Dan Stevens Personal Details
Birth Name: Daniel Jonathan Stevens
Born: October 10, 1982
Zodiac Sign: Libra
Birth Place: Croydon, South London, England
Residence: New York City, New York, USA
Education: He attended Tonbridge in Kent before attending Emmanuel College in Cambridge.
Occupation: Actor, Writer, Critic
Net Worth: $4 million
Dan Stevens Measurements
Height: 6′ (1.83 m)
Weight: 165 lbs (75 kg)
Hair color: Light Brown
Eye color: Blue
Shoe Size: 10
Distinctive features: Bright blue eyes, sharp chin, chiseled jaw
Best known for: His role as Matthew Reginald Crawley in ‘Downtown Abbey’ and for his role as David Haller in ‘Legion’.
Dan Stevens Family:
Father – His father was a teacher (adoptive)
Mother – His mother was also a teacher (adoptive)
Siblings – He has a younger adopted brother
Dan Stevens Dated:
- Susie Hariet (2009–Present) – Dan met his wife in 2006 while they were both working in separate theater productions. After getting married, his wife Susie became a music teacher and put her acting career on hold. They have three children together, two daughters named Willow and Eden and a son named Aubrey.
First Film: His debut on the big screen came in 2009 when he played David Cameron in ‘Hilde’.
First TV appearance: His television debut came in 2004 with his role as Henry Clerval in ‘Frankenstein’.
Personal trainer: Although Dan takes very good care of himself by working out constantly and by following a strict diet, he doesn’t seem to employ the services of a personal trainer.
Dan Stevens Favorite Things, Facts & Hobbies:
- His favorite TV shows are ‘The Wire’, ‘The West Wing’, ‘The Sopranos’, and ‘Breaking Bad’.
- He also speaks French and German to some extent.
- Dan was adopted when he was 7 days old.
- As a child, he was hyperactive and restless, which is why he found great comfort in school plays.
- He was discovered by Sir Peter Hall in a school play while he was at Cambridge.
- Dan doesn’t know his biological parents and has never tried to get in touch with them.
- From 2006 to 2012, he did voice-overs for more than 30 audio books while working for BBC Radio 4.
- Between 2011 and 2013, he was a regular columnist for The Telegraph.