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Joe Dempsie Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016

Joseph "Joe" Maxwell Dempsie is an English actor, best known for playing the role of Chris Miles in the E4 teen drama Skins. Dempsie's earlier acting credits include the medical dramas Doctors, Peak Practice and Sweet Medicine, as well as the films One for the Road and Heart... Wikipedia

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YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama SeriesGame of Thrones (2011)· Alfie Allen
· John Bradley
· Oona Chaplin
· Gwendoline Christie
· Emilia Clarke
· Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
· Mackenzie Crook
· Charles Dance
· Peter Dinklage
· Natalie Dormer
· Nathalie Emmanuel
· Michelle Fairley
· Jack Gleeson
· Iain Glen
· Kit Harington
· Lena Headey
· Isaac Hempstead Wright
· Kristofer Hivju
· Paul Kaye
· Sibel Kekilli
· Rose Leslie
· Richard Madden
· Rory McCann
· Michael McElhatton
· Ian McElhinney
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2008Golden NymphMonte-Carlo TV FestivalOutstanding Actor - Drama SeriesSkins (2007)


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#Fact
1Joe Dempsie was educated at The West Bridgford School in Nottingham. He is a keen Nottingham Forest (soccer) fan.

#Quote
1It's bizarre, that feeling as an actor, at being in the mecca of the film world and seeing billboards for a TV show that you're in pretty much everywhere.
2That's been one of the best things about doing 'Game of Thrones.' My social circle in London has more or less doubled just by doing it because nearly everyone is based in London. And I hadn't long moved to London before doing it, so it's been really great in terms of meeting people to hang out with while I'm there.
3'Skins' had been a brilliant breeding ground for young actors, young directors and young writers. It was a safe environment to experiment; it tried new things, and it was an amazing time and amazing to be part of it.
4I enjoyed acting at school and went to an acting workshop for kids in Nottingham. It was twice a week after school and free to go to - ITV subsidised it. Every now and again, a casting director would turn up. 'Peak Practice' became a rite of passage for us. It was the first job I had.
5Self-consciousness can destroy a performance. Getting rid of that is always good.
6Audiences in every medium are becoming far more savvy. No one goes to watch a Tom Cruise movie any more just because it's starring Tom Cruise. No one gives a toss. Concept is what makes actors raise their game. Everyone's on merit now.
7It's amazing what a bit of soot and shaving can do for muscle definition, honestly.
8There are dedicated actors and there are people now who only stay famous for putting on weight, losing it, then putting it on again.
9I suppose you've got to look like you're made of steel for nudity. You've got to get some arms on you.
10Street-casting - people like Katie Jarvis in 'Fish Tank,' spotted having a row with her boyfriend on a railway platform - has helped make actors raise their game. They have to.
11I'm Cancer and Gemini cusp, so I read both and pick the one I like best. I read horoscopes but claim not to believe any of it.
12I've always been a sucker for a dog called an Alaskan Malamute. It's like a little husky... my dad had one when he was younger.
13'Southcliffe' is an anthem to ordinary people's ability to reinvent themselves in the face of ultimate darkness.
14I'm the kind of person who, if I can't get something right, I get quite frustrated with myself.
15Audiences in every medium are becoming far more savvy. No one goes to watch a Tom Cruise movie any more just because it's starring Tom Cruise.
16When I was cast as Gendry, I didn't have any of the physical attributes the part required. I was astounded that I got the role, to be honest.
17Concept is what makes actors raise their game.
18America has always fascinated me; it's a country where you can make it from one side to the other with no money, by hook or by crook.
19I admire actors that consistently challenge themselves and play a wide range of different roles. Every actor has a reason for being an actor... it's boring to play the same person over and over again. People like Daniel Day-Lewis, who completely transform time and time again, I look up to.
20I'm a big fan of unflinching drama and bold drama. If you shy away from dark subject matters, there's only certain places for TV drama to go. If there are shows that can break through that and be brave, those are the shows that I personally enjoy watching. I try and do work that I would watch.
21I still don't get stopped about anything else anywhere near as much as 'Skins.' The remarkable thing that I've noticed is how far that show has traveled: it's aired all over the world.
22HBO spent a huge amount of money on 'Game Of Thrones,' and it won't be able to keep spending the money if it can't make it back from people watching it legitimately. It will have an effect on the quality of the programme.
23Casting young people is always so difficult, and they got it so right in 'Game of Thrones.' All the young actors are amazingly talented and so professional.


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