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Occupation  Actor
Name  Chris Larkin
Role  Actor

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Full Name  Christopher Stephens
Born  19 June 1967 (age 54) (1967-06-19) London, England, United Kingdom
Relatives  Toby Stephens (brother)
Siblings  Toby Stephens, Quinn Hawkins, Lucy Dilon, Michael Stephens
Parents  Robert Stephens, Maggie Smith
Grandparents  Margaret Hutton-Smith, Nathaniel Smith
Nieces  Tallulah Stephens, Kura Stephens
Movies  Master and Commander: The Far S, The Facility, Hitler: The Rise of Evil, Angels & Insects, Valkyrie
Similar People  Toby Stephens, Maggie Smith, Robert Stephens, Beverley Cross, Anna‑Louise Plowman

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Chris Larkin (born Christopher Stephens on 19 June 1967) is an English actor.

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Early life

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Born Christopher Stephens in London, Larkin is the elder son of actors Dame Maggie Smith and Sir Robert Stephens. He revealed in an interview that he changed his stage name in order to distance himself professionally from his famous parents. He chose "Larkin" because he was very fond of the work of poet Philip Larkin.

Career

Larkin trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). He is best known for playing Hermann Göring in the film Hitler: The Rise of Evil, but also played Charles Darwin for the PBS series Evolution and the abolitionist William Wilberforce in the radio production of Grace Victorious. Larkin also played Capt. Howard of the Marines in Peter Weir's Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World alongside Paul Bettany and Russell Crowe, and appeared in Valkyrie with Tom Cruise playing Sgt. Helm. Other film credits are Angels and Insects, Franco Zeffirelli's Jane Eyre and Tea with Mussolini, and Heroes and Villains directed by Selwyn Roberts.

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Larkin played Cambridge in three series of John Sullivan's Roger Roger for BBC1 and George Marsden in Charles Sturridge's critically acclaimed Shackleton for Channel Four. Larkin also appeared in the 2007 episode of Doctor Who "The Shakespeare Code" and the 2012 low-budget horror film The Facility (originally titled Guinea Pigs) directed by Ian Clark.

In 2013 he starred in the television revival of Yes, Prime Minister as Bernard Woolley., reprising the role he had played in the Gieguld Theatre in London's West End.

Other theatre credits include: Edgar in The Lady from Depuque starring his mother, Maggie Smith, and directed by Antony Page; Jopari in Nicholas Hytner's groundbreaking production of His Dark Materials at The National Theatre; The Whisky Taster by James Graham at the Bush Theatre, London; and the nationwide tour of Noises Off, directed by Lindsay Posner.

Partial filmography

  • Angels & Insects (1995) - Robin Whitefield
  • Jane Eyre (1996) - Frederick Lynn
  • Tea with Mussolini (1999) - Major Gibson
  • Command Approved (2000) - First Officer
  • Hitler: The Rise of Evil (2003) - Hermann Göring
  • Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003) - Capt. Howard, Royal Marines
  • Heroes and Villains (2006) - RRW
  • Valkyrie (2008) - Sergeant Helm
  • The Facility (2012) - Dr. Mansell
  • The Program (2015) - John Wilcockson
  • References

    Chris Larkin Wikipedia


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