Greg Wise Biography
Greg Wise (Matthew Gregory Wise) is an English actor and producer who has appeared in many British television works and also as in several feature films.
Greg Wise Age
Matthew Gregory Wise was born on 15 May 1966 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. He is 52 years old as of 2018.
Greg Wise Family
Thompson was born to architect parents in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Greg Wise Sister
Wise has a sister Clare Wise.
Emma Thompson Greg Wise | Emma Thompson and Greg Wise | Greg Wise Wife
Wise got married to actress Emma Thompson, writer and star of Sense and Sensibility in 2003.
Greg Wise Children | Greg Wise Daughter
Wise and Emma had a daughter, Gaia born in 2000. Thompson and Wise adopted a Rwandan orphan and former child soldier named Tindyebwa Agaba. The couple met him at a Refugee Council event when he was 16 and Emma invited him to spend Christmas at their home. In 2009, Agaba officially became a British citizen in 2009.
Greg Wise Education
He attended the independent St Peter’s School, York and later went to Heriot-Watt University to study architecture and performed with the Edinburgh University Theatre Company.wise later moved to Glasgow to study drama at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.
Greg Wise Actor
Wise’s work includes four BBC period dramas: The Moonstone with Keeley Hawes, The Buccaneers alongside Carla Gugino, Madame Bovary with Frances O’Connor, The Riff Raff Element in 1992 and 1993, and as Sir Charles Maulver in the 2007 five-part series Cranford.
Wise also starred as Marshall in ITV’s seven-part drama Wonderful You alongside his future mother-in-law Phyllida Law and future brother-in-law Richard Lumsden in 1999. Wise has also filmed a number of readings of love scenes from a selection of classic and modern love scenes. This is from Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles to Kiran Desai’s The Inheritance of Loss for The Carte Noire Readers. He then appeared in Hallmark Channel’s Honeymoon for One, starring Nicollette Sheridan in 2011.
Greg Wise The Crown
Greg plays Lord Louis Mountbatten in The Crown.
Greg Wise Book
- Not That Kind of Love
Greg Wise Height
The American actor stands at a height of 1.88m.
Greg Wise Movies
Walking On Sunshine
Three Days in Havana
The Moonstone, a BBC TV film
The Discovery of Heaven
The Adventures of Greyfriars Bobby
Sense and Sensibility
Morris: A Life with Bells On
Hills Like White Elephants
Five Moons Plaza
Feast of July
Every Seven Years
A Cock and Bull Story
Greg Wise TV Shows
- Modus (2017 TV series) – Warren Schifford
- The Crown (2016 TV series) – Lord Louis Mountbatten
- Galavant (2016 TV series) – Arnold Galavant
- The Outcast (2015 TV mini-series) – Gilbert Aldridge.
- Homefront (2012 TV mini-series) – Major Pete Bartham
- Honeymoon for One (2011 TV film) – Sean
- Law & Order: UK (2011 TV series episode 32: Crush)
- The Song of Lunch (2010 TV film) – Producer
- Cranford (2009 TV Series) – Sir Charles Maulver
- Place of Execution (2008 TV film)
- Agatha Christie’s Marple (2007 TV film: Towards Zero)
- Elizabeth David: A Life in Recipes (2006 TV film) – Peter Higgins
- Trial & Retribution Sins of the Father (2006 TV film) – John Harrogate
- Number 13 (2006 TV episode) – BBC Ghost Stories for Christmas
- According to Bex (2005 TV series) – Charles Mathers
- Hornblower, Loyalty episode. (2003 TV film) – Major Côtard
- Sirens (2002 TV film) – Oliver Rice
- Madame Bovary (2000 TV film) – Rodolphe (episodes 2, 3)
- Wonderful You (1999 TV mini-series) – Marshall, chartered accountant
- Alice Through the Looking Glass (1998 TV film) – Red Knight
- House of Frankenstein 1997 (1997 TV film) – Crispian Grimes
- Hospital! (1997 TV film) – Dr. Jim Nightingale
- The Place of the Dead (1997 TV film) – Corporal Hugh Brittan
- Tales from the Crypt (TV series) **Fatal Caper (1996)
- The Buccaneers (1995 TV mini-series) – Guy Thwaite
- Feast of July (1995) – Arch Wilson
- Taggart (TV series)**Hellfire (1994) – Gregg Martin
- The Riff Raff Element (1993 TV series) – Alister
- Typhon’s People (1993 TV film) – Cato Macgill/Adam Prime
- Covington Cross (TV series)**Pilot (1992) – Henry of Gault
- A Masculine Ending (1992 TV film) – Jamie Baird
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