Richard Madden got basic approval for his job as Sergeant David Budd in BBC One’s Bodyguard, with fans and commentators alike commending his depiction of the harmed officer who progresses toward becoming PPO for the Home Secretary. Indeed, a few people have ventured to recommend that he could be the following Bond, with certain bookmakers offering a 10/1 chance on the result. Discover all that you have to think about the best in class star here…
Richard was born in Renfrewshire, near Glasgow. He was born on 18 June 1986 to parents Pat and Richard. The star has two sisters, and revealed that he was a shy child. He told The Sun: “I was fat and shy. Crushingly shy, going to what was a fairly tough high school. Aggressive, masculine. I was a 38in waist when I was 12. I didn’t wear denim until I was 19 because denim is hard to take up. My mum couldn’t take my jeans up.”
Richard found film success during starring with Lily James in Cinderella, where he plays Prince Charming, Kit. Furthermore, he went on to star in Bastille Day. Moreover, he also found success in some other TV shows which included Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Medici: Masters of Florence and Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams.
Game of Thrones
Richard is perhaps most well known for his role as Robb Stark. He portrayed the role of the eldest son in the Stark family, in the hit show Game of Thrones. As the main member of the cast in series one to three, Robb set out to avenge his dad’s death by being made King in the North. Furthermore, he also rebelled against the Lannisters. However, despite being a much-loved actor in the series, Robb was murdered in the final episode of season three. In it, he was murdered during the Red Wedding along with his mother, Catelyn, and his pregnant wife, Talisa.
Richard was in a long-term relationship with Doctor Who star Jenna Coleman. It was from 2012 to 2015. Although the couple was tight-lipped about their relationship, Richard disclosed that he would regularly visit her on set, and “geek out” in the TARDIS. While talking with Vulture, he said: “I mean, I’ve watched Doctor Who since I was a kid. I loved it, and I still love it. I can geek out about it, like when I go to set and see the TARDIS.”