Lincoln in October 2014.
Andrew James Clutterbuck
14 September 1973
Andrew James Clutterbuck (born 14 September 1973), better known by his stage name Andrew Lincoln, is an English actor. He is best known for his portrayal of Rick Grimes in the AMC drama series The Walking Dead. He first came to public attention as Egg in the BBC drama This Life, followed by roles such as Simon in the Channel 4 sitcom Teachers and Mark in the romantic comedy film Love Actually.
Early life[change | change source]
Lincoln was born in London. He is the son of a civil engineer father and a nurse mother. His family moved to Kingston upon Hull when he was 18 months old. Then they moved to Bath, Somerset when he was eight or nine. He attended Beechen Cliff School. He had his first acting role at the age of 14 as the Artful Dodger in a school production of Oliver!. He spent a summer at the National Youth Theatre in London. He became interested in acting as a career. After leaving school, he studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA). He began to use "Andrew Lincoln" as his stage name.
Filmography[change | change source]
Film[change | change source]
|1998||Understanding Jane||Party Stoner|
|1999||A Man's Best Friend||Man||Short film|
|2000||Gangster No. 1||Maxie King|
|2003||Love Actually||Mark||Nominated – PFCS Award Best Ensemble Acting |
Nominated – Empire Award Best Newcomer
|2004||Enduring Love||TV Producer|
|2006||These Foolish Things||Christopher Lovell|
|Hey Good Looking!||Pauly|
|Scenes of a Sexual Nature||Jamie|
|Comme t'y es belle !||Paul|
|2009||Moonshot||Michael Collins||Television film|
|Made in Dagenham||Mr. Clarke|
Television[change | change source]
|1994||Drop the Dead Donkey||Terry||Episode: "Births and Deaths"|
|1995||N7||Andy||Spin-off of The Nick Revell Show|
|Bramwell||Martin Fredericks||Episode 2.3|
|1996–1997||This Life||Edgar "Egg" Cook||32 episodes|
|1997||The Woman in White||Walter Hartright|
|2000||Bomber||Captain Willy Byrne|
|A Likeness in Stone||Richard Kirschman|
|2001–2003||Teachers||Simon Casey||20 episodes|
Directed 2 episodes
Nominated – BAFTA TV Award Best New Director (Fiction)
|2003||Trevor's World of Sport||Mark Boden||Episode 1.1|
|State of Mind||Julian Latimer|
|The Canterbury Tales||Alan King||Episode: "The Man of Law's Tale"|
|2004||Holby City||Patient's Boyfriend||Episode: "Letting Go"|
|Whose Baby?||Barry Flint|
|Lie with Me||DI Will Tomlinson|
|2005–2006||Afterlife||Robert Bridge||14 episodes|
Golden Nymph Outstanding Actor – Drama Series
|2007||This Life + 10||Edgar "Egg" Cook|
|2009||The Things I Haven't Told You||DC Rae|
|Wuthering Heights||Edgar Linton|
|2010||Strike Back||Hugh Collinson||6 episodes|
|2010–present||The Walking Dead||Rick Grimes||57 episodes|
Satellite Award for Best Cast – Television Series (2012)
IGN Award Best Hero (2010)
Nominated – Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Drama Actor (2013)
Nominated – Saturn Award Best Actor on Television (2011, 2013)
Nominated – Scream Award for Best Horror Actor (2011)
|2017||Red Nose Day Actually||Mark||Television movie|
|2017||Robot Chicken||Rick Grimes||Episode: "The Robot Chicken Walking Dead Special: Look Who's Walking"|
|2018||Fear the Walking Dead||Rick Grimes||Episode: "What's Your Story?"|
Stage[change | change source]
|1998||Sugar Sugar||Joe||Bush Theatre||Simon Bent|
|1999||Hushabye Mountain||Danny||Hampstead Theatre||Jonathan Harvey|
|2000/2001||Blue/Orange||Bruce||Cottesloe Theatre, Duchess Theatre||Joe Penhall|
|2002||Free||Alex||Loft (Lyttelton Theatre)||Simon Bowen|
|2006||The Late Henry Moss||Ray||Almeida Theatre||Sam Shepard|
|2009||Parlour Song||Dale||Almeida Theatre||Jez Butterworth|
References[change | change source]
- BFI Film & TV Database – Andrew Lincoln Archived 2012-10-19 at the Wayback Machine. Ftvdb.bfi.org.uk. Retrieved on 25 August 2011.
- Roz Lewis (26 September 2014). "Andrew Lincoln: My family values". The Guardian.
- "Andrew Lincoln Biography". Starpulse.
- Steve Fennessy. "The Walking Dead's Andrew Lincoln Lives Up to A Challenge". Men's Health. Archived from the original on 2012-09-13. Retrieved 2015-03-23.
- Caroline Bishop (8 April 2009). "Andrew Lincoln". Official London Theatre.
- "Andrew Lincoln". The Scotsman. 20 October 2004.
Other websites[change | change source]
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