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September 5, 1973 (50)

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Paddy Considine is an English actor, director, and screenwriter known for his roles in “Dead Man’s Shoes” (2004) and “In America” (2002). He has won two British Academy Film Awards and his directorial debut, “Tyrannosaur” (2011), received critical acclaim, earning a BAFTA for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer.

In his acting career, Considine has delivered notable performances across a range of films. He starred as Richard in “Dead Man’s Shoes,” a drama centered on revenge and redemption. His role as Johnny in “In America” depicted the struggles of an immigrant family in New York. His versatility extends to comedic roles in Edgar Wright’s films “Hot Fuzz” (2007) and “The World’s End” (2013).

Considine’s collaborative efforts have greatly influenced his career. He has worked extensively with director Shane Meadows, appearing in films such as “A Room for Romeo Brass” (1999) and “Dead Man’s Shoes.” He has also collaborated with actors Toby Kebbell in “Dead Man’s Shoes,” Olivia Colman in “Hot Fuzz,” and Samantha Morton in “In America.” Additional notable collaborations include Gary Stretch in “Dead Man’s Shoes” and Joe Gilgun in “Pride” (2014).