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Paddy Considine is the writer and director of "Tyrannosaur," for which he won the World Cinema Directing Award at the Sundance Film Festival in 2011. His directorial debut, the short film "Dog Altogether," won a number of awards including the 2008 BAFTA Award for Best Short Film. 

Paddy Considine starred in "Blitz," opposite Jason Statham, Universal Pictures' "The Bourne Ultimatum," opposite Matt Damon, and Ron Howard's "Cinderella Man." Prior to that, Paddy Considine received much critical acclaim for his roles in the successful British films "Dead Man's Shoes" and "My Summer of Love."

Paddy Considine played the lead role as the tormented Richard in "Dead Man's Shoes" directed by Shane Meadows and co-written by him and Considine. It was for this performance that Paddy Considine was awarded Best British Actor at the 2005 Evening Standard Film Awards and Empire Film Awards, and nominated for Best British Actor at the London Film Critics Circle and British independent Film Awards. The film also won Best British Film at the South Bank Awards and received a nomination for the Alexander Korda Award at the 2005 BAFTA Film Awards.

Paddy Considine played the character of Phil opposite newcomers Nathalie Press and Emily Blunt in "My Summer of Love," directed by Phil Pavlikovsky and also released in Summer 2004. The BAFTA Award-winning drama, about the lives of two young women who spend the summer together in the same village, earned Paddy Considine a nomination for Best Supporting Actor at the British Independent Film Awards this year.

In 2002, Paddy Considine starred alongside Samantha Morton in "Johnny In America" directed by Jim Sheridan. In addition, Paddy Considine appeared in the BAFTA Award-winning short film "My Wrongs 8245-8249 and 117." Other film credits for Paddy Considine include "24 Hour Party People," "Last Resort" for which he won Best Actor at the Thessaloniki Film Festival, and "A Room for Romeo Brass," also directed by Shane Meadows.

Paddy Considine played the character of Frank Thoroughgood in Stephen Woolley's directorial debut "Stoned," about the events leading up to the death of the ex-Rolling Stone Brian Jones.


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Age: 42 years old
Birthday: September 5, 1974
Height: 5' 11"
Birthplace: Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, UK
Wife: Shelley Considine

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