Patrick George Considine is an English actor, director, and screenwriter.Paddy Considine Family, Parents, Wife, Children & Biography read all about on this Page. He has received two British Academy Film Awards, three Evening Standard British Film Awards, British Independent Film Awards and a Silver Lion for Best Short Film at the 2007 Venice Film Festival.
On television, Considine has had lead roles in several productions including; Pu-239 (2006), My Zinc Bed (2008), Red Riding (2009) and the BBC series Informer (2018), starring in the title role as Detective Inspector Jack Whicher in The Suspicions of Mr Whicher series of television films.
Paddy Considine Family Details and Biography
|Real Name||Paddy Considine|
|Birthdate||5 September 1973|
|Age (2022)||49 years|
|Place of Birth||Burton upon Trent, United Kingdom|
|Spouse/Partner||Shelley Considine (m. 2002)|
|Father Name||Martin Joseph Considine|
|Mother Name||Mrs.Joseph Considine|
|Profession||English actor, director, and screenwriter|
Paddy Considine Early Life
Considine was born on 5 September 1973. in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, and currently resides there. Considine attended Abbot Beyne Senior School and Burton College, among others. Considine enrolled at Burton College in 1990 to pursue a National Diploma in Performing Arts, where he met Shane Meadows for the first time. Considine moved away in 1994 to study photography at the University of Brighton. During his time there, he studied under social documentarian Paul Reas.
Paddy Considine Family Life and Parents
Paddy Considine Parents are Martin Joseph Considine (Father) and Mrs.Joseph Considine (Mother). His father, Martin Joseph Considine, was Irish. He has one Brother and Four Sisters. He grew up on a council estate in Winshill, a Burton village, with his Siblings.He very close her parents and enjoys spending time with them. His parents always supported his career.
Paddy Considine Wife, Children
Paddy Considine married with his beautiful wife Shelley Insley In 1991 with whom he has been in a relationship since he was 18.They have three children. Considine still lives in his home town of Burton upon Trent with his family.
Paddy Considine Physical Appearance
Paddy Considine Professional Career
Patrick George Considine is a screenwriter, director, and actor from England. He often works with filmmaker/director Shane Meadows. He has received two British Academy Film Awards, three Evening Standard British Film Awards, British Independent Film Awards, and a Silver Lion at the 2007 Venice Film Festival for Best Short Film.
His first major onscreen appearance was in A Room for Romeo Brass (1999), his first collaboration with Meadows, in which he played the small-town disturbed character Morell. His breakthrough performance as the love-struck misfit Alfie in Pawe Pawlikowski’s Last Resort (2000) earned him the Best Actor award at the Thessaloniki Film Festival.
Throughout the early 2000s, he had starring roles in In America (2003) and My Summer of Love (2004), as well as supporting roles in Doctor Sleep (2002) and 24 Hour Party People (2002). He won the 2005 Empire Award for Best British Actor and was nominated for the British Independent Film Award for Best Actor for his role as Richard in Meadows’ revenge film Dead Man’s Shoes (2004), which he co-wrote.
Considine has appeared in several television productions, including Pu-239 (2006), My Zinc Bed (2008), Red Riding (2009), and the BBC series Informer (2018), in which he played Detective Inspector Jack Whicher in the Suspicions of Mr Whicher series of television films.
In addition to recurring roles in series 3 of the BBC gangster series Peaky Blinders (2016) and the HBO miniseries The Outsider, he has appeared in a number of short films (2020). Considine co-starred in the Sky Atlantic miniseries The Third Day with Jude Law (2020). He debuted in the HBO Game of Thrones prequel series House of the Dragon in 2022.
Considine made his feature film debut with the short film Dog Altogether (2007), which he wrote and directed and won a BAFTA Award for Best Short Film, a British Independent Film Award, a Silver Lion at the 2007 Venice Film Festival, and the Seattle International Film Festival Short Film Jury Award (and its 2011 feature film adaptation Tyrannosaur, which won a second BAFTA Award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director, or Producer and a British Independent Film Award).
Despite playing Banquo in the 2015 film adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Considine has only had a brief stage career. In 2018 and 2019, he received Olivier and Tony Award nominations for Best Actor for his performances in The Ferryman at the Royal Court Theatre, the Gielgud Theatre, and the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on Broadway.