Sean Harris

Movie Actor

Sean Harris was born in Bethnal Green, England, United Kingdom on January 7th, 1966 and is the Movie Actor. At the age of 58, Sean Harris biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 7, 1966
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Bethnal Green, England, United Kingdom
58 years old
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Actor, Film Actor, Stage Actor, Television Actor
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Sean Harris Life

Sean Harris, an English actor and writer, is a writer and actor.

Solomon Lane appeared in Mission: Impossible (2015) and Mission: Impossible (2018), He is best known for his role as Solomon Lane in the films Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (2015) and Mission: Impossible – Fallout (2018). Harris received the British Academy Television Award for his role in the miniseries Southcliffe (2013).

He has since been nominated for Best Supporting Actor three times by the British Institute of Actors.

Early life and education

Harris was born in Woodbridge, Suffolk, and grew up in Lowestoft, Suffolk. He attended Denes High School, later called the Ormiston Denes Academy in Lowestoft, Suffolk. From 1989 to 1992, he moved to London to train at the Drama Centre London from 1989 to 1992.


Sean Harris Career


Harris was a member of the Glasgow Citizens Theatre, where he appeared in stage performances such as Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet directed by Giles Havergal and Don Juan's Carino directed by Robert David MacDonald. In a Nottingham Playhouse production of Angels Rave On, directed by Jonathan Church, he appeared as Lysander in a production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Matthew Lloyd at the Haymarket Theatre (Leicester) and as Johnny in a Nottingham Playhouse production of Angels Rave On.

On ITV1's television series See No Evil: The Moors Murders (2006), the 2007 television films in the United States) as Gordon Ormond and the BBC series Ashes to Ashes as Arthur Layton.

In 2009, he played corrupt Detective Bob Craven in Channel 4's critically acclaimed Red Riding trilogy and as photographer Anton Blair in Dean Cavanagh's comedy series, Svengali.

Brian Tobin, co-founder of the drug treatment facility The Iceni Project, which is based in Suffolk, was depicted in the BBC television drama Five Daughters (2010). Harris followed Tobin around during pre-production when preparing to play him.

Harris appeared in The Borgias, a Neil Jordan series, from 2011 to 2013. Stephen Morton appeared in Channel 4's Southcliffe in 2013, and Harris would receive the Best Actor award from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in 2014. He also appeared in the poorly received BBC version of Jamaica Inn, which became a subject of controversy and made national news about its mumbling cast and other audio issues.

In the 1999 biblical, historical, drama television film version of Jesus, Harris appeared in the main cast role of Thomas the Disciple and later Thomas the Apostle. In Michael Winterbottom's 2002 film 24 Hour Party People and as Steven in Kevin Thomas' film short True Love (Once Removed), his roles include Joy Division's lead singer Ian Curtis and As Steven. The film was selected for the Clermont-Ferrand, London Raindance, and Los Angeles Short Film Festivals in 2004, and also qualified for an Oscar nomination in 2004.

In the 2005 mockumentary Brothers of the Head, directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, Harris also played Nick Sidney. Eddie in Saxon, directed by Greg Loftin, appeared in his first film lead role in 2007. Stretch in Harry Brown, directed by Daniel Barber, appeared in 2009.

Harris appeared in Native Son, Scotland's third film short, written and directed by Scott Graham in 2010. It premiered at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival.

In 2012, he appeared in Ridley Scott's Prosecutors on Fidley Scott's Prosecutors.

In Deliver Us From Evil (2014), directed by Scott Derrickson and based on Ralph Sarchie and Lisa Collier Cool's 2001 novel "Beware the Night" (2001). Based on the producer's reaction to Harry Brown's appearance in Harry Brown, he was cast by Derrickson for the film, without the director's knowledge. In Guy Myhill's The Goob, he appeared as Gene Womack for the same year. Harris was previously directed by Myhill in two film shorts, Two Halftimes to Hell (1997) and The Fabulous Bilsons (2001). Harris ended the year with his appearances in the critically acclaimed '71, directed by Yann Demange, for which he received a British Independent Film Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor and Campbell in Serena (2014), directed by Susanne Bier, 2007.

Harris appeared in Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, directed by Christopher McQuarrie, and as Macduff in Justin Kurzel's Macbeth in 2015. In 2016, Trespass Against Us, his next venture, was announced.

In 2016, Harris film Possum, a Matthew Holness film in which he plays the main character. In the sequel Mission: Impossible – Fallout (2018), Lane reprised his role.

In the film Spencer, Harris portrayed Darren McGrady, the Royal Head Chef, as well as a frail King Arthur.

Harris appeared as a clown in a music video for Norwich band Lose Control directed by Myhill (evidently shot at the same time as The Fabulous Bilsons).

In 2007, he appeared in a video for Mark Ronson's "Stop Me."

Harris appeared in the London-based music company Battles, directed by Montserrat Lombard in 2012. Harris and Lombard have been working on the screenplay for a film short, White, as well as a script for a feature-length film, Imager. He will be the lead in the film short with Lombard directing again.


The house that was robbed: Kenneth Noye, the street rage killer who gained his violent fame and predicted that an undercover cop would be stabbed has now sold for £2.5 million, February 14, 2024
Kenneth Noye, the road rage killer who killed an undercover policeman, has finally sold for less than it last changed hands for in 2006. Noye's Mock-Tudor mansion was constructed by Noye from the ill-gotten gains from his time in jail and was originally called Hollywood Cottage. Noye also used it to hide some of the £26 million robbed gold bullions robbed from the Brink's-Mat robbery in November 1983, which ended in eight years in jail. It has now sold for closer to £2.5 million - less than the £2.8 million it last went for in May 2006, with the estate agent confirming that it would make a 'lovely home.' The 8,500 sq ft home in West Kingsdown, Kent, was the epicentre of Noye's life of crime. It features a swimming pool, sauna, and steam room, six bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a self-contained apartment above a triple garage. Inset: Stephen Cameron, who was stabbed to death by Noye.