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Thomas Sidney Jerome Sturridge is a British actor, in Lambeth, London, England, United Kingdom, on the 21st of December, 1985. Right now he is 35 years old. His father’s name is Charles Sturridge and his mother’s name is Phoebe Nicholls. He has two siblings, a brother Arthur Sturridge, and a sister Matilda Sturridge. He started a relationship with Sienna Miller in 2011. They have a daughter too by the name of Marlowe Ottoline Layng Sturridge. She was in 2012, a year later they started dating. But their relationship broke after some time. Both of them went separate ways in 2015.
He got famous because of his role in projects like Being Julia, On the Road, FairyTale: A True Story, Journey’s End with many more. He belongs to a family which is involved in show business from starting. But from his childhood, he was discouraged to enter into it.
HOW HE STARTED:
He started his career with a play called The Trial. But he got his big break in the cinema when in 1996, his father started making a TV adaptation of the novel, Gulliver’s Travels. And that was just the starting. He has acted in many movies and Tv shows since Gulliver’s Travels. He has also a part of some plays including Orphans, 1984, American Buffalo, The Trial, Wastwater, and, Punk Rock. He has also been nominated for awards such as Tony Award and Olivier Awards.
1996 – He appeared in the Gulliver’s Travels.
1997 – He appeared in FairyTale: A True Story.
2004- He appeared in three movies.: A Waste of Shame, Vanity Fair, and Being Julia.
2006- He appeared in two movies – Like Minds and Brothers of the Head.
2009- He appeared in The Boat That Rocked.
2010 – He acted in a play called Punk Rock and also acted in movies like Waiting for Forever.
2011 – He was seen in Junkhearts.
2012. He acted in On the Road.
2013 – He was seen in a play called Orphans.
2015 – He did Far From the Madding Crowd which was a critical success. He also appeared in Remainder. In this year he also appeared in the play called American Buffalo
2017 – He appeared in Song to Song, Mary Shelley, and Journey’s End. And also a play called 1984.
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