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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 will return 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 plays God of Carnage and The Forsytes broadcast on BBC Radio 4 during 2016, with Manfred by Lord Byron aired on BBC Radio 3, January 8th 2017. Joseph is currently shooting action film All The Devil's Men in London.

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New photos from photographer Garry Lake

Posted: Apr, 07, 2017

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Photographer Garry Lake has shared a stunning, previously unseen photo of Joseph, from one of his photoshoots on Twitter.

 

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Doll's House: official selection for Paris Short Film Festival 2017

Posted: Apr, 03, 2017

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Joseph revealed on Twitter that short film by Jim Greayer 'Doll's House' starring Joseph and daughter Jessica Millson, is in the official selection for the 2017 Paris Short Film Festival.

Official festival website.

Official festival facebook page.

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All The Devil's Men: more set photos & Empire first look

Posted: Mar, 31, 2017

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The first official photo, of Milo Gibson from All The Devil's Men, has been shared by Empire

Gibson plays an American bounty hunter who travels to London on the hunt for a disavowed CIA operative. As you’d expect, things don’t quite go according to plan, and a deadly, explosive game of cat-and-mouse ensues with their former comrade and his private army. William Fichtner and Gbenga Akinnagbe also star, as members of his bounty-hunting team. Matthew Hope, who has war movie pedigree with 2011’s The Veteran, is writing and directing this one. Filming is currently underway in London and Brussels.

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