Ben Aldridge Bio, Age, Height, Early Life, Career, Personal Life and MorePosted By: Nazia Mughal | October 9, 2018
Ben Aldridge Biography
Benjamin Charles Aldridge was born on Nov 12, 1985, in England. He is an English actress. Ben Aldridge portrays King Antoine. His height is 6 feet and 1 inch. Emma and Rachel are his sisters. He has been active since 2004.
Aldridge graduated from the ‘London Academy of music and Dramatic Artwork’ using a bursary in the Genesis Base for young stars.
Ben Aldridge Career
He started filming in 2009 with ITV film Compulsion along with Ray Winstone and Parminder Nagra. In 2008, Ben produced his television debut in Route4’s four-part miniseries The Devil’s Whore using Harry Fanshawe, husband of the title character. The same season he was highlighted on display screen international’s “superstars of tomorrow.”
Ben also made an appearance as Daniel Parish in the BBC One period dilemma Lark Rise to Candleford.
In 2011, the American network The CW invited Benn as a business leader in the pilot Heavenly. Down the road, he spent a lot of amount of time in Belgrade capturing the partly improvised romance film in the nighttime for movie director Ivana Bobic.
In 2013, Ben starred in Almeida Theatre’s production of American Psycho as Paul Owen, contrary Matt Smith as Patrick Bateman.
In Sep 2014, Ben Aldrige joined BBC initial drama series ‘Our woman as Captain Charles James.’ In Dec 2014, he joined up with The CW’s series Reign as Ruler Antoine of Navarre. Aldrige is the co-founder of “in the part productions.” He aimed the humor pilot Pet Store Girls in the past due 2011 which he co-wrote and co-produced with actor-writers Luke Norris, Ed Hancock, and Kristy Woodward. Aldridge returns to his role as Captain Charles James who was a military man. And is professional to the core but is also battling his professional demon.
Ben Aldridge Facts
Ben Aldridge is most recently noted for his role in ‘Fleabag’ as ‘asshole guy,’ but contrary to what the name suggests, he is the first interviewee to break the 4th wall.
He was born in Devon, after years with the National Youth Theatre; Ben Aldridge graduated from London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts with a bursary from the Genesis Foundation for young actors.
In addition to First Flight, Lewis, Toast, and Vera. He also appeared as Daniel Parish in the BBC One drama ‘Lark Rise to Candleford.’
In 2013, he stared in Almeida Theatre’s production of American Psycho as Paul Owen, opposite Matt Smith as Patrick Bateman and Susannah Fielding as Evelyn Williams, Jonathan Bailey as Tim price and Lucie Jones as Victoria. The musical thriller featured a book by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa based on Bret Easton Elli’s cult novel, with music and lyrics by Duncan Sheik. The show was directed by Rupert Gold and run at the Almeida Theatre from Dec 3, 2013, to Feb 1st, 2014.
Ben Aldridge is currently the longest-serving cast member. In Dec 2014, he joined CW’s series Reign as King Antoine of Navarre.
He and her sister Emma raised in Devon and Exeter in England. He co-starred with actress Susannah Fielding in a 2013 musical theatre adaption of American Psycho.
Ben Aldridge joined the National Youth Theatre at the age of 16 years.
Most important to know about Ben Aldrige is that he played Benvolio in Romeo 7 Juliet at Shakespeare’s Globe in 2009. He is very close to her sister Emma.
Ben Aldridge Filmography
He worked in the following films.
His role was in film Compulsion in 2009 as Alex.
The role of Ben Aldridge in the film First Fight in 201 was as Brian Kingcome.
His role was in Toast in 2010 as Stuart.
In 2012, his role in the film The Cricklewood Greats was a Joe Hazelhurst.
His role in the film, In the Night, was as Alex, which was a short film.
Again in 2013, his role was as Mike Moffat in the film named The Railway Man.
In 2014, the role of Ben was as Fred in the short film Synchronicity.
Ben Aldridge Video games
Ben Aldridge participated in the video game ‘The Secret world’ in 2012 as Said.
Apart from films and video game he played various roles in the television programs and shows that are ‘The Devil Whore, Lewis, Lark Rise to Candle ford, Vera, Pramface, The Bible, Our Girl, Reign, Fleabag.’