Born on June 18, 1986, in Renfrewshire, Scotland, Richard Madden is a Scottish stage, movie, and television performing artist. He is the son of Richard, the fire unit member and Pat, a classroom assistant. He has two sisters. He dated the Jenna Coleman, the actress from 2012 to 2015. At 11 years old, Madden entered Paisley Arts Center's childhood theater program to help beat his shyness.
He was before long cast in a role as youthful Andy in the movie adaptation of Complicity by Iain Banks, trailed by him being cast a lead part as Sebastian in the TV arrangement Barmy Aunt Boomerang, for which he taped six scenes that publicized from 1999 until 2000. He got his graduation degree from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in 2007.
While at the academy, Richard joined with the Arches and Glasgow Repertory Company, trailed by play named Tom Fool at the Citizens' Theater by Franz Xaver Kroetz. It received the praises when exchanged to London, where the group from the Globe Theatre spotted Madden. In his last year with RSAMD, he earned a role as Romeo in a production at the Globe Theater of Romeo and Juliet which, after running in London, visited in outdoors organizes amid the late spring of 2007, is the Globe's first tour.
He additionally acted as a Callum McGregor in the stage creation of Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman in 2008. He later became the main character Dean McKenzie in the BBC sitcom
Hope Springs in 2009. In 2010, he worked as Ripley in the movie Chatroom and as Theater of Hate vocalist Kirk Brandon in the Worried About The Boy. He casted as Robb Stark in the show Game of Thrones on HBO, in light of book by George R. R. Martin named A Song of Ice and Fire series from 2011 to 2013.
Speaking in September of 2018, Madden asserted that he was not paid much for his part in Game of Thrones. During this period, Madden additionally starred in the Channel 4 arrangement Sirens, and in the BBC program Birdsong. In May of 2013, he earned the role of the prince in the Disney live-action film Cinderella. The film discharged in March of 2015.
He first acquired his Screen Actors Guild (SAG) card for the miniseries Klondike in 2014, in which he acts as Bill Haskell. Between May and August of 2016, Richard Madden showed up on the stage as Romeo at the West End in Romeo and Juliet, where he joined his film Cinderella executive
Kenneth Branagh and co-star named
Lily James as Juliet. Richard supplanted as Romeo in July, after suffering a lower leg injury. In 2016, he appeared as the lead part named Cosimo de' Medici in the Italian TV Series, "Medici: Masters of Florence."
Around the same time, he acted as American pickpocket Michael Mason in the motion picture Bastille Day in 2016, close by Idris Elba. Of Madden's execution as Mark McNulty in the production of National Theater of Scotland's Be Near Me, where Warwick Thompson of Bloomberg noticed his performance.
The Scotsman's Susan Mansfield detailed that Madden received the attention of pundits for his work and revealed positive audits of his work by The Observer and The Daily Telegraph. He gained Most Stylish Male at the Scottish Style grants in October of 2009 and additionally named in Esquire's Hottest Stars for 2010. He earned the name as one of the Stars of Tomorrow by Screen International in 2011.