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Iwan Rheon is a Actor British born on 13 may 1985 at Carmarthen (United-kingdom)

Iwan Rheon

Iwan Rheon
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Birth name Iwan Rheon
Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 13 may 1985 (34 years) at Carmarthen (United-kingdom)
Awards Laurence Olivier Award

Iwan Rheon (born 13 May 1985) is a Welsh actor, singer and musician, best known for portraying Simon Bellamy in the E4 series Misfits (2009–11), Ramsay Bolton in the HBO series Game of Thrones (2013–present) and Ash Weston in the ITV sitcom Vicious (2013–present).


Rheon is fluent in English and Welsh, with the latter being his first language. His older brother Aled is a musician; the two performed together on the 2015 single Rhodd.

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Filmography of Iwan Rheon (3 films)

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The Liberator, 1h59
Directed by Alberto Arvelo
Origin Venezuela
Genres Drama, Biography, Historical
Actors Édgar Ramírez, María Valverde, Danny Huston, Imanol Arias, Gary Lewis, Juana Acosta
Roles Daniel O'Leary
Rating68% 3.446133.446133.446133.446133.44613
L'histoire de Simón Bolívar et ses batailles militaires et politiques pour l'indépendance de l'Amérique du Sud.
Wild Bill
Wild Bill (2011)
, 1h38
Directed by Dexter Fletcher
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Comedy, Mob film, Crime
Themes Films about families, Prison films, Gangster films
Actors Charlie Creed-Miles, Will Poulter, Liz White, Neil Maskell, Radosław Kaim, Marc Warren
Roles Pill
Rating71% 3.5976953.5976953.5976953.5976953.597695
Bill (Charlie Creed-Miles) is released from prison on parole after serving 8 years for East London drug lord Glen (Andy Serkis). He returns to find his sons, 15-year-old Dean (Will Poulter) and 11-year-old Jimmy (Sammy Williams), have been abandoned by their mother, who moved to Spain with her boyfriend. Dean has dropped out of high school and is working on a construction site to make a living, but doesn't want Bill in his life and kicks him out. Bill is followed to the local pub by his former friends Dickie (Neil Maskell) and Terry (Leo Gregory). They offer him another job working for Glen, but he turns it down due to his parole. The next day, Bill goes to visit his parole officer Kelly (Olivia Williams), who, upon hearing that Dean and Jimmy were living by themselves, sends social services to the flat. Bill comes home and Dean forces him to stay, putting Bill's plans to move to Scotland on hold.