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Roger Ashton-Griffiths stars in "Game of Thrones" on HBO in the recurring role of Lord Mace Tyrell.

Roger Ashton-Griffiths earned a Bachelor of Music at Lancaster University and joined English National Opera as a singer before stepping sideways into film and television, where he has become a well-established character actor. He earned an MA in Fine Art at the University of East London, expecting to create video, but ended up casting bronze and carving oak instead. He has written for stage and screen, including the two short films he has directed, and has freelance experience in an editorial role for a number of non-fiction publishers. His critical component involves research into English novels about South Asia, and his PhD novel is about three generations of a Sri Lankan family in Britain.

On the big screen, Ashton-Griffiths has been featured in "Grace of Monaco" as Alfred Hitchcock, "Summer in February," Woody Allen's "You WIll Meet a Tall Dark Stranger," Jane Campion's "Bright Star" and "Portrait of a Lady," "Tormented," "Mutant Chronicles," "Irish Jam," Terry Gilliam's "The Brothers Grimm" and "Brazil," "What a Girl Wants," starring Amanda Bynes, "Nicholas Nickleby" with Charlie Hunnam and Jamie Bell, Martin Scorsese's "Gangs of New York" as P.T. Barnum, Brian Helgeland's " A Knight's Tale," starring Heath Ledger, Peter Hewitt's "Princess of Thieves" as Friar Tuck, Michael Hoffman's "Restoration," Nicholas Hytner's "The Madness of King George," Richard Attenborough's "Shadowlands," Peter Greenaway's "The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover," Roman Polanski's "Pirates," and Barry Levinson's "Young Sherlock Holmes."

On UK television, Ashton-Griffiths has been seen in Sky's "This Is Jinsy," "Little Crackers" and "The Colour of Magic"; BBC's "The Accidental Farmer," "Margaret," "The Syrian Prefect," "Warriors: Napoleon," "The Roman Mysteries," "Samuel Johnson: The Dictionary Man," "Torchwood" and "Vanity Fair"; and Channel 4's "A Very British Sex Scandal." On stateside television, he has appeared in HBO's "The Passion," Showtime's "The Tudors," ABC's "Empire," and NBC's miniseries "Merlin" and "The Odyssey."

Stage credits subsequently include Gloucester in "King Lear" at Colchester, Judge Turpin in "Sweeney Todd" at Liverpool and Watford, Algol in "Space Queen Maladjusta" at Southampton, and Angelo in "Archangels Don't Play Pinball" at Bristol.




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ROGER ASHTON-GRIFFITHS: FACTS

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Age: 60 years old
Birthday: January 19, 1957
Birthplace: Hertfordshire, England, UK





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