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Joseph Mawle, born 21 March 1974 in Oxfordmarker, Englandmarker is a British actor.

Mawle graduated from Bristol Old Vic Theatre Schoolmarker in 2002 and in the same year appeared in the Irish Hurling TV adverts for Guinness. He began work in the theatre prior to training at Bristol mainly for Box Clever Theatre Company and in his own production of 'Solo Hamlet'

He landed his first major role in a 2003 production of Troilus and Cressida playing Troilus for Shakespeare at The Tobacco factory, work at the Nuffield Theatre, Southamptonmarker, in Hamlet and in 2005 the Royal Exchange Manchestermarker's production of Antony & Cleopatra followed.

It was his performance in the television film Soundproof in 2006 that made his biggest impact. Mawle was nominated for the RTS Breakthrough On Screen Award and director Ed Coulthard won the BAFTA for best director in 2007.

He has appeared in a number of British television productions since including Dunkirk (Winner of the Huw Wheldon BAFTA Award for Factual Drama) and in Adrian Shergold's Persuasion and Channel 4's gay drama Clapham Junction. Time Out said "Mawle and Treadaway put in Bafta winning efforts". In 2008 he starred as Jesus in BBC/HBO Films miniseries of The Passion, and as a guest star in Foyle's War Broken Souls series Five.

In 2008 Joseph returned to the theatre in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot at the Almeida Theatremarker directed by Rupert Goold. Listed for 'Outstanding Newcomer' by The Evening Standard Theatre Awards and nominated for WhatsOnStage 'Theatre Choice Awards' for Best Newcomer for his performance as Judas Iscariot.

In 2009 Mawle may be seen in the feature films Nineteen Eighty (part of the Red Riding Trilogy) directed by James Marsh and in Heartless by Philip Ridley, and in the spring in Dominic Savage's Freefall opposite Dominic Cooper and Aidan Gillen. In the same year, he starred in episode 4 of Jimmy McGovern's The Street.

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