|Born||June 1981 (age 40)|
|📆 Years active||2002-present|
|❤️ Partner(s)||Lucy Lowe|
Kieran Hill (born June 1981) is an English actor known for his work on stage, screen and radio.
Born in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, he went to Adams' Grammar School in Newport then Adams College, Wem.
Hill trained at the Birmingham School of Speech and Drama, graduating from the 3 year Acting course in 2002. He joined the Royal Shakespeare Company playing Cornwall in King Lear, directed by Declan Donnellan. In 2003 he joined the Chichester Festival Theatre company where spent the next three years. Whilst there he performed in many plays including The Merchant of Venice, alongside Niamh Cusack, Philip Quast, Ed Stoppard & Desmond Barrit, directed by Gale Edwards, The Government Inspector alongside Alistair McGowan, directed by Martin Duncan and Dr. Faustus alongside Michael Feast and Samuel West, directed by Steven Pimlott.
As well as performing in many plays all over the UK and Europe, he was a member of the RSC's award winning History Cycle, directed by Michael Boyd, the Menier Chocolate Factory's award winning Sunday in The Park With George and built up a close working relationship with director David Thacker, having worked together on 12 productions at the Octagon Theatre, Bolton. He has also played George Costigan's son twice; once at the York Theatre Royal in a production of Death of a Salesman and again in King Lear at the Citizens Theatre, Glasgow. In 2016 he played James Rebanks in the world premiere of The Shepherd’s Life, adapted from the worldwide bestselling novel.
His TV credits include Holby City for the BBC, Obsession: Dark Desires for Discovery and Drifters and Lee & Dean for Channel 4. His film work includes the award winning Hold On Me with Melia Kreiling and Full Time. He is also associate producer on the new feature length documentary Uncle Art.
He was a regular on the BBC Radio 4 drama series No Commitments with Bill Nighy, Celia Imrie and Felicity Montagu.
|2011||Manchester Theatre Awards||Best Actor in a Supporting Role||Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf||Nominated|
|2013||Manchester Theatre Awards||Best Actor in a Supporting Role||The Glass Menagerie||Nominated|
Hill lives in London with his partner Lucy Lowe. They have 1 child together.
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