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Welcome to a website dedicated to supporting Joseph Millson, the talented, versatile British actor. Most recently on stage to 5 star reviews at the Royal Shakespeare Company, in the title role of The Rover until February 2017, Joseph was previously on stage at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, in Mr Foote's Other Leg until January 2016. Joseph was last seen on television in two BBC 2's series: Banished as ruthless Major Ross and The Last Kingdom as Aelfric, which returned spring 2017. He is known for TV roles as Matt Beer in Channel 4 comedy series Campus, as Luc Hemingway in BBC medical drama Holby City, as well as a number of guest roles in US and UK TV series: 24: Live Another Day and Penny Dreadful.

Joseph filmed award winning The Chameleon in UK and Spain, which broadcast in the US December 2015, and will be seen later in UK during 2017. Radio play Manfred by Lord Byron aired on BBC Radio 3, January 8th 2017, while short film Doll's House is screening at various film festivals. Joseph recently shot action film All The Devil's Men in London, and recorded a number of plays for BBC radio.

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Eight Days That Made Rome: behind the scenes video

Posted: May, 30, 2017

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Joseph has shared on Instagram a few photos and video from the set of Eight Days That Made Rome in Bulgaria, where he and Sarah-Jane are shooting episodes for the channel 5 series. The video contains shirtless scenes... 

 

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Eight Days That Made Rome: shooting in Bulgaria

Posted: May, 26, 2017

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Joseph is in Bulgaria at the moment shooting Eight Days That Made Rome for October Films, an 8 part docu drama to be broadcast on Channel 5. He shared a photo of a costume fitting for his role as Spartacus! 

Joseph's wife Sarah-Jane Potts is also in Bularia, and will be filming a role as Nero's mother for another episode in the series. 

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Amy & Sophia: trailer and release date

Posted: May, 18, 2017

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The first trailer for 'Amy and Sophia', previously known as Indifferent, has been shared on You Tube along with a release date for March 2017, which has obviously passed... IMDb has a poster, which includes Joseph who plays Mark Collins in the film. An official Facebook Page can be found via this link.

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