Rory Kinnear

  • First Movie - Judas (2004)
  • Last Movie - No Time To Die (2021)
  • Total Movies - 28
  • Highest Grossing Movies
    • UK: Skyfall (2012)
    • US: Skyfall (2012)
    • World: Skyfall (2012)
  • Combined grosses
    • UK - £370.1 Million
    • US - $924.3 Million
    • Global - $3.6 Billion
  • Highest Rated Movie - The Imitation Game (2014) - 100%
  • Lowest rated movie - Quantum of Solace (2008) - 54%

Acting credits By Year of release

Year

1.

No Time To Die

(Rory Kinnear plays Tanner)

Directed by: Cary Joji Fukunaga

Starring: Daniel Craig and Léa Seydoux
2021
2.

Brexit: The Uncivil War

(Rory Kinnear plays Craig Oliver)

Directed by: Toby Haynes

Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch and Sarah Belcher

2019
3.

Peterloo

Directed by: Mike Leigh

Starring: Rory Kinnear and Maxine Peake

2018
4.

Macbeth: NT Live 2018

Directed by: Rufus Norris and Tim Van Someren

Starring: Nadia Albina and Michael Balogun

2018
5.

Tea With the Dames

(Rory Kinnear plays Tanner)

Directed by: Roger Michell

Starring: Maggie Smith and Eileen Atkins

2018
6.

Young Marx: NT Live 2017

(Rory Kinnear plays Karl Marx)

Directed by: Nicholas Hytner and Robin Lough

Starring: Rory Kinnear and Nancy Carroll

2017
7.

Trespass Against Us

Directed by: Adam Smith

Starring: Michael Fassbender and Brendan Gleeson

2017
8.

iBoy

(Rory Kinnear plays Ellman)

Directed by: Adam Randall

Starring: Bill Milner and Maisie Williams

2017
9.

The Threepenny Opera: NT Live 2016

(Rory Kinnear plays Captain Macheath)

Directed by: Rufus Norris and Nick Wickham

Starring: Rory Kinnear and Rosalie Craig

2016
10.

Shakespeare Live: From the RSC

Directed by: Gregory Doran

Starring: David Tennant and Catherine Tate

2016
11.

Spectre

(Rory Kinnear plays Tanner)

Directed by: Sam Mendes

Starring: Daniel Craig and Christoph Waltz
2015
12.

Man Up

Directed by: Ben Palmer

Starring: Simon Pegg and Lake Bell

2015
13.

The Imitation Game

Directed by: Morten Tyldum

Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley
2014
14.

Cuban Fury

Directed by: James Griffiths

Starring: Rashida Jones and Chris O'Dowd

2014
15.

National Theatre Live: 50 Years On Stage

(Rory Kinnear plays Dolabella (segment „Antony and Cleopatra„) / Bernard Nightingale (segment „Arcadia„) / Iago (segment „Othello„))

Directed by: Nicholas Hytner and Tim Van Someren

Starring: Roger Allam and Samuel Anderson

2013
16.

Othello: NT Live 2013

(Rory Kinnear plays Iago)

Directed by: Nicholas Hytner and Robin Lough

Starring: Jonathan Bailey and Sandy Batchelor

2013
17.

Broken

Directed by: Rufus Norris

Starring: Cillian Murphy and Tim Roth

2013
18.

Loving Miss Hatto

(Rory Kinnear plays Young Barrie)

Directed by: Aisling Walsh

Starring: Alfred Molina and Francesca Annis

2012
19.

Skyfall

(Rory Kinnear plays Tanner)

Directed by: Sam Mendes

Starring: Daniel Craig and Judi Dench
2012
20.

National Theatre Live: The Last of the Haussmans

(Rory Kinnear plays Nick)

Directed by: Howard Davies and Ross MacGibbon

Starring: Julie Walters and Helen McCrory

2012
21.

Hamlet: NT Live

(Rory Kinnear plays Hamlet)

Directed by: Nicholas Hytner

Starring: Michael Peavoy and Matthew Barker

2010
22.

The First Men In the Moon

(Rory Kinnear plays Bedford)

Directed by: Damon Thomas

Starring: Rory Kinnear and Mark Gatiss

2010
23.

Lennon Naked

(Rory Kinnear plays Brian Epstein)

Directed by: Edmund Coulthard

Starring: Christopher Eccleston and Christopher Fairbank

2010
24.

Wild Target

(Rory Kinnear plays Gerry Bailey)

Directed by: Jonathan Lynn

Starring: Bill Nighy and Emily Blunt

2010
25.

Quantum of Solace

(Rory Kinnear plays Bill Tanner)

Directed by: Marc Forster

Starring: Daniel Craig and Olga Kurylenko
2008
26.

Margaret Thatcher: The Long Walk to Finchley

(Rory Kinnear plays Denis Thatcher)

Directed by: Niall MacCormick

Starring: Andrea Riseborough and Philip Jackson

2008
27.

Mansfield Park

(Rory Kinnear plays Rushworth)

Directed by: Iain B. MacDonald

Starring: Julia Joyce and Douglas Hodge

2007
28.

Judas

(Rory Kinnear plays Andrew)

Directed by: Charles Robert Carner

Starring: Johnathon Schaech and Jonathan Scarfe

2004