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Maximilian Paul Diarmuid Irons
(1985-10-17) 17 October 1985
|Alma mater||Guildhall School of Music and Drama|
( m. 2019)
Maximilian Paul Diarmuid Irons (born 17 October 1985) is an English-Irish actor and model. He is known for his roles in Red Riding Hood (2011), his first leading role in Bitter Harvest (2017 film), The White Queen (2013), The Host (2013), Woman in Gold (2014), The Riot Club (2014), and The Wife (2018).
Irons was born in Camden, London, on 17 October 1985, the son of English actor Jeremy Irons and Irish actress Sinéad Cusack. He is the grandson of actors Cyril Cusack and Maureen Cusack. His brother, Samuel Irons, is a photographer. Through his mother, he is a half-brother of politician Richard Boyd Barrett; his aunts are the actresses Niamh Cusack and Sorcha Cusack, and his uncle is theatre producer Pádraig Cusack. Irons attended the Dragon School in Oxford, then Bryanston School in Dorset, and graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2008. As a dyslexic student, the teaching methods adopted by his school didn't suit his learning style, which resulted in him struggling through his school years, and his father discouraged him from going into an acting career. While first starting off in acting, Irons worked as a barman.
In 2011, Irons played Henry in Catherine Hardwicke's Red Riding Hood. He was chosen to play Jared Howe in the 2013 film adaptation of The Host, based on Stephenie Meyer's novel of the same name. In the 2013 television series The White Queen, Irons took the leading role of Edward IV of England. The series, based on Philippa Gregory's best-selling historical novel series The Cousins' War, was broadcast weekly on BBC One, ending on 18 August 2013. Irons appeared in 2014 film The Riot Club, the film adaptation of Posh. In 2016, he starred in the ITV miniseries Tutankhamun as Howard Carter. In April 2017, producers announced Irons had been cast to play the role created by Robert Redford in Three Days of the Condor in a television series based on the movie.
Irons has modelled for companies including Burberry and Mango. As of 2012, he was on a modelling contract for Macy's I.N.C. collection for Fall/Winter 2012 as reported on 15 August 2012 by The Huffington Post. In 2015, he was named one of GQ's 50 best-dressed British men.
|2004||Being Julia||Curtain Call Boy|
|2011||Red Riding Hood||Henry|
|The Runaway||Tommy Pasqualino|
|2013||The Host||Jared Howe|
|2014||The Riot Club||Miles Richards|
|2015||Woman in Gold||Fredrick "Fritz" Altmann|
|The Wife||David Castleman|
|Crooked House||Charles Hayward|
|2013||The White Queen||King Edward IV|
|2018 - 2020||Condor||Joe Turner|
|2018||The Little Drummer Girl||Al|
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...their sons Sam, 27, and Max, 19.
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- Kate Stanhope (3 April 2017). "Mira Sorvino to Star in Audience Network's 'Three Days of the Condor' Remake". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2 June 2017.
Titled simply Condor, the drama follows Joe Turner (Max Irons), a young CIA analyst whose idealism is tested when he stumbles onto a terrible but brilliant plan that threatens the lives of millions. Sorvino will play Marty Frost, an investigator who has come out of retirement to take over after an attack at Turner's office.
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- Daniel Garofali, HuffPost. Interview With 'The Host' Actor, Max Irons Launching INC by Macy's (VIDEO), by Daniel Garofali. Posted: 15 August 2012.
- "50 Best Dressed Men in Britain 2015". GQ. 5 January 2015. Archived from the original on 7 January 2015.
- Wiseman, Andreas (13 September 2016). "Agatha Christie thriller 'Crooked House' underway". Screen Daily. Retrieved 14 September 2016.
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