Benjamin Thomas Barnes, an English actor and singer, was born on August 20, 1981. He is best known for playing Prince Caspian in The Chronicles of Narnia film series, Logan Delos in Westworld, Billy Russo/Jigsaw in Marvel’s The Punisher, and The Darkling in Netflix’s Shadow and Bone.He also as young Dustan Thorn in Stardust (2007), the title character in Dorian Gray (2009), Neil McCormick in Killing Bono (2011), Alejandro in The Big Wedding (2013), Tom Ward in Seventh Son (2014), Samuel Adams in Sons of Liberty (2015), and Benjamin Greene in Gold Digger (2016). (2019).
Barnes released his first song “11:11” with a music video in September 2021, followed by his debut extended album Songs For You in October with a music video for “Rise Up.” “11:11,” “Rise Up,” “Pirate Song,” “Not The End,” and “Ordinary Day” are among the songs featured on the EP. Barnes is the son of Patricia Becker, a relationship psychotherapist, and Thomas Barnes, a psychiatrist and lecturer, who raised him in south-west London.
Jack, his younger sibling, is his younger sibling. Barnes attributes his formative influences to his mother’s Jewish upbringing in South Africa, his father’s scientific background, and his enrollment at a “vaguely Christian” school where he “loved the hymns.” Barnes attended Homefield Preparatory School in Sutton and King’s College School in Wimbledon, both of which are independent schools for males.
He sang in choirs and performed in jazz orchestras and concert bands as a percussionist (drums and keyboard). He began his musical theatre career in 1997 when he joined the National Youth Music Theatre, where he debuted as a drummer in the West End musical adaption of Bugsy Malone at the age of 16. Prior to graduation, he spent two years singing, presenting on television, and attempting to start a jazz club and release an album with entertainment svengali Simon Fuller, both of which failed.
Barnes went on to Kingston University to study English literature and drama, where he appeared and directed in shows such Don Juan (as the lead), The Golden Age, Exposure, and The Zoo Story.He was awarded the English Prize for works on Harry Potter and The Hobbit themes. He temporarily joined the boyband Hyrise, who were longlisted as the UK’s 2004 Eurovision entry with their song Leading Me On, while working on intense acts such as The Ragged Child, The Dreaming, Loving Ophelia, Sex Chip, and Rock ‘N’Roll.
He was the university’s first drama student to receive First Class Honours, graduating in 2004 with a BA (Hons) in Drama with English Literature. He was the youngest of more than 20 notable alumni inducted onto the university’s Wall of Fame in 2008. Barnes made his television debut in 2006, with a cameo appearance on Doctors in the United Kingdom.
In the same year, he was cast as the sexually provocative Dakin in a West End production of The History Boys, in which he starred and won critical acclaim. Barnes made his feature film debut in Stardust (2007), directed by Matthew Vaughn and based on Neil Gaiman’s novel of the same name, as young Dunstan Thorn. In Suzie Halewood’s film Bigga Than Ben, he played the Russian hoodlum Cobakka (2008).
While many readers think of Caspian as a youngster, a line in the novel says he’s around Peter’s age, so an older actor was recruited to play him. Barnes was cast two and a half weeks after meeting with the producers, and he blended in well with Adamson’s surrogate family and the four Pevensies performers. In order to prepare, he spent two months in New Zealand riding horses and doing stunts.
Mandy Patinkin’s portrayal of Inigo Montoya in The Princess Bride influenced his Mediterranean accent in the film. Barnes also voiced Prince Caspian in The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, a video game. His performance landed him nominations for Best Male Performance at the 2008 National Movie Awards, Choice Movie Breakout Male at the 2008 Teen Choice Awards, and Best Breakthrough Male at the 2009 MTV Movie Awards.
Barnes played in Stephan Elliott’s romantic comedy Easy Virtue, based on Noel Coward’s play of the same name, with Jessica Biel and Colin Firth in November 2008. Barnes sang three songs from the score, which included Coward and jazz-age melodies. Then, in September 2009, he played as Dorian Gray in Oliver Parker’s cinematic adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s classic.
He portrayed Josh, an American father whose daughter appears to be in a coma due to a car accident, in Suri Krishnamma’s psychological thriller Locked In, which was released in September 2010.The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, the third entry in the film series, saw Barnes reprising his role as King Caspian. It premiered at a Royal Film Performance in London in November 2010 and was released in theatres in December.
It was directed by Michael Apted and shot in Australia. He was nominated for Performance of the Year at the National Film Awards in 2011.Barnes made a triumphant return to London’s West End stage in Birdsong, a drama based on Sebastian Faulks’s novel of the same name, in which he played World War I veteran Stephen Wraysford. Trevor Nunn directed and Rachel Wagstaff adapted the play, which premiered on September 28, 2010 and will close on January 15, 2011.
In April 2011, he starred as Neil McCormick in Killing Bono, a comedy based on McCormick’s memoir I Was Bono’s Doppelgänger, in which he chronicles his boyhood in Ireland as an aspiring rock star who is eclipsed by his pal Bono, U2’s lead singer.Barnes and co-star Robert Sheehan “convincingly portray young stars who were in the right position at the right time but made the wrong moves,” according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Barnes made his screen debut in The Words in September 2012, as a young American soldier and literary talent stationed in France at the end of WWII who falls in love with a French waitress and loses his manuscript in the postwar era.Despite the fact that his character’s story was physical and had little to no words, Screen Rant praised his portrayal “solid” and said it “beautifully depicts the many complex feelings — love, grief, and regret — that his character faced.”
In April 2013, he starred as Alejandro in The Big Wedding, an adaptation of the 2006 French film Mon frère se marie (My brother is getting married).Barnes appeared in the modern-day crime drama By the Gun in December 2014, playing Nick Tortano, a local mafia boss’s accomplice. The fantasy film Seventh Son, in which he starred as Tom Ward, was released in the same month.
The Spook’s Apprentice, directed by Sergei Bodrov, is based on Joseph Delaney’s novel. Barnes starred as Sam Adams, a British government tax collector, in the three-part fictional miniseries Sons of Liberty, which premiered on History Channel in January 2015.In the love drama Jackie & Ryan, he reprised his role as guitarist and singer Ryan Brenner, reuniting with Katherine Heigl.
“From the opening frame onwards, [Barnes] is as supple and affable as he’s yet seen on screen, his native dialect convincingly concealed under a middle-American husk,” according to Variety. “I enjoyed all the songs from that film and found Ryan a soulful character to embody, which made me try to re-evaluate how complicated life can get,” Barnes would later say of this character.
Barnes starred as Logan Delos, the uninhibited heir apparent of Delos Corporation who led their company’s investment in Westworld, a technologically built Wild West-themed amusement park populated by android “hosts,” in HBO’s dystopian science fiction series Westworld, based on the 1973 film of the same name. The first season of Westworld premiered in October 2016.
At the 2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards, the ensemble received a nomination for Outstanding Ensemble Performance in a Drama Series.In The Punisher, a Netflix adaption based in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Barnes played Billy Russo, a former sniper who founded his own private military firm Anvil.
“Someone who is really egotistical, vain, and selfish, and views himself in an enormously powerful alpha way,” Barnes said of his character, who is also “driven by a shattered and abused background.” He checked with his parents, who are psychotherapists, to establish the accuracy of his portrayal of the veteran’s mental health difficulties.
In the second season of Westworld, which premiered in April 2018, he returned in a recurring role as Logan Delos. He appeared in the second season of The Punisher in January 2019 as a scarred Billy Russo. “I had freedom to explore the trauma of brain damage and memory loss, and the frustration, rage, and pain that comes with it,” Barnes said of this season.
In BBC One’s miniseries Gold Digger, he played Benjamin Greene, a 36-year-old charming copywriter who chased a 60-year-old affluent divorcee. From November 2019 to May 2020, it was broadcast weekly on BBC One for a US audience. Barnes was cast in the Netflix fantasy series Shadow and Bone in the role of General Kirigan in October 2019. From 1997 to 2003, she was a part of the National Youth Music Theatre.
In 2004, she graduated from Kingston University with a degree in English and Drama.Alison Doody, Thomas James Longley, and Adam Garcia were among the actors photographed by Claire Newman-Williams.He was a member of the short-lived boy band Hyrise, which competed in the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest with their song “Leading Me On.”
His parents persuaded him to attend university before pursuing a career as an actor.He also has the ability to sing, play the drums, and play the piano.Jack, his younger sibling, is his only sibling.In the music video for “The Sofa Song” by The Kooks, she made an appearance.He said he based his Prince Caspian accent on Inigo Montoya from The Princess Bride (1987) since the night before auditions, he was rummaging through his DVD collection for something to help him.
Ben backed the Dutch since England had failed to qualify for the 2008 Euros (football). Ben’s maternal grandmother is Dutch.This Is Spinal Tap (1984) is one of my favourite films.His mother is a therapist, while his father is a psychiatrist. Ben’s father was born in the United Kingdom. Ben’s mother is of Jewish descent, having been born in South Africa. Emil Becker, Ben’s maternal grandfather, was a German immigrant, and Cornelia Havelaar, Ben’s maternal grandmother, was Dutch.
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