Stephen Dillane – Height, Weight, Measurements & Bio

Stephen Dillane Personal Details

Birth Name: Stephen J. Dillanestephen2
Nickname: Stephen Dillon
Born: November 30, 1956
Ethnicity: White
Religion: Unknown
Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius
Birth Place: Kensington, London, England, United Kingdom
Residence: London, England, United Kingdom
Nationality: English
Education: He attended the University of Exeter and graduated with two degrees in political science and history. He also attended Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in Bristol
Occupation: Actor
Net Worth: $6 million

Stephen Dillane Measurements

[ads1 id=”alignright”]Height: 6′ (1.83 m)
Weight: 181 lbs (82 kg)
Hair color: Dark Brown
Eye color: Grey
Biceps: 13
Chest: 40
Waist: 37
Shoe Size: 11

Distinctive features: Grey eyes, distinctive voice

Best known for: His appearance in films like ‘Spy Game’, ‘The Hours’, ‘King Arthur’, ‘Goal’, ‘Nine Lives’, ‘Savage Grace’, ‘God on Trial’, ‘Storm’, ‘Perfect Sense’, and ‘Zero Dark Thirty, but also for his role as Stannis Baratheon in ‘Game of Thrones’

Stephen Dillane Family:
Father – John Dillane
Mother – Bridget Dillane
Siblings – Richard Dillane

Stephen Dillane Dated:

  • Naomi Wirthner – Stephen is currently married to actress Naomi Wirthner with whom he has two kids named Seamus Dillane and Frank Dillane.

First Film: His first appearance on film was in 1987 when he appeared in a TV movie titled ‘The Secret Garden’. His debut on the big screen came in 1990 as Horatio in ‘Hamlet’

First TV appearance: His television debut came in 1985 in an episode of ‘Remington Steele’ as Bradford Galt

Personal trainer: As far as we know, Stephen Dillane does not employ the services of a personal trainer.

Stephen Dillane Favorite Things, Facts & Hobbies:

  • His favorite book is ‘Gargoyles’ by Thomas Bernhard
  • Stephen started acting when he was 25 years old
  • Soon after graduating from the University of Exeter, he worked as a journalist for the Croydon Advertiser
  • He was a Tony Award in 2000 for his performance in ‘The Real Thing’
  • Until 1990 when he changed his surname back to his birth name, Stephen Dillane was known as ‘Stephen Dillon’
  • For his performance in ‘The Real Thing’, Stephen was named ‘Best Actor’ at the London’s Evening Standard Awards
  • His son Frank is also an actor
  • Stephen won a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for his supporting role in ‘John Adams’