Patrick Considine is an English actor, director, and screenwriter who was born on September 5, 1973.
In addition to the Silver Lion for Best Short Film at the 2007 Venice Film Festival, he has won two British Academy Awards, three Evening Standard British Film Awards, British Independent Film Awards, and three British Film Awards. He regularly works alongside director and filmmaker Shane Meadows.
Paddy Considine house: Where does Paddy Considine live?
Considine currently lives with his family in Winshill, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England where he was born.
Director David Meadows initially cast Paddy Considine in A Room for Romeo Brass, his feature film debut. Pawel Pawlikowski decided to give him his first leading part in Last Resort as a result of his sterling performances when given a role to play.
Considine received recognition for his portrayal of the smitten misfit Alfie at the Thessaloniki Film Festival.
With supporting and leading roles in cult movies like 24 Hour Party People and In America, he raised his prominence during the 2000s.
Considine played Richard in Dead Man’s Shoes in 2004, which at the time was the most important role of his acting career.
He appeared in Stoned the next year as Frank Thorogood, the alleged killer of Rolling Stones co-founder Brian Jones. Around this time, Considine began to establish himself as a well-liked actor who specialized in playing darker, antiheroic, and villainous characters in movies.