Full name: Joseph Alberic Fiennes
DOB: May 27, 1970
Joseph is a twin, his fraternal brother is Jacob Mark (a gameskeeper)
Birthplace: Salisbury Wiltshire, England
Height: 6.0 ft (1.83m)
Weight: 161 lb (73.03kg)
Eye Color: Hazel Hair
Color: Dark Brown
Education: Young Vic Youth Theatre (18 months);
Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Special Skills (* = highly skilled): Jazz dancing, Modern dancing, Period dancing, Tenor, Archery*, Fencing*, Horse Riding*, Swimming*, Car license, Motorbike license
Accents (* = native): Dorset*, Lancashire, London, Suffolk, West Country, Wiltshire, Standard American, Southern Irish, Italian

Agency: Ken McReddie Ltd, 91 Regent St, London, W1R 7TB ENGLAND



  • "Romeo & Juliet" by William Shakespeare, as Romeo
  • "Up Against It" by Joe Orton, as Christopher Low
  • "Beowulf" (TV - children's animation) as title role
  • "Dianeira"
  • "2000 Tales: Teacher's Tale"




  • "Le Grand Meaulines"/"The Threepenny Opera"/"West Side Story"/
    "Jude the Obscure" at the Young Vic Youth Theatre
  • "Macbeth"/"Electra"/"The League of Youth"/"Once in a Lifetime"
    at Guildhall School of Music and Drama
  • "The Woman in Black" at Fortune Theatre
  • "A Month in the Country" by Ivan Turgenev
    Belyaev at Albery Theatre, April 1994
  • "A View from the Bridge" by Arthur Miller
    Rodolpho at Birmingham Repertory Theatre, April 1995
  • "Son of Man" by Dennis Potter
    Jesus at Barbican Pit (RSC), October 1995
  • "Les Enfants du Pardis" based on the scenario of the film
    Les Enfants du Paradis by Jacques Prevert in a new version by Simon Callow
    Lacehaire at Barbican Theatre, March 1996
  • "As You Like It" by William Shakespeare
    Silvius at Main House(RSC), June 1996
  • "The Herbal Bed" by Peter Whelan
    Rafe Smith at The Other Place (RSC), July 1996
  • "Troilus and Cressida" by William Shakespeare
    Troilus at Barbican Theatre (RSC), August/September 1996
  • "The Herbal Bed" by Peter Whelan
    From: 9 March 1998 To: 14 March 1998
    Synopsis: The true (?) story of Shakespeare's daughter Susanna, being
    accused of having an affair with a married man. She sues for slander.
    But will her husband, John Hall discover what really happened one
    summer night in the herbal garden.

    Won Peter Whelan the Lloyds Private Banking Playwright of the Year award, 1997. Players: Director: Michael Attenborough, Performer: Teresa Banham,

    WHERE: Theatre Royal, Ustinov Studio
    Sawclose, BA1 1ET, Bath, England
    Box Office: 01225 448 844
  •  "Real Classy Affair" by Nick Grosso, as Billy

    Where: Royal Court Upstairs
    West St, WC2
    Tube Leicester sq
    Telephone 0171 565 5000

    Previews from 15 Oct 98
    Opens 19 Oct 98
    Booking to 7 Nov 98
    Closes 7 Nov 98
    Time Mon-Sat 7.45pm, Sat mats at 4pm
    Tickets Lashmars Theatre Tickets

    Director James Macdonald

    Synopsis: It all goes a bit bananas when Stan decides to move to Stratham. Tom's not invited to the leaving party, Billy's stirring it up, Joey's having to buy all the drinks and Harry's sure that love ain't real it's plasic. But maybe it's Louise the boys really need to talk to.

    The Royal Court is being refurbishment .The Court UPSTAIRS productions are taking place at the Ambassadors
    Theatre. If you are interested, I suggest that you call immediately. This is a short run in a tiny venue and may already be sold out.

  • "Edward II" by Christopher Marlowe
    Director: Michael Grandage
    Dates: 8 - 31 March 2001
    Venue: The Crucible Theatre
    55 Norfolk Street
    Town: Sheffield, South Yorkshire S1 1DA UK
    Venue Description: Studio seats 200, main theatre 1013.
    Telephone for Crucible Theatre: 0114 249 6000.


  • "Vacillations of Poppy Carew, The" (1995) (TV).......Willy
  • "Stealing Beauty" (1996).........Christopher Fox
    ... aka Beauté volée (1996) (French title)
    ... aka Io ballo da sola (1996) (Italian title)
  • "Martha Meets Frank, Daniel and Laurence"(1998)...Laurence
  • "Elizabeth" (Working Title Company, 1998)...Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester
  • "Shakespeare in Love" (Miramax, 1998)......William Shakespeare
  • "Rancid Aluminum (1999)...........Sean Deeny
  • "Forever Mine" (1999)...............Manuel Esquema/Alan Ripley
  • "Enemy at the Gates (2000 - post production)
  • "Dust" (2000 - in production)
  • "Killing Me Softly" (2001 - in production)


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