JAMES D'ARCY graduated from LAMDA in 1995 and quickly became a popular face on
British screens with lead roles in Ruth Rendell's BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION, THE
CANTERVILLE GHOST and THE ICE HOUSE. In 1997, D'Arcy was cast in the BBC hit
mini-series THE HISTORY OF TOM JONES, A FOUNDLING. Following this, in 1999, he
played the co-lead in the World War 1 drama, THE TRENCH, with Daniel Craig. In
2002, D'Arcy played a young Sherlock Holmes in the television movie, SHERLOCK
HOLMES: CASE OF EVIL. Other television credits include "Secret Diary of a Call
Girl" (2009-2010), where he played Duncan alongside Billie Piper, and MANSFIELD
D'Arcy's feature film credits include the recent release SCREWED (2011),
opposite Noel Clarke, AN AMERICAN HAUNTING (2005), the multi award-winning
MASTER AND COMMANDER (2003), alongside Russell Crowe and Paul Bettany, and DOT
THE I (2003) with Gael Garcia Bernal and Tom Hardy. D'Arcy is currently filming
the lead role in the drama THE PHILOSOPHERS.
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