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Born in Staffordshire in 1975, HUGH DANCY read English Literature at Oxford University. After graduating in 1997, he moved to London to pursue his wish to become an actor, making his acting debut in Lynda La Plante's acclaimed TV drama series "Trial and Retribution II.”

In 1998, Dancy was cast as "David Copperfield” in the Hallmark/TNT production of the Charles Dickens novel directed by Peter Medak. He then went on to appear in the hugely popular drama series "Cold Feet,” Tim Fywell's lavish costume drama "Madame Bovary” and "Young Blades.”

In 2002, Dancy starred in "Billy and the Crab Lady” at London's Soho Theatre and took the lead in the feature film The Sleeping Dictionary. Returning from location in Indonesia, he joined the cast of Sam Mendes' "To the Green Fields Beyond” at the Donmar Warehouse.

Other notable feature film credits include Ridley Scott's Oscar®-nominated Black Hawk Down, Tempo opposite Melanie Griffith and Rachel Leigh Cook, Ella Enchanted and Jerry Bruckheimer's King Arthur. In 2004, Dancy starred opposite John Hurt in Michael Caton-Jones' drama set in Rwanda, Shooting Dogs. He also starred in HBO/Channel Four's "Elizabeth I” with Dame Helen Mirren and will soon be seen in the thriller Blood and Chocolate.


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