Henry Lloyd-Hughes is an English actor who is famous for playing prominent roles in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Unrelated, The Inbetweeners, Miliband of Brothers, and Weekender.
Henry Lloyd Hughes was on August 1, 1985, in Westminster, London, England to mother Lucy Appleby and father Timothy Lloyd Hughes. His mother, Lucy was also an actress who worked in the British film & television industry and his father Timothy was a long-time senior executive with Deutsche Bank. Henry has two younger brothers, Theo Lloyd-Hughes, who is a record executive, and actor Ben Lloyd-Hughes. Both Ben and Henry were seen in Miliband of Brothers. Henry was educated at St. Paul, which is a well-known only boy school in the United Kingdom. He was the only boy in his year who did not attend university and rather went on acting.
Henry Lloyd-Hughes Career
Lloyd Hughes first made his appearance in the industry through Murphy’s Law in 2004 and the next year he played the role of Roger Davis in the fantasy film series Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. He was also seen as Jack in Joanna Hogg’s film Unrelated alongside Tom Hiddleston. Henry also played a recurring role of Mark Donovan in the television teen sitcom The Inbetweeners and the same role was reprised in the film The Inbetweeners Movie in 2011. The same year he was seen in numerous other films such as Dimensions, Anonymous, Weekender, R, Colonel Gaddafi: The Lost Footage, Acting = Intensity + Rebellion, and Shirley.
Along with his brother Ben, Henry played the role of former British Labour Party politician David Miliband in the TV film documentary Miliband of Brothers. In 2012, Henry portrayed the role of Burisov in the epic romantic drama film Anna Karenina alongside Keira Knightley and Aaron Taylor-Johnson. He was seen on the sets of the film Hello Carter with Jodie Whittaker and next year Henry was seen in short films, Insomniacs, Residents, and the historical romantic film Madame Bovary where he played Charles Bovary.
In 2015, Henry was featured in the drama series Indian Summers as Ralph Whelan and subsequently was also seen in the film Man Up as Daniel and in the series Les Misérables, The Durrells, The Inbetweeners: Fwends Reunited and Will. In fact, his theatre performances were portrayed on some of the most prominent theatre venues such as Almeida Theatre, Young Vic, and Lyric Hammersmith.
Recently in 2021, he appeared in the mini-series The English Game and The Pale Horse, the same year he was seen on the cast of The Irregulars, which is a drama series set to release in 2021 through Netflix. He will play one of the main characters of the series, Sherlock Holmes.
Henry Lloyd-Hughes Biography
|Real Name||Henry Lloyd-Hughes|
|Birth Date||August 1985|
|Birth Place||Westminster, London, United Kingdom|
|Height||in feet inches – 6’ 2” – in Centimetres – 187 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 83 kg – in Pounds – 182 lbs|
|Chest Size||41 inches|
|Waist Size||36 inches|
|Biceps Size||16 inches|
|Shoe Size||12 (U.S.)|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|School||St Paul’s School|
|Is he a Gay?||No|
|Favorite Food||Not Known|
|Favorite Destination||Not Known|
|Favorite Color||Not Known|
Henry has married his long-term girlfriend, Rosie Swash in 2014 who is a Guardian news editor, journalist, and avid Arsenal supporter. Together they have two children, about which Henry has not revealed any information. He is trying to keep his children away from any media interaction. Henry has an official and verified Instagram account under the username @matineeidle where his bio states ‘The most famous actor you’ve never heard of’ and has 7k followers. The actor also has a Twitter account with the same username and over 4k followers.
Henry Lloyd-Hughes Net worth
Henry’s major source of income is from being a professional actor since 2004, other than that, he also enacted in many theatre productions. As of 2021, his net worth is estimated to be around $3 million US Dollars. Apart from the film and television industry, Henry is also running his family business and is the co-founder of a cricket club.
- Henry Lloyd Hughes is an actor from London, England who will be seen in the upcoming drama series The Irregulars.
- He has lived in Hackney for almost 15 years now.
- Henry also appeared in many theatre productions such as Posh as Dimitri Mitropoulos, The Changeling as Lord Tomazo, and Bennet Francis in Punk Rock.
- He is a creative director at an independent, family-owned business named N.E.Blake & Co. established in 1926.
- He is the grandson of Basil Appleby, actor, producer, and creative director.
- Henry is the co-founder of Bloody Lads Cricket Club, a cricket team.