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Welcome to a website dedicated to supporting Joseph Millson, the talented, versatile award winning British actor, who won 'Best Performance in a Play' at the 2017 UK Theatre Awards for his lead role in the RSC's The Rover, and a 2018 Take5 Theatre Award for for his two roles in Apologia at the Trafalgar Studios.

Joseph is currently on stage in The Borrowers, Twelfth Night and Henry V at the Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre, and will next be seen as Mr Banks in the West End revival of Mary Poppins. 

Feature film Angel Has Fallen, shot in London is released in August 2019, while Dragonheart Vengeance filmed in Romania is in post production. Season 4 of TV series The Last Kingdom will broadcast later in 2019.

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Angel Has Fallen: released in US and UK cinemas today

Posted: Aug, 24, 2019

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Angel Has Fallen, with Joseph Millson as Agent Ramirez, has been released in UK and US cinemas today. Another new image of Joseph as Agent Ramirez has been shared on Icon, along with interviews with Morgan Freeman and Gerard Butler. 

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Angel Has Fallen: cinema release August 23rd

Posted: Aug, 20, 2019

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A new photo of Joseph Millson as Agent Ramirez in Angel Has Fallen has been shared by the Lionsgate Publicity website, along with film details, trailers and clips, and production notes. The film opens in the US on August 23rd, and you can find the official film website here.

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Henry V: Best of all is Joseph Millson as Henry

Posted: Aug, 15, 2019

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The three plays running in rep at the Grosvenor House Open Air Theatre have only 10 days or so left. The Borrowers, Twelfth Night and Henry V all end their runs around 25th August. Get the last tickets here.  

Best of all is Joseph Millson as Henry. At once contemplative and commanding, he combines much of both Branagh's and Olivier's approaches, as he struggles to reconcile the public and private faces of the king. Sunday Express

Millson makes for a statesman-like Henry, delivering his speeches with gravitas. The Stage

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