Aneurin Barnard is a Welsh actor best known for his roles as Claude in the drama thriller ‘The Truth About Emanuel’ and Davey in the musical ‘Hunky Dory.’ He’s also recognized for portraying King Richard III in the BBC One drama series ‘The White Queen.’ Aside from these, Barnard has worked on a variety of other little and big screen projects. In terms of television, the Welsh actor has appeared in a number of notable shows, including ‘Moonfleet,’ ‘Killing Jesus,’ ‘Doctors,’ ‘War & Peace,’ ‘Shameless,’ ‘Jacob’s Ladder,’Casualty,’ and ‘Thirteen.’ He’s also starred in a few short TV movies, including ‘Night on the Tiles,’ ‘The Big Day,’ and ‘Owl Creek Bridge.’ The young actor has also performed in a number of plays. ‘Spring Awakening,’ ‘The Caucasian Chalk Circle,’ and ‘Singin’ in the Rain,’ ‘The Importance of Being Earnest,’ ‘Hobson’s Choice,’ and ‘West Side Story’ are just a few of the plays in which Barnard has appeared. In terms of prizes and accolades, the Welsh actor got the Best Actor Award at the Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival in 2012. He also won the Ashland Independent Film Award for Best Acting Ensemble in the film ‘The Truth About Emanuel,’ which he shared with his co-stars.
Career of Aneurin Barnard
Aneurin Barnard made his television debut in the series ‘Jacob’s Ladder’ in 2003. He then made a short film called ‘Owl Creek Bridge’ in 2007. He made an appearance in an episode of ‘Casualty’ the following year. Barnard then went on to play Melchior in the musical “Spring Awakening.” This piece premiered at the Lyric Hammersmith in 2009. ‘The Caucasian Chalk Circle,’ ‘Singin’ in the Rain,’ ‘The Importance of Being Earnest,’ ‘Hobson’s Choice,’ and ‘West Side Story’ were among his subsequent credits.
Following that, in 2011, the actor starred in the short film ‘Elsewhere.’ In the same year, he worked on a number of other features and shorts, including “Ironclad,” “Powder,” “Queen of Hearts,” and “Hunky Dory.” The actor was cast in the television movie “We’ll Take Manhattan” as well as the films “Citadel,” “Elfie Hopkins,” and “The Facility” a year later. He appeared in the TV miniseries “The White Queen” and “Moonfleet” in 2013. Barnard also acted in a number of films that year, including ‘The Truth About Emanuel,’ ‘Trap for Cinderella,’ and ‘Mary Queen of Scots.’
In 2014, he starred in the film ‘The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box.’ In the same year, he appeared in the television movies ‘Under Milk Wood’ and ‘Cilla,’ as well as the mini-series ‘Cilla.’ The following year, he appeared in the TV movie ‘The Scandalous Lady W’ as well as the miniseries ‘Killing Jesus.’ After that, he appeared in the TV shows ‘War & Peace’ and ‘Thirteen.’ Barnard appeared in a number of films in 2017, including ‘SS-GB,’ ‘The Devil’s Harvest,’ ‘Interlude in Prague,’ and ‘Dunkirk.’
Personal Experiences of Aneurin Barnard
June and Terry Barnard, factory workers and coal miners, respectively, gave birth to Aneurin Barnard on May 8, 1987 in Wales, United Kingdom. Ceri Selman is his younger sister. Barnard attended Ysgol Gyfun Llanhari before going on to the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
Estimated Net Worth
Aneurin must have good earning as he has been starred in various movies. His annual salary is estimated to be around 606,000 US Dollars and his net worth is estimated to be around 5 million US dollars.