Stephen Dillane Height Weight Body Statistics

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Born Name

Stephen J. Dillane

Nick Name

Stephen Dillon

Stephen Dillane face closeup

Sun Sign

Sagittarius

Born Place

Kensington, London, England, United Kingdom

Nationality

English

Education

Stephen attended University of Exeter from where he graduated with 2 major degrees in history and political science.

Stephen, then went to Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in Bristol, England to learn acting.

Occupation

Actor

Family

  • Father – Dr. John Dillane (Surgeon)
  • Mother – Bridget Dillane (née Curwen)
  • Siblings – Richard Dillane (Younger Brother) (Actor)

Manager

Stephen is signed with Michelle Braidman Associates.

Build

Slim

Height

6 ft 0 in or 183 cm

Weight

82 kg or 181 pounds

Spouse

Stephen Dillane married –

  • Naomi Wirthner – Stephen is married to Naomi Wirthner who is also an actress. The couple has two kids, Seamus Dillane and Frank Dillane (Actor).

Race / Ethnicity

White

Stephen has Australian ancestry on his father’s side, while he is of British descent on his mother’s side.

Stephen Dillane with an award
Stephen Dillane with an award

Hair Color

Dark Brown

Eye Color

Grey

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

  • Often appears in war movies
  • Grey eyes

Measurements

Stephen’s body specifications are not known.

Shoe Size

11 (US) or 10 (UK) or 44 (EU)

Brand Endorsements

Stephen Dillane hasn’t signed any endorsement contract yet.

Religion

Stephen’s religious beliefs are not known.

Stephen Dillane

Best Known For

Stephen is best known for his roles in the movies Spy Game (2001) as Charles Harker, The Hours (2002) as Leonard Woolf, King Arthur (2004) as Merlin, Goal! (2005) as Glen Foy, Nine Lives (2005) as Martin, Savage Grace (2007) as Brooks Baekland, God on Trial (2008) as Schmidt, Storm (2009) as Keith Haywood, Perfect Sense (2011) as Stephen Montgomery and Zero Dark Thirty (2012) as National Security Adviser.

Dillane also appeared in many TV series, but the one that he will be remembered for is the popular TV series Game of Thrones (2012-) in which he played the character of Stannis Baratheon.

First Film

Stephen first appeared in the TV movie The Secret Garden (1987) playing as Captain Lennox.

But, his first featured appearance was in the movie Hamlet (1990) in which he played the character of Horatio.

First TV Show

Stephen had his television debut in the episode “Steel Searching: Part 1″ of the TV series Remington Steele in 1985 playing the character of Bradford Galt.

Personal Trainer

Stephen Dillane is one of those actors, who does not workout.

Stephen Dillane Favorite Things

Source – The Guardian

Stephen Dillane

Stephen Dillane Facts

  1. After his graduation from the University of Exeter, Stephen became a journalist for weekly newspaper The Croydon Advertiser.
  2. He was inspired by the actor Trevor Eve, who left his main profession (architecture), so he can pursue acting. That was enough reason for Stephen that soon after he read the story of Trevor, joined Bristol Old Vic Theater School.
  3. Stephen was known by the name Stephen Dillon until early 1990, when he changed it back to his birth name, i.e., Stephen Dillane.
  4. In 2000, he won the Tony Award for his role in the play The Real Thing.
  5. He started acting in his mid-twenties.
  6. In 1999, Stephen received an award for Best Actor at the London’s Evening Standard Awards for his acts in The Real Thing.

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