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Henry Lloyd-Hughes is a British actor, screenwriter and film producer.
Henry made his film debut in 2004, playing the role of Jenson Dawlish in one of the episodes of the television series Murphy's Law. Straight after that, his acting career went up.
Best Known For
In 2011, the actor starred in the film Dimensions as Stephen.
In 2012, Henry appeared in a romantic drama movie with Keira Knightley- Anna Karenina.
In 2014, Lloyd-Hughes was seen in another drama – Madame Bovary, portraying Charles Bovary.
In total, he played in 24 films and television series, and also in numerous theatre productions, including such popular TV shows as Killing Eve, The Pale Horse and Indian Summers.
Henry is straight. He married his long-term girlfriend in 2014.
Henry Lloyd-Hughes is the son of actress Lucy Appleby and long-time senior executive with Deutsche Bank Timothy Lloyd-Hughes. He has two younger brothers: Theo Lloyd-Hughes and Ben Lloyd-Hughes. Ben is also an actor.
The actor’s religion is not known.
Worth To Know
Henry and his brother Ben acted in Miliband of Brothers together.
In 2008, Henry made his screenwriting debut on the television series, and then wrote the scripts for three short films.
In 2011, Lloyd-Hughes produced two short films.
Henry’s wife is a journalist and avid Arsenal supporter. She regularly reminds him to turn on Match of the Day – a fact that he announces with irrepressible pride. The couple also has a joint fantasy football league.