing. If you read the good stuff you also have to read the bad stuff. I try genuinely to just put my fingers in my ears and put one foot in front of the other. If you get caught up in listening to what too many people have to say that’s where madness lies.
  • The complicated thing with acting is that however brilliantly successful or good you are you are not in control. Unless you start producing your own material or writing, even then it’s a complicated world.
  • [on how he met his wife] It was an embarrassing evening. Hannah was at a girls’ school near Eton and they invited some of our guys over to do a fashion show for charity. I had to walk across the stage topless – I was this pasty, freckly guy and when I came on the girls in the audience didn’t take much notice of me, but I was followed by the best-looking boy in the school and all the girls erupted in cheers, which was emotionally scarring! I saw Hannah across the room at a party afterwards and she was very beautiful and very funny and she loves the arts and theatre just as I do, so we became friends. I’d finished rehearsals (for “Les Miserables”) and was about to start shooting in a few days and so I said to myself, “I’m going to go to Florence for a quick break and write or do something like that.” Before I went, Hannah and I were on a sort of date – we’d been good friends for 12 years – and we had a wonderful evening and I suddenly said, “You don’t want to come to Florence with me next week, do you?” She said, “That’s absurd, you don’t mean it.” I said, “Yes I do!” So our first proper date was in Florence. That was three years ago and we couldn’t be happier.
  • It’s really been bad on this press tour. I come home from trying to pretend to know about astronomy and physics all day and turn on The Real Housewives. I’ve been a closet lover of faux-reality television since The Hills (2006).
  • You do that thing of trying to chase down the job, sounding incredibly confident because you never think you’ll get it. And then you get offered the job, and you have a moment of euphoria, and then you basically want to be sick for the first year.
  • Stephen Hawking is just effortlessly cool. He has this kind of shambolic confidence to him. I describe it as a “Lord of Misrule” quality – he’s got a great sense of mischief.
  • I’m just one gigantic ball of rancid fear and self-consciousness. I’m entirely fueled by fear, so the fact that I knew it could be a catastrophic disaster made me unable to sleep, and made me work quite hard.
  • You only have those specific few hours to do a scene, and then you drive home and wait for six months to find out how it went. You can’t go back and put in a new idea.
  • The director, Tom Hooper said “One last thing: Eddie, have you ever been on a horse?” I said “Yes.” Cut to Lithuania, two weeks later, a huge Elizabethan street, Helen Mirren and Jeremy Irons are standing at this balcony, and there’s Tom, cameras, rain machines, 50 Lithuanian extras, spurs attached to my feet, and I’m thinking, “At what point do I tell them that I have never, ever ridden a horse?” It was then that I realized a big part of the cliché of actors lying in auditions is that you should probably try to do the thing you said you can do before filming starts. Anyway, I nearly killed people as the horse galloped off at a hundred miles an hour after I gave it the slightest nudge. Tom came out with his megaphone and shouted, “You’re a fucking liar, Redmayne!”.
  • [on achieving celebrity status] [On a plane recently] I fell asleep, and when I woke up the man next to me asked, “Excuse me, are you somebody important?” I must have looked confused. He explained: “I’m asking because the stewardesses came over and were watching you sleep.”.
  • [If he has groupies following him] No, Benedict Cumberbatch is a mate of mine, and we did a charity show at the Old Vic together. There was this group of women outside the theatre who name themselves “the Cumberbitches” and follow him round the world. I have nothing like that. I really wouldn’t know what to do with the situation.
  • [on how Les Misérables (2012) was produced] Normally, if you were making an old-school movie musical, as a group of actors, we’d go into a studio, we’d record an album and then two months later, we’d arrive on set, and they would play the playback and we would mime alongside it. The problem with that is that you have to make all your acting choices three months before you’ve even met the actor you’re working with. By recording it live, Tom [Hooper] is allowing us the spontaneity of normal film acting.
  • When I started acting professionally, it was always theater. I’m so ignorant about films, but m getting slightly better – after having been chastised by many co-actors. While we were shooting The Other Boleyn Girl (2008), Scarlett Johansson compiled a whole list of the films I should watch.
  • I had auditioned to play in Elizabeth I with Helen Mirren. This thing involved me horse riding, which I was asked in audition, whether I could do. And it is a common truth, that as an actor, if you’re asked if you can horse ride, you say yes. But then cut to a month later, on the set in Lithuania, and there I am, on a horse, having not even set on a horse since I was four, blazing into things – I nearly killed myself and app. 43 Lithuanian extras. But at the audition of The Other Boleyn Girl (2008), they were like “So Eddie, how is your horse riding?” And I said, “Well, there is a little story I should probably tell you.” And they sent me off on a two-month training camp, and I literally learned to horse ride!
  • [on his favorite color] The color that Yves Klein does. Wet paint has a luminosity that dies when it dries and it loses the gloss. So Yves created this color scientifically that retains that luminosity. He was a big showman, so he got it copyrighted. The color is called IKB-International Klein Blue. And it sounds all bullshit-y and ridiculous, but when you stand in front of those canvases, the color is sublime and dumbfounding. So that specific color is my favorite color in the world. Are you going to follow this up with a colorblind question? (No, wasn’t planning on it, but if you want to discuss it. [interviewer vs. salisbury]) No, I talk passionately about that color and then people go “But you’re colorblind.” And I go, “I know. I don’t know what I see but I see it and I like it.”.
  • [on the process of learning lines] That’s what’s been keeping me up at night. What I love about this, though, is that Daniel Day-Lewis and Ryan Gosling have to learn lines, too. Do you know what I mean? However, genius Ryan Gosling is on the ukulele, however brilliant other people are, it’s reassuring to know that even Ben Kingsley has to walk around his room learning lines. It’s the great leveller.
  • [on being an actor] I think all actors have a similar deal. You want some people who understand. Although it looks great – and is great – there are also shoddy moments when you feel really rotten, and when it’s going well, you’re not allowed to complain. Your actor friends will understand the nuances of a painful director, or the loneliness of being… okay, in a beautiful hotel room somewhere exotic. But you’re by yourself for six months, and you’re thinking, “Oh God, I wish I could share it with someone.” I’m trying to buy a house and set some sense of roots because otherwise you’re constantly chasing one job after another, and you look back and you’ve had all these very extraordinary experiences with extraordinary people, but there’s not a line of continuity to it. [Interview with Fran Babb, November 2011]


  • While he was in University he auditioned for the role of Tom Marvolo Riddle in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) but he didn’t get the call back from the casting director.
  • Was asked to audition for the role of Kylo Ren in Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens (2015). He revealed that his audition was horrible.
  • Daughter, Iris Mary Redmayne with wife, Hannah Bagshawe, born June 15, 2016.
  • Is colour blind.
  • Has expressed his desire to work with Marion Cotillard.
  • When he first auditioned as a 12-year-old for a part as one of the princes in the tower in Richard III (1995), he was turned down by lead Ian McKellen as being unsuitable for the role.
  • He won an Oscar for playing Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything (2014), making him one of 17 actors to win the Award for playing a real person who was still alive at the evening of the Award ceremony (as of 2015). The other sixteen actors and their respective performances are: Spencer Tracy for playing Father Edward Flanagan in Boys Town (1938), Gary Cooper for playing Alvin C. York in Sergeant York (1941), Patty Duke for playing Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker (1962), Jason Robards for playing Ben Bradlee in All the President’s Men (1976), Robert De Niro for playing Jake La Motta in Raging Bull (1980), Sissy Spacek for playing Loretta Lynn in Coal Miner’s Daughter (1980), Jeremy Irons for playing Claus Von Bullow in Reversal of Fortune (1990), Susan Sarandon for playing Sister Helen Prejean in Dead Man Walking (1995), Geoffrey Rush for playing David Helfgott in Shine (1996), Julia Roberts for playing Erin Brockovich in Erin Brockovich (2000), Jim Broadbent for playing John Bayley in Iris (2001), Helen Mirren for playing Queen Elizabeth II in The Queen (2006), Sandra Bullock for playing Leigh Anne Tuohy in The Blind Side (2009), Melissa Leo for playing Alice Eklund-Ward in The Fighter (2010), Christian Bale for playing Dickie Eklund in The Fighter (2010) and Meryl Streep for playing Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady (2011).
  • He was awarded the OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2015 Queen’s Birthday Honours List for his services to drama. He is an actor in London, England.
  • Appeared in Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) in a key scene with Cate Blanchett. In 2015, Blanchett presented him the Oscar for Best Actor for The Theory of Everything (2014), having won the Best Actress Oscar one year before for Blue Jasmine (2013).
  • He and Julianne Moore played mother and son in Savage Grace (2007). In 2015, both won the Best Actor and Best Actress Oscar, respectively.
  • His fragrance of choice is Tom Ford’s Black Orchid.
  • Was named by his The Good Shepherd (2006) co-star and director Robert De Niro when De Niro was asked by Total Film magazine about younger actors he liked.
  • Attended Eton College, where he had classes with Prince William.
  • Eddie Redmayne is good friends with Benedict Cumberbatch. Both actors have portrayed Professor Stephen Hawking in different productions. Cumberbatch in Hawking (2004) and Redmayne in The Theory of Everything (2014).
  • His ancestry includes English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish. His paternal grandparents were John Marriner Redmayne and Audrey Mercedes D’Alton, and Eddie’s paternal great-grandfather, Sir Richard Augustine Studdert Redmayne, was a prominent mining and civil engineer. Eddie’s maternal grandparents are Thomas R. Burke and Mary Rattray.
  • Is very close friends with Jeremy Irvine.
  • He won the Critics’ Circle’s Award for Best Shakespearean Performance (named “The John and Wendy Trewin Award for best Shakespearean performance”) for his Richard II (December 2011 – February 2012 in Donmar Warehouse, London).
  • Has two half-siblings: Charles, an Internet-entrepreneur, and Eugenie. His older brother is James and is a bank-director. His younger brother is called Thomas (Tom).
  • His father is a managing director at a bank, and his mother worked at a relocation-office.
  • Won the Laurence Olivier Best Supporting Actor Award in March 2010 for his role in “Red” (Donmar Warehouse, London).
  • Won the Tony Award in 2010 as Actor (Featured Role – Play) for his performance in “Red”.
  • Presented an award at the 2006 Orange BAFTA Awards ceremony.
  • Has appeared in three biopics about the Tudor Family, including two biopics about Elizabeth I. In 2005, he played Southampton in Elizabeth I (2005), and in 2007, he played Anthony Babington in Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007). Both of the characters were traitors. In 2008, he appeared in The Other Boleyn Girl (2008) as Sir William Stafford, the second husband of Mary Boleyn, sister of Anne Boleyn, the mother of Elizabeth I; one of the leading characters is Henry VIII, father of Elizabeth I.
  • He was named Outstanding Newcomer at the London Evening Standard Awards 2004 and the London Critic’s Circle Theatre Awards 2005 for his performance in Edward Albee’s “The Goat or Who is Sylvia”, with Jonathan Pryce at the Almeida Theatre, Islington.
  • Parents are Richard and Patricia Redmayne.
  • Is an Old Etonian


Title Year Status Character
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 2 2018 pre-production Newt Scamander
Early Man 2018 filming Dug (voice)
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 2016 Newt
Lego Dimensions 2015 Video Game Newt Scamander (voice, uncredited)
The Danish Girl 2015 Einar Wegener
Lili Elbe
Thomas & Friends: Sodor’s Legend of the Lost Treasure 2015 Ryan (UK & US) (voice)
Jupiter Ascending 2015 Balem Abrasax
The Theory of Everything 2014 Stephen Hawking
Les Misérables 2012 Marius
Birdsong 2012 TV Mini-Series Stephen Wraysford
The Miraculous Year 2011 TV Movie Connor Lynn
My Week with Marilyn 2011 Colin Clark
Hick 2011 Eddie
The Pillars of the Earth 2010 TV Mini-Series Jack
Black Death 2010 Osmund
Glorious 39 2009 Ralph
Powder Blue 2009 Qwerty Doolittle
Tess of the D’Urbervilles 2008 TV Mini-Series Angel Clare
The Other Boleyn Girl 2008 William Stafford
The Yellow Handkerchief 2008 Gordy
Elizabeth: The Golden Age 2007 Thomas Babington
Savage Grace 2007 Antony Baekeland
The Good Shepherd 2006 Edward Wilson Jr.
Like Minds 2006 Alex Forbes
Elizabeth I 2005 TV Mini-Series Southampton
Doctors 2003 TV Series Rob Huntley
Animal Ark 1998 TV Series John Hardy
Title Year Status Character
The 85th Annual Academy Awards 2013 TV Special performer: “One Day More”
Les Misérables 2012 performer: “In My Life”, “Drink With Me”, “Do You Hear The People Sing?”, “The Final Battle”, “Empty Chairs At Empty Tables”, “Epilogue”, “Look Down”, “Eponine’s Errand”, “ABC Café / Red and Black”, “A Heart Full of Love”, “One Day More!”, “A Little Fall Of Rain”, “Building The Barricade Upon These Stones”, “Every Day/A Heart Full Of Love Reprise”, “The Death of Gavroche”, “The Wedding”, “Valjean’s Confession”, “Suddenly Reprise”
Title Year Status Character
Watching, Waiting 2017 Documentary short Himself
The 89th Annual Academy Awards 2017 TV Special Himself – Mean Tweets segment
The EE British Academy Film Awards 2017 TV Special
The 74th Golden Globe Awards 2017 TV Special documentary Himself – Presenter
Invincible A-List with Vince & Joan 2016 TV Series Himself
Made in Hollywood 2010-2016 TV Series Himself
Children in Need 2016 TV Series Himself
Children in Need: Fantastic Beasts Special 2016 TV Movie Himself
The View 2016 TV Series Himself – Guest
The Late Late Show with James Corden 2015-2016 TV Series Himself – Guest / Himself – Hosting Hopeful
WGN Morning News 2016 TV Series Himself
Good Morning Britain 2016 TV Series Himself – Newt Scamander
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert 2016 TV Series Himself – Guest
Access Hollywood 2016 TV Series Himself
The Insider 2014-2016 TV Series Himself
Today 2014-2016 TV Series Himself – Guest
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 2014-2016 TV Series Himself – Guest
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2012-2016 TV Series Himself – Guest
Extra 2015-2016 TV Series Himself
CBS News Sunday Morning 2016 TV Series Himself
The Graham Norton Show 2014-2016 TV Series Himself – Guest
Celebrity Style Story 2016 TV Series Himself
2016 MTV Movie Awards 2016 TV Special Himself – Presenter: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
E! Live from the Red Carpet 2015-2016 TV Series Himself / Himself – After Party Guest
The 88th Annual Academy Awards 2016 TV Special Himself – Presenter: Best Actress in a Leading Role and Nominee: Best Actor in a Leading Role
The EE British Academy Film Awards 2016 TV Special documentary Himself – Presenter
22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2016 TV Special Himself – Nominee: Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role / Presenter: Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
2016 Golden Globe Arrivals Special 2016 TV Special Himself
73rd Golden Globe Awards 2016 TV Special Himself – Presenter: Actress-Motion Picture Drama / Nominee
Birthday Stories with Lynn Hirschberg 2016 TV Series short Himself
The Making of the Danish Girl 2016 Video documentary short Himself
Film ’72 2015 TV Series Himself – Interviewee
Celebrity Conversations 2015 TV Series Himself
War Art with Eddie Redmayne 2015 TV Movie documentary Himself – Presenter
Red Nose Day 2015 TV Special Himself
BBC News 8pm Summary 2015 TV Series short Himself – Actor
Entertainment Tonight 2014-2015 TV Series Himself – The Theory of Everything / Himself
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2015 TV Series Himself – Guest
The 87th Annual Academy Awards 2015 TV Special Himself – Winner: Best Actor in a Leading Role
Tavis Smiley 2015 TV Series Himself – Guest
The EE British Academy Film Awards 2015 TV Special documentary Himself
Conan 2015 TV Series Himself – Guest
The 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2015 TV Special Himself – Presenter: Ensemble in ‘The Theory of Everything’ / Winner
20th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards 2015 TV Special Himself
72nd Golden Globe Awards 2015 TV Special Himself – Winner
CBS This Morning 2014-2015 TV Series Himself – Guest
Good Morning America 2015 TV Series Himself – Guest
Hollywood Sessions 2014 TV Series Himself
The Hollywood Reporter Roundtables 2014 TV Series Himself
Variety Studio: Actors on Actors 2014 TV Series Himself
The Daily Show 2014 TV Series Himself – Guest
Late Night with Seth Meyers 2014 TV Series Himself – Guest
Breakthrough Prize 2014 2014 TV Movie Himself – Presenter
Hollywood Film Awards 2014 TV Special Himself
Live with Kelly and Michael 2014 TV Series Himself – Guest
Sidewalks Entertainment 2014 TV Series Himself – Guest
BAFTA Britannia Awards Special 2014 2014 TV Special Himself – Presenter
IMDb: What to Watch 2014 TV Series documentary Himself
The EE British Academy Film Awards 2014 TV Special Himself – Presenter: EE Rising Star Award
2013 MTV Movie Awards 2013 TV Special Himself – Presenter
The 85th Annual Academy Awards 2013 TV Special Himself – Performer: One Day More
The Jonathan Ross Show 2013 TV Series Himself – Guest
70th Golden Globe Awards 2013 TV Special Himself – Audience Member (uncredited)
18th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards 2013 TV Special Himself
The 39th Annual People’s Choice Awards 2013 TV Special Himself – Presenter
Vivir de cine 2013 TV Series Himself
Janela Indiscreta 2013 TV Series Himself
Young Hollywood 2012 TV Series Himself
The Orange British Academy Film Awards: Red Carpet 2012 TV Special Himself
My Week with Marilyn: The Untold Story of an American Icon 2011 Video documentary short Himself / Colin Clark
The 64th Annual Tony Awards 2010 TV Special Himself – Presenter: Red & Winner: Best Featured Actor in a Play
Charlie Rose 2010 TV Series Himself – Guest
On the Edge of War: Uncovering ‘Glorious 39’ 2010 Video short Himself
Shooting Blue 2009 Video documentary short Himself
On Set: Making Boleyn 2008 Video short Himself
To Be a Lady 2008 Video short Himself
The Orange British Academy Film Awards 2007 TV Special Himself – Presenter
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
Chelsea Lately 2012 TV Series Marius
Masterpiece Classic 2012 TV Series Stephen Wraysford
Good Morning Britain 2017 TV Series Himself
Fox and Friends 2016 TV Series Himself
The Insider 2016 TV Series Himself
Extra 2015-2016 TV Series Himself
Entertainment Tonight 2015-2016 TV Series Himself / Himself – The Theory of Everything
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 2015 TV Series Himself
Inside Edition 2015 TV Series documentary Himself
Live with Kelly and Michael 2015 TV Series Himself
The Doctors 2015 TV Series Himself
Secret Voices of Hollywood 2013 TV Movie documentary Himself


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