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DAN STEVENS' (Sir Lancelot) recent motion picture credits include the independent feature The Cobbler, directed by Thomas McCarthy; The Guest, directed by Adam Wingard for Snoot Entertainment; and A Walk Among Tombstones, directed by Scott Frank for Cross Creek Pictures. Previously, Stevens appeared in The Fifth Estate, directed by Bill Condon for DreamWorks; Summer In February, directed by Chris Menaul; Vamps, directed by Amy Heckerling; and the German-language feature Hilde, directed by Kai Wessel.

On television, Stevens recently starred in "Downton Abbey" Seasons 1, 2 & 3; "Sense & Sensibility" (BBC); "Maxwell" (BBC); "Marple" (Granada); "Dracula" (Granada/BBC); "The Line of Beauty" (BBC); and "Frankenstein" (Hallmark).

Theatre credits include "The Heiress," directed by Moises Kaufman on Broadway; "Arcadia," in the West End, directed by David Leveaux; "Every Good Boy Deserves Favour," directed by Felix Barrett and Tom Morris at The National Theatre, London; "The Vortex," at The Apollo; and "Hay Fever," at The Haymarket, the latter two directed by Peter Hall.

Stevens was also part of the Judging Panel for the Man Booker Prize 2012, has contributed a regular column to The Sunday Telegraph, and is the Editor-at-Large for the online literary quarterly The Junket. He resides in New York.

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