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Stephen Campbell Moore is an English film, theatre, and television actor.

Relationship Facts of Stephen Campbell Moore

Stephen Campbell Moore is not having an affair with anyone presently.
His sexual orientation is straight.

What is the relationship of Stephen Campbell Moore?

Stephen Campbell Moore is currently possibly single.

Previously, he was married to Emmy award-winning actress Claire Foy in 2014. This couple together has a daughter Ivy Rose (March 2015). This couple got a divorce in February 2018.

Who is Stephen Campbell Moore?

Stephen Campbell Moore is an English film, theatre, and television actor. He is best known as Alan Bennett in the play The History Boys.

Stephen Campbell Moore: Age, Parents, Education, Ethnicity

This actor was born on 30 November 1979, in London, England with the birth name Stephen Moore Thorpe.

His father is a telecommunications engineer, and his mother is an art therapist. He has an engineer brother.

Stephen attended Berkhamsted School, and later trained at Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He belongs to Arab-Amazigh descent.

Stephen Campbell Moore: Career, Professional Life


Campbell was interested in acting and theater from high school. Earlier in 2003, he made his professional debut in the drama film Bright Young Things.

The next year, he played Lord Darlington in a romantic comedy-drama film A Good Woman. Afterward, in 2006, Moore starred in 3 movies Normal for Norfolk (Short), Amazing Grace, and The History Boys.

In 2008, he made his appearances in The Bank Job, Burlesque Fairytales, The Children, and Official Selection (Short).

His other works in movies include Season of the Witch, Johnny English Reborn, Man Up, The Lady in the Van, Burnt, Goodbye Christopher Robin, and more. Later, in 2019, he played Major Chetwode in the historical drama Downtown Abbey.


Stephen Campbell Moore has done many theatrical acts performing with Royal National Theatre and RSC. Between 2004-2006, he made his theatre debut playing Irwin in the play The History Boys.

Afterward, in 2010, Stephen played Chris Keller in a three-act play All My Sons at Apollo Theatre, West End, London. The next year, he performed Clybourne Park at Wyndham’s Theatre.

Similarly, he performed the five-act tragedy, Berenice, at Donmar Warehouse, London in 2012. The next year, Campbell played Joe Schofield in Chimerica at Almeida Theatre.

Later, in 2015, he starred as Maurice Wilkins in an award-winning play Photograph 51 at Noel Coward Theatre.


Stephen made his television debut in 2003 with the TV film Byron as John Cam Hobhouse. The next year, he starred as Hugh Stanbury in BBC One’s mini-series He Knew He Was Right.

Between 2005-2010, he worked on many television programs like Walli’s & Edward, Ashes to Ashes, Ben Hur, Rough Crossings, Hustle, and A Short Stay in Switzerland.

Afterward, in 2011, Moore made his appearance in the TV film Just Henry. His other works on television include Titanic, Hunted, The Wrong Mans, Our Zoo, Stag, The Child in Time, The Last Post, and more.

Later, in 2019, he starred in 2 television series ‘Traitors’ and ‘War of the Worlds’. Earlier, he received a gold medal for his work in his final year at Guildhall School of Music and Drama. In 2012 and 2017, Moore did brain surgery to treat a brain tumor.

Stephen Campbell Moore: Salary, Net Worth

The salary of Moore is under review. Meanwhile, according to some sources of 2022, Stephen has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million

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Caption: Stephen Campbell Moore stunning looks ( Source: The Telegraph )

Rumor and Controversy

There is no rumor or scandal about Campbell. Meanwhile, Campbell has managed to keep himself out of any rumor and controversy. He is doing great in her career.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight

Stephen Campbell Moore is 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 75 kg. Similarly, he has blonde hair and hazel blue eyes.

Social Media Profile

Stephen is not active on social sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. He loves to spend time with his family and friends rather than on social media.


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