10 Things You Didn’t Know about Henry Lloyd-Hughes

Henry Lloyd-Hughes has a face that you’ve probably seen at least once or twice over the years. Since making his first on-screen appearance in 2004, Henry has has found his way to several successful projects on the big and small screen. Henry’s ability to morph into all of the character he plays has earned him the respect and admiration of people all over the world. Anytime you see Henry’s name on the cast list, you can feel confident that he’s going to put on a memorable performance. His most recent role as Sherlock in the Netflix series The Irregulars has put him front and center and his fans are really loving it. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about Henry Lloyd-Hughes.

1. He Comes From An Acting Family

In many ways, Henry’s decision to become an actor was inevitable. His mother, Lucy Appleby, is an actress who worked in the 70s and 80s. Henry’s grandfather, Basil Appleby, was a successful actor and production manager. Henry also has a brother named Ben who is an actor.

2. He Has Behind-The-Scenes Experience

Henry has spent the bulk of his career telling stories from in front of the camera, but he’s also not afraid to get behind it. He is also a writer and producer who has worked on a handful of films over the last decade. We weren’t able to find any information to suggest he plans on doing more behind-the-scenes work.

3. He’s Been In Video Games

Throughout his career, Henry has proven to be the kind of person who isn’t afraid to step out of his comfort zone to try something new. He has built a good amount of voice acting experience which has led to opportunities to voice video game characters. Most recently, he voiced Flynn Fairwind in the 2018 game World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth.

4. He Has Theater Experience

The screen is where Henry has really made a name for himself, but the stage is a place that will always be special to him. He has a part of several theater productions including The Changeling and Punk Rock. However, in most recent years Henry has decided to focus all of his attention on TV and film roles.

5. He Was In A Harry Potter Movie

Henry may not always get the credit he deserves, but his resume is definitely one that can stack up against lots of other talented actors. He has been a part of some very well-known projects including the 2005 film Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in which he played Roger Davies.

6. He Is “Immune” To Success

I wasn’t exaggerating when I said that Henry doesn’t always get the credit he deserves. During an interview with The Guardian he said, “. I’m like the Teflon Don. You can put success near me, you can put me in the biggest-grossing British sitcom of all time, but it doesn’t touch me. It just runs off me. Fame can come this close to me and yet it leaves no trace. I’m immune to success.”

7. He’s A Family Man

Henry’s career isn’t the only thing he’s dedicated lots of time to. He is also very devoted to his family and he has been married to a woman named Rosie since 2014. Rosie does not work in the entertainment industry and has kept a low profile throughout the years. The couple has two children together.

8. He Loves Collaborating With Others

If you ask 100 actors what their favorite thing about acting is, you’ll probably get 100 different answers. In Henry’s case, his favorite thing is working with others. He told Vingt Sept Magazine, “What drives me to get out of the house and onto set is the desire to collaborate with other people. That’s always the biggest thrill. When you’re thrown together with other brilliant actors, writers, costume designers, and other brilliant creative minds, it is the greatest. As actors, we’re all in isolation until we cross swords with other creators and it’s the most fulfilling feeling and always my biggest motivation. It’s such a thrill seeing ideas that existed in your head suddenly made real.”

9. He Enjoys His Privacy

Oversharing has become a major part of the entertainment industry and there are countless celebrities who feel the need to share their personal business with the world. That has never been Henry’s style, though. He has always preferred to stay low-key and keep his private left separate from his work.

10. He Didn’t Originally Audition To Play Sherlock

Even though Henry was cast as Sherlock in The Irregulars, the part he initially auditioned for was Dr. Watson, but that part was given to Royce Pierreson. Apparently, the production team was so impressed with Henry’s audition that they decided he would be a good fit for the role of Sherlock.

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