[Maximilian Paul Diarmuid Irons]
D.O.B. : 17 October 1985
Colour of eyes: Green
Colour of hair: Fair
Singing voice: Baritone
Parts played at Guildhall School of Music and Drama:
Supervacuo in The Revenger’s Tragedy (Dir: Ed Dick)
Loveday in The London Cuckolds (Dir: Christian Burgess)
Peter Kingsley in City of Angels (Dir. Martin Connor)
Television Credits Include:
Every 7 Seconds - UK TV Spot
The Runaway (2011) as Tommy
The White Queen (2013) as King Edward IV
Feature Film Credits Include:
Being Julia (2004) as the Curtain Call Boy
Dorian Gray (2009) as Lucius
Unrequited Love (short film) (2009) as Tom
Red Riding Hood (2011) as Henry
The Host (2013) as Jared Howe
Vivaldi (2013) as Vivaldi
Theatre Credits Include:
Appeared as the younger Donner in Tom Stoppard’s Artist Descending a Staircase at the Old Red Lion Theatre in London in 2009. Read reviews and see photos HERE.
Taught workshops in drama.
Horse riding, swimming, free-diving.
RP – Received Pronunciation
Liverpool, general and Southern American, various London accents.
Max Irons is the new face of MANGO – 2009
Unrequited Love – a short film starring Max Irons:
Red Riding Hood Trailer, Stills and Official Movie Poster
Max Irons, in costume and on the set of Red Riding Hood:
Photo Copyright 2010 © PUNKD Images
An autographed photo of Max Irons, signed in Vancouver, BC, while he was filming “Red Riding Hood”:
Screencaps of Max in “Being Julia”
Max Irons – The Next Robert Pattinson?
Irons Man Two: Max Irons – from the London Evening Standard – March 2011
Max Irons in People Magazine – March 21, 2011
Red Riding Hood – Max Irons Interview for Orange UK- April 12, 2011
Max Irons for Macy’s INC – February 2012
Max Irons Photographed by Davis Factor – 2012
from http://www.dailymail.co.uk – 7 November 2008
Like father, like son (nearly): Max Irons, the actor son of thespian couple Jeremy Irons and Sinead Cusack, tells me he is learning the family trade the hard way.
‘Dad sat me down and said: “Me and your mother have been lucky, but we’re in the 1 per cent of actors who have that success”,’ says Max, 23, who stars alongside Colin Firth and Emilia Fox in the forthcoming film Dorian Gray.
‘It’s feast or famine for an actor. I wouldn’t say I’m unemployed at the moment. Like any actor, I’m looking for parts.’
‘The Guildhall School has an outstanding reputation and it provides the absolute best start, best experience and best advice for anyone entering the acting world.’
Max Irons, BA Acting
Max attended The Dragon School in Oxford, which has pupils aged 4 to 13.
Max also attended Bryanston School in Dorset, UK
Was a member of the Bryanston Buffaloes Boat Club rowing team.