ANEURIN BARNARD (Gibson), an Olivier Award winner, is one of
the industry's most promising young actors, with roles in several critically
acclaimed film, television and theatre productions to his credit. "Dunkirk"
marks his first major studio release.
Upcoming, Barnard stars in Tom Edmunds' independent comedy feature "Dead in a
Week: Or Your Money Back," alongside Tom Wilkinson and Marion Bailey. Earlier
this year, he starred as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in John Stephenson's "Interlude
in Prague," also starring James Purefoy and Samantha Barks; and George
Mendeluk's "Bitter Harvest," also with Barks, as well as Terence Stamp and Max
His previous film credits include leading roles in "The Truth About Emanuel";
"The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box"; "Mary Queen of Scots"; "Trap for
Cinderella"; the award-winning "Citadel," for which Barnard won the Best Actor
Award at the 2012 Puchon International Film Festival; "Hunky Dory," in which he
also showcased his singing talents; and "Ironclad."
Barnard has also been recognized for his work on the small screen. He was seen
earlier this year in the BBC miniseries "SS-GB," a dystopian drama based on Len
Deighton's 1978 novel. Last year, he starred in two very different BBC
miniseries "War & Peace," adapted from Tolstoy's classic novel, for which he
earned a Welsh BAFTA Award nomination for Best Actor; and "Thirteen." In
addition, he has had starring roles in such notable television projects as "The
Scandalous Lady W," "Killing Jesus," "Cilla," "Moonfleet," "The White Queen,"
and "We'll Take Manhattan."
A graduate of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Barnard first gained
attention playing the lead role of Melchior Gabor in the Tony Award-winning
musical "Spring Awakening." For his performance, he won a 2010 Olivier Award for
Best Actor in a Musical. He was also named a Star of Tomorrow by trade
publication Screen International.
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