|Real Name||Dan Stevens|
|Known for||Downton Abbey|
|Date of Birth||October 10, 1982|
|Birthplace||Croydon, United Kingdom|
|Eye Color||blue eyes|
|Hair Color||dark brown|
Daniel Jonathan Stevens, also known as Dan Stevens, was born on October 10, 1982, in Croydon, London. He has already made himself credible in the English movie industry as an actor and producer. He is best known for his role in “Downtown Abbey” as Matthew Crawley which is broadcasted on the British TV channel.
Dan Stevens Career
Though he has never thought of ending up in this industry, his fate brought him here. He was an adopted child and grew up with his younger brother in Wales.
Dan Stevens Education
He was good in study and completed his study at Emmanuel College where he got a degree in English literature.
In the university, he joined many theatre activities to which he got little exposure. There, he was marked by the popular director Peter Hall from which he got an offer to play alongside him. He started his professional career in 2004 when he played the role of Orlando in “As You Like It”.
In that same year, he appeared on the TV screen as well in “Frankenstein” where he played the role of Henry Clerval. He has played various roles in TV shows as well as in movies. But he is more popular in the TV series than in the movies. In 2006, he got a chance to play in “The Line of Beauty” as Nick Guest.
Dan Stevens Series
In 2008, he appeared in the popular miniseries “Sense and Sensibility” where he portrayed the role of Edward Ferrars. He has also appeared in Agatha Christie’s Marple. But his real success came from “Downton Abbey” where he got the main role.
From this series, he also won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance b an Ensemble in a Drama Series. Lately, he has appeared in popular TV shows such as “The Tomorrow People” and “Once Upon a Time: Wicked is Coming”.
He made his debut in the movie from “Dracula” in 2006 where he played the role of Lord Arthur Holmwood.
He has got a variety of roles in his different appearances in the movies. But he has always maintained his stardom and did justice to the roles. Some of his successful movies are “Maxwell”, “Hilde”, “The Turn of the Screw”, “Vamps”, “The Fifth Estate”, “The Cobbler” and “The Guest”. From the movie “Summer in February”, he became the executive producer of movie as well. His upcoming movies are “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb”, “Criminal Activities” and “The Ticket”. He has also performed on the stage several times. His latest appearance on the stage is in “The Heiress” as Morris Townsend.
Dan Stevens Audiobooks
He has also worked in audiobooks where he has done the job of the narrator. From the audiobook “Frankenstein”, he was nominated for two Audie Awards in 2013.
He has also worked on the radio as a host of many successful programs. He is a tall guy with a height of 6 feet and a weight of 76 kg. In the case of marital status, he is a married guy.
Dan Stevens Marriage Status
He met his wife in 2006 for the first time and they got married in 2009. His wife is a jazz singer in South Africa. The couple has got two children, a son, and a daughter. They both loved their kids very much and try to make it possible to spend more time with them.
As they are happily married couples, there are no symptoms of getting divorced in near future. Though there were rumors that he is gay before his marriage, he proved them wrong. He had no girlfriends before his marriage as well. He has a net worth of $45 million.
|School Name||Tonbridge School|
|Collage / Uni||Emmanuel College, Cambridge|
|Qualification||Degree in English|
|Net Worth||$4 Million|
|Daughter(s)||Willow Stevens, Eden Stevens|
|Favorite Food||Fast Food|
|Favorite Film||The Guest|
|Favorite Actor||Tom Holland|
|Favorite Singer||Susie Hariet, Dan Stevens (musician), Dan Stevens (musician)|
|Favorite Colour||Light Brown|