List of Colin Firth performances

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Colin Firth is a British actor who has had an extensive career both on stage and screen, having received an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, two BAFTA Awards, three Screen Actors Guild Awards, and a Volpi Cup. Firth's films have grossed more than $4 billion from over 50 releases worldwide.


Year Title Role Director Notes
1984 Another Country Tommy Judd Marek Kanievska
1985 1919 Young Alexander Scherbatov Hugh Brody
1987 A Month in the Country Tom Birkin Pat O'Connor
The Secret Garden Adult Colin Craven Alan Grint
1989 Apartment Zero Adrian LeDuc Martin Donovan
Valmont Valmont Miloš Forman
1991 Femme Fatale Joseph Prince Andre R. Guttfreund
Wings of Fame Brian Smith Otakar Votocek
1993 The Hour of the Pig Richard Courtois Leslie Megahey Also known as The Advocate
1994 Playmaker Michael Condron / Ross Talbert Yuri Zeltser
1995 Circle of Friends Simon Westward Pat O'Connor
1996 The English Patient Geoffrey Clifton Anthony Minghella
1997 A Thousand Acres Jess Clark Jocelyn Moorhouse
Fever Pitch Paul Ashworth David Evans
1998 Shakespeare in Love Lord Wessex John Madden
1999 Blackadder: Back & Forth William Shakespeare Paul Weiland Short film
My Life So Far Edward Pettigrew Hugh Hudson
The Secret Laughter of Women Matthew Field Peter Schwabach
2000 Relative Values Peter Ingleton Eric Styles
2001 Bridget Jones's Diary Mark Darcy Sharon Maguire
2002 The Importance of Being Earnest Jack Worthing Oliver Parker
2003 Girl with a Pearl Earring Johannes Vermeer Peter Webber
Hope Springs Colin Ware Mark Herman
Love Actually Jamie Bennett Richard Curtis
What a Girl Wants Henry Dashwood Dennie Gordon
2004 Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason Mark Darcy Beeban Kidron
Trauma Ben Slater Marc Evans
2005 Nanny McPhee Cedric Brown Kirk Jones
Where the Truth Lies Vince Collins Atom Egoyan
2007 The Last Legion Aurelius Antonius Doug Lefler
And When Did You Last See Your Father? Blake Morrison Anand Tucker
Then She Found Me Frank Helen Hunt
St Trinian's Geoffrey Thwaites Oliver Parker & Barnaby Thompson
In Prison My Whole Life Himself Marc Evans Producer only
2008 The Accidental Husband Richard Bratton Griffin Dunne
Mamma Mia! Harry Bright Phyllida Lloyd
Easy Virtue Jim Whittaker Stephan Elliott
Genova Joe Michael Winterbottom
2009 A Christmas Carol Fred Robert Zemeckis
Dorian Gray Lord Henry Wotton Oliver Parker
A Single Man George Falconer Tom Ford
St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold Geoffrey Thwaites Oliver Parker & Barnaby Thompson
2010 The King's Speech King George VI Tom Hooper
Main Street Gus LeRoy John Doyle
Steve Steve Rupert Friend Short film
2011 Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Bill Haydon Tomas Alfredson
2012 Stars in Shorts Steve Rupert Friend Segment: Steve
Gambit Harry Deane Michael Hoffman
2013 Arthur Newman Arthur Newman / Wallace Avery Dante Ariola
2014 The Railway Man Eric Lomax Jonathan Teplitzky
Devil's Knot Ron Lax Atom Egoyan
Magic in the Moonlight Stanley / Wei Ling Soo Woody Allen
Before I Go to Sleep Ben Lucas Rowan Joffé
2015 Kingsman: The Secret Service Harry Hart / Galahad Matthew Vaughn
Eye in the Sky Gavin Hood Producer only
2016 Genius Maxwell Perkins Michael Grandage
Loving Jeff Nichols Producer only
Bridget Jones's Baby Mark Darcy Sharon Maguire
2017 Kingsman: The Golden Circle Harry Hart / Galahad Matthew Vaughn
2018 The Happy Prince Reggie Turner Rupert Everett
The Mercy Donald Crowhurst James Marsh
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Harry Bright Ol Parker
Kursk David Russell Thomas Vinterberg [1][2]
Mary Poppins Returns William Weatherall Wilkins
Wolf (voice)
Rob Marshall
2019 Greed Himself Michael Winterbottom
1917 General Erinmore Sam Mendes
2020 The Secret Garden Lord Archibald Craven Marc Munden
Supernova Sam Harry Macqueen
2021 Mothering Sunday Mr. Godfrey Niven Eva Husson
Operation Mincemeat Ewen Montagu John Madden
2022 Empire of Light Donald Ellis Sam Mendes
2023 Rye Lane Burrito Maker Raine Allen-Miller Cameo


Year Title Role Director Notes
1984 Crown Court PC Franklin Gareth Morgan Television (UK); episode: "Citizens: Part 1"
Camille Armand Duval Desmond Davis Television film
1985 Dutch Girls Neil Truelove Giles Foster Television film
1986 Lost Empires Richard Herncastle Alan Grint TV mini-series
1987 Pat Hobby: Teamed with Genius Rene Wilcox Rob Thompson PBS Shorts Special
The Secret Garden Adult Colin Craven Alan Grint Hallmark Hall of Fame
1988 Tumbledown Robert Lawrence Richard Eyre Television film
1991 Out of the Blue Alan Nick Hamm Play for television
1992 Hostages John McCarthy David Wheatley Television – HBO
1994 Master of the Moor Stephen Whalby Marc Evans Television film – UK
The Deep Blue Sea Freddie Page Karel Reisz Play for television – UK
1995 Pride and Prejudice Fitzwilliam Darcy Simon Langton Television mini-series
The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd Charles Holroyd Katie Mitchell Play for television – UK
1997 Nostromo Charles Gould Alastair Reid Television mini-series
1999 Blackadder: Back & Forth William Shakespeare Richard Curtis Television short
The Turn of the Screw The Master Ben Bolt Masterpiece Theatre
2000 Donovan Quick Donovan Quick/Daniel Quinn David Blair Television film
2001 Conspiracy Wilhelm Stuckart Frank Pierson Television film – HBO
We Know Where You Live Himself Declan Lowney Benefit for Amnesty International
Fourplay Allen Portland Mike Binder Television film – HBO, also known as Londinium
2004 Saturday Night Live Himself Television series
2006 Born Equal Mark Armitage Dominic Savage Television film – UK
2017 Red Nose Day Actually Jamie Richard Curtis
Mat Whitecross
Television short film
2022 The Staircase Michael Peterson Antonio Campos Miniseries


Year Title Role Playwright Venue
1983 Another Country Guy Bennett Julian Mitchell Queen's Theatre, West End
1984 The Doctor's Dilemma Louis Dubedat George Bernard Shaw Churchill Theatre, Bromley
1985 The Lonely Road Felix Arthur Schnitzler The Old Vic, London
1987 Desire Under the Elms Eben Eugene O'Neill Greenwich Theatre, London
1991 The Caretaker Aston Harold Pinter Comedy Theatre, West End
1993 Chatsky Chatsky Alexander Griboyedov Almeida Theatre, London
1999 Three Days of Rain Walker/Ned Richard Greenberg Donmar Warehouse, London


  1. ^ Kroll, Justin (26 May 2016). "Colin Firth to Star in Submarine Disaster Movie 'Kursk' (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Variety Media. Retrieved 20 December 2016.
  2. ^ D'Alessandro, Anthony (9 February 2017). "Lea Seydoux Boards EuropaCorp Submarine Drama 'Kursk' – Berlin". Penske Business Media. Retrieved 13 March 2017.