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Conleth Hill

Theatre Credits, Bio and Tickets


Conleth Hill was born in 1964 In County Antrim, Northern Ireland. He attended the Guidhall School of Music and Drama, graduating the Acting program in 1988. His first West End role was as Charlie Conlon in Stones in His Pockets, which transfered to the Ambassadors Theatre, winning the Olivier Award for Best Actor. In 2005 he won a Second Oliver Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical for his performance as Roger DeBris in The Producers. 

More recently, Hill has starred in a series of National Theatre shows: Philistines, All's Well That Ends Well, The White Guard and The Cherry Orchard. In 2013, he starred in Quartermaine's Terms at the Wyndham's Theatre, and in 2017 he starred in *Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf*opposite Imelda Staunton.

Outside of his work in theatre, he is possibly best known as Lord Varys in Game of Thrones.  

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