Name Sam Hoare
Years active 2006–present
Spouse Romola Garai (m. 2014)
|Full Name Simon Patrick Douro Hoare|
Born June 27, 1981 (age 34) (1981-06-27)
Occupation Actor, director, writer
Known for Dickie Burnell, in Bert & Dickie (BBC1)
Education Eton College, University of Edinburgh
Movies Having You, Captain America: The First, The Golden Compass, Keeping Rosy
Similar People Romola Garai, James Norton, Andrew Buchan, Phil Davis, Anna Friel
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Sam Hoare (born 27 June 1981) is a British actor and director known for his role as Dickie Burnell, alongside Matt Smith in BBC1's Olympic drama Bert & Dickie (2012).
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- Early life education
- Acting career
- As director and writer
- Personal life
Hoare wrote and directed his début feature film, Having You, starring Anna Friel and Romola Garai, which was premièred in May 2013 on Sky Movies.
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Early life & education
Born Simon Patrick Douro Hoare, he is the son of Timothy James Douro Hoare and his former wife "Linda" Kinvara Cayzer, the granddaughter of Herbert Cayzer, 1st Baron Rotherwick. Hoare was educated at Eton College, and then read Philosophy and Psychology at the University of Edinburgh, where he performed in a number of plays at the student theatre.
Hoare went on to perform on stage, including productions at the Chichester Theatre, Shakespeare's Globe and The Theatre Royal Haymarket, for a 6-month run of Breakfast at Tiffany's directed by Sean Mathias. Alongside his theatrical and TV appearances, including Eastenders and Doctors, Hoare appeared in films; with Nicole Kidman in The Golden Compass and Samuel L. Jackson in Captain America.
After his role in Bert & Dickie in 2012, Hoare guest-starred in BBC1's Father Brown and in Stephen Poliakoff's BBC2 drama Dancing On The Edge, as well as a comedy lead in Blandings for BBC1, based on the celebrated stories of P.G. Wodehouse; also starring Jennifer Saunders, Timothy Spall, David Walliams and Paloma Faith.
As director and writer
Hoare has directed a number of music videos and two short films; Training Day which was accepted into several major festivals including the Rushes Soho Shorts Festival and the Encounters International Film Festival; and more recently, Babysitting starring Romola Garai, Dan Stevens and Imogen Stubbs.
Alongside Having You, Hoare has a number of feature writing projects in development, as well as a TV pilot Underperforming which is currently in development with Finite Films.
In March 2013 the actress Romola Garai gave birth to their daughter. Hoare and Garai were married in July 2014.