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Isaac Hempstead Wright is a Actor British born on 9 april 1999 at London (United-kingdom)

Isaac Hempstead Wright

Isaac Hempstead Wright
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Birth name Isaac William Hempstead
Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 9 april 1999 (21 years) at London (United-kingdom)

Isaac Hempstead Wright (born Isaac William Hempstead; 9 April 1999) is an English actor. He is best known for his role as Bran Stark on the HBO series Game of Thrones, which earned him a Young Artist Award nomination as Best Young Supporting Actor in a TV Series.

Biography

Hempstead Wright lives with his family in England. It has also been reported that he is saving up his Game of Thrones salary pay to go to a university, where he hopes to gain a PhD.

Best films

The Boxtrolls (2014)
(Actor)

Usually with

Andrew Havill
Andrew Havill
(2 films)
Nick Murphy
Nick Murphy
(1 films)
Dominic West
Dominic West
(2 films)
Rebecca Hall
Rebecca Hall
(2 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Isaac Hempstead Wright (4 films)

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Actor

The Boxtrolls, 1h36
Directed by Anthony Stacchi
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Fantasy, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about children, Monde imaginaire, Films based on mythology, Films based on Norse mythology, Children's films
Actors Ben Kingsley, Simon Pegg, Elle Fanning, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Toni Collette, Jared Harris
Roles Eggs (voice)
Rating67% 3.3977253.3977253.3977253.3977253.397725
In the fictional large hill-top town of Cheesebridge during the Victorian era, rumors abound that subterranean trolls (known as Boxtrolls for the cardboard boxes they wear) have kidnapped and killed young children. Pest exterminator Archibald Snatcher strikes a deal with the city's leader Lord Portley-Rind to exterminate every Boxtroll in exchange for membership in the city's cheese-loving council called the White Hats despite the fact that he is severely allergic to cheese.
Closed Circuit, 1h36
Directed by John Crowley
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime
Themes Films about terrorism
Actors Eric Bana, Rebecca Hall, Ciarán Hinds, Jim Broadbent, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Barbora Bobulova
Roles Tom Rose
Rating61% 3.0980653.0980653.0980653.0980653.098065
The film opens with a crowded London market (borough market) being destroyed through an explosive terrorist attack. Farroukh Erdogan is detained as the primary suspect and mastermind of the attack while his two alleged co-conspirators are killed in attempts to apprehend them (unseen to the viewer).
The Awakening, 1h47
Directed by Nick Murphy
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror
Actors Rebecca Hall, Dominic West, Imelda Staunton, John Shrapnel, Lucy Cohu, Isaac Hempstead Wright
Roles Tom
Rating64% 3.2492053.2492053.2492053.2492053.249205
England, 1921. Florence Cathcart (Rebecca Hall) is a published author on supernatural hoaxes who works with the police to expose charlatans and debunk supernatural phenomena. She receives a visit from Robert Mallory (Dominic West), a teacher from a boys boarding school in Cumbria. Robert explains to her that there have been sightings of the ghost of a child at the school, and that it may have been the cause of the recent death of a pupil there. Robert asks Florence for help to figure out why the supernatural events occur. Although Florence originally refuses, Robert's concern for the orphaned kids at the school causes her to change her mind since she is an orphan herself. Florence travels to the school, which was a stately home until 20 years earlier, to investigate the sightings and the recent death. She is welcomed by Maud (Imelda Staunton), the school's housekeeper and matron, who tells Florence that she has read her books and feels like she knows her. After investigation, the ghostly sightings are thought to be a prank led by two boys who have been bullying a lonely, redheaded boy into doing what they want for their approval. With regards to the recent death, Florence deduces that one of the teachers was the last person to see the boy alive and questions him, until he admits to making the young boy stand outside to "man up", after he claimed to have seen the ghost, thus scaring the young boy and causing him to have a fatal asthma attack. The school then closes for half-term with the only occupants being Florence, Robert, Maud and Tom (Isaac Hempstead-Wright), a lonely boy who tells Florence his parents live in India.