- 1 Who is Harry Treadaway?
- 2 How rich is he, as of now? Harry Treadaway Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity
- 4 Educational Background and Interests
- 5 The mid-2000s: Career Beginnings
- 6 The late 2000s: Rise to Prominence
- 7 The early 2010s: Continued Success
- 8 The mid-2010s: “Penny Dreadful” and Other Roles
- 9 The late 2010s: Recent and Upcoming Projects
- 10 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 11 Personal Life and Hobbies
Who is Harry Treadaway?
Harry John Newman Treadaway was born on 10 September 1984 under the sign of Virgo in Exeter, Devon, England. He is a 35-year-old actor, probably best recognized for starring in the role of Mark Brogan in the British thriller drama series “Cape Wrath” (2007), playing Dr. Victor Frankenstein in the British-American horror drama series “Penny Dreadful” (2014-2016), and featuring as Brady Hartsfield in the American crime drama series “Mr. Mercedes” (2017-2018).
HARRY TREADAWAYEl 10 de septiembre el actor inglés Harry Treadaway cumple 32 años. Hijo de un arquitecto y una…
How rich is he, as of now? Harry Treadaway Net Worth
As of early 2020, Harry Treadaway’s net worth is over $16 million, acquired through his successful involvement in the film industry as a professional actor, who has starred in more than 30 TV and film titles since his career started in the mid-2000s.
Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity
Harry Treadaway spent his early years in Sanford in Devon, where he was raised by his parents – their names haven’t been revealed, but it is known that his father works as an architect and his mother is a primary school teacher. Harry is an identical twin brother of Luke Treadaway, who is also an actor. He has an elder brother named Sam Treadaway, an artist. Harry is British by nationality, and is of White Caucasian ethnicity.
Educational Background and Interests
Harry and his twin brother went to Queen Elizabeth’s Community College in Crediton, Devon, where they were part of the Rugby Union team that won the Devon Cup twice. Since they developed their love for acting very early, the twins would eventually join the National Youth Theatre. Moreover, Harry attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, from which he graduated in 2006. Harry and Luke were also interested in music, and formed the band called Lizardsun.
The mid-2000s: Career Beginnings
Harry Treadaway made his debut film appearance in the role of Tom Howe in the 2005 mockumentary film “Brothers Of The Head”, next to his twin brother Luke.
The film is based on the novel of the same title written by Brian Aldiss, and they portrayed twins in a punk rock band, and even performed and recorded nine tracks for the soundtrack album. They shared a British Independent Film Award nomination in the category of Most Promising Newcomer. Harry made his television debut guest-starring as George Erskine in the episode “Sleeping Murder” of the ITV crime drama series “Agatha Christie’s Marple”, after which he also guest-starred as Liam in the episode “Roadside Bouquets” of the ITV drama series “Afterlife”, both in 2006.
The late 2000s: Rise to Prominence
In 2007, Harry joined the cast of the Channel 4 thriller drama series “Cape Wrath” (also known as “Meadowlands”), in which he portrayed Mark Brogan.
During the same year, he landed the role of Dean Hamilton in the BBC One drama film “Recovery”, and played Steve Morris in the biographical film about Ian Curtis, entitled “Control”, directed by Anton Corbijn. He then featured as Billy in the Channel 4 drama film “The Shooting Of Thomas Hurndall”, followed by his portrayal of Peter in the short drama “Love You More”, directed by Sam Taylor-Wood, both in 2008. During the same year, Harry landed the lead role of Matthew Ryan in the thriller horror film “The Disappeared”, and played Doon Harrow in the sci-fi adventure film “City Of Ember”, which would later became a cult film.
In 2009, Harry made his stage debut alongside his twin brother in Mark Ravenhill’s play “Over There” at the Royal Court Theatre.
By the end of the decade, he also played Billy in Andrea Arnold’s 2009 drama film “Fish Tank”, and starred as Nikko in the 2010 low-budget drama film “Pelican Blood”, which premiered at the Edinburgh Film Festival.
The early 2010s: Continued Success
In 2011 Harry was quite busy, since he landed the role of Duncan Pearce in the BBC2 drama romance film “The Night Watch”, played James Furlong in Agnès Merlet’s thriller fantasy “Hideaways”, and featured as Jake in the coming-of-age drama film “Albatross”, directed by Niall MacCormick. In the following year, he starred as Andy Macguire in the zombie comedy “’Cockneys Vs Zombies”, and appeared in the music video for the song “A Wall” by Bat For Lashes.
Afterwards, he won the main role of Jonathan Anselme in the Canal+ action thriller mini-series “Flight Of The Storks”, followed by his portrayal of Frank in the western action film “’The Lone Ranger”, and performance as Glen Davies in the BBC One drama series “Truckers”, all in 2013.
The mid-2010s: “Penny Dreadful” and Other Roles
In 2014, Harry guest-starred as Sub-Lieutenant Hepworth in an episode of the BBC America biographical drama mini-series “Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond”, about Ian Fleming’s military career, after which he played Paul in the sci-fi horror film “Honeymoon”, opposite Rose Leslie.
Thereafter, he joined the main cast of the British-American horror drama series “Penny Dreadful” created by John Logan for Showtime, and was also aired on Sky Atlantic from 2014 to 2016 – Harry appeared in the role of Dr. Victor Frankenstein in 27 episodes, starring next to such actors as Timothy Dalton, Josh Hartnett and Eva Green.
The late 2010s: Recent and Upcoming Projects
During 2017 and 2018, Harry was cast as the main character Brady Hartsfield in the American crime drama series “Mr. Mercedes”, broadcast on the Audience Network – the series is based on the Bill Hodges novel trilogy written by Stephen King. The role of Brady earned him a Satellite Award nomination in the category of Best Actor in a Television Series – Drama.
In 2018, he featured as Miles in Nash Edgerton’s crime comedy film “Gringo”, alongside Joel Edgerton and Charlize Theron, then guest-starred as Sir Roderic Victor ‘Roddy’ Llewellyn in the episode “Cri De Coeur” of the Netflix historical drama series “The Crown” in 2019.
Most recently, Harry portrayed Narek in the web series “Star Trek: Picard” (2020), broadcast on the streaming service CBS All Access. It is announced that he will be featured as Chicci in Anthony Lucero’s upcoming drama film “Halo Of Stars”, which is currently under post-production. He will also provide his voice to the character Sato Karne in the upcoming video game “Squadron 42”.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Harry Treadaway has short dark brown hair and blue eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 10ins (1.78m),while he weighs around 165lbs (75kgs).
Personal Life and Hobbies
Harry Treadaway was romantically involved in a relationship with writer Polly Stenham from 2008 to 2011. He has been dating Holliday Grainger since 2015; she is an actress known for her performances as Lucrezia Borgia in the Showtime historical-fiction drama series “The Borgias” and DI Rachel Carey in the mystery crime-drama mini-series “The Capture”. In his spare time, Harry enjoys rock climbing, cycling, and kayaking. He is a vegetarian.