Who is Ralph Ineson?
Ralph Ineson, a Sagittarius by birth and a British citizen, was born on December 15, 1969, in Leeds, Yorkshire, England. He is both an actor and a voice actor, but he is likely most known for playing William, one of the main characters in Robert Eggers’ 2015 horror mystery thriller “The Witch,” which also starred Anya Taylor-Joy and Kate Dickie. The movie was a big sensation, winning 43 Oscars and being nominated for 67 more. It tells the narrative of a family living in New England in the 1630s who are attacked by witches.
Childhood And Education Of Ralph Ineson
Being inspired by his mother, Ralph Ineson spent a lot of his early spare time at a local theatre watching his mother play. Ralph was reared as an only child in Leeds by his father, an accountant, and his mother, a theatre performer.
He played cricket and soccer while attending Woodleigh School, where he later transferred to study at Pocklington School. After graduating from high school in 1987, he joined Lancaster University’s Fumes College, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in theater in 1991. He subsequently began working as a teacher and cricket coach at York Sixth Form College.
Television Show Roles
In this post, we’ll simply highlight a few of Ralph’s most famous performances even though he has acted in over 130 films and television programs.
When he played Alex in the episode “Best Friends” of the British police procedural drama “Spender” in 1993, he made his television debut. He subsequently made appearances in several single-episode series, including the comedy-drama “All Quiet on the Preston Front” in 1994, the crime thriller series “99-1,” and the miniseries “The Cinder Path.” In 1995’s crime thriller “Out of the Blue,” 1996’s British science fiction time-travel comedy “Goodnight Sweetheart,” and the drama “Kavanagh QC,” he continued to guest star in episodes of these shows.
His first major performance came in 1998 when he accepted the role of Luke Mullen, a supporting character, in the drama “Playing the Field.” He appeared in 32 episodes of the show until its conclusion in 2002. Ralph portrayed Chris Finch in seven episodes of the highly acclaimed British mockumentary sitcom “The Office” from 2001 to 2003. The Office, which also starred Ricky Gervais, Martin Freeman, and Mackenzie Crook, is about employees at a corporation that has decided to fire a lot of its employees.
He then made appearances in shows including “Holby City,” a British hospital drama, “The Afternoon Party,” and the miniseries “Between the Sheets,” both of which were produced in the following years.
When “Coronation Street” first became popular in the UK and Europe in 2005, Ralph was asked to play Zack. A year later, he was asked to play the supporting role of Jeremy Hazledine in the British satirical black comedy series “Suburban Shootout,” which starred Anna Chancellor and Felicity Montagu and was nominated for nine other awards while winning one.
After appearing in just one episode of more than ten different series, Ralph took up the role of John Fry in nine episodes of the drama “Waterloo Road” in 2009.
The following years saw him guest starred in a single episode of many series. He played Roger the Policeman in the episode “Arthur.com” of the sitcom “Count Arthur Strong” in 2013, Arthur Hawkes in the episode “Gently Going Under” of the crime series “Inspector George Gently” in 2014, and King Henry II in “Episode” of the historical drama “Episode: Henry II” in 2015. He played Dagmer Cleftjaw in the wildly popular
Although the American thriller series “Absentia” didn’t garner as much attention as anticipated in 2017, Ralph was asked to play Adam Radford in ten episodes of the program. Despite this, the show was nevertheless renewed for a second season.
In three of Ralph’s most recent TV series appearances, all in 2019, he played General Nikolai Tarakanov in two episodes of the historical drama “Chernobyl,” The Hunter (skeletal) in seven episodes of the American fantasy web series “The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance,” and Detective Chief Inspector Alex Boyd in six episodes of the British mystery crime series “The Capture.”
In addition, Ralph performed in three theatre productions: “Jackets” at Lancaster University in 1989 as NCO; “York Mystery Plays” at York Theatre Royal in 1992 as Herod’s Heavy Willow; and “Hangmen” at the Royal Court Theatre in 2015 as Inspector Fry.
In the 1994 short film “Syrup,” Ralph made his acting debut as a skinhead. The following year, he was chosen for a supporting part as Dix in the British action crime film “Shopping.”
His roles in the 1995 historical drama “First Knight,” the 1997 romantic comedy “Shooting Fish,” and the 2001 British film “South West 9” were three of the early roles that helped him become known as a movie actor. His subsequent parts came six years later in the British films “Shoot on Sight” and the British crime thriller “Cass,” since he was more interested in acting in TV series at the time.
While appearing as Amycus Carrow in the fantasy film “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” in 2009, Ralph was also cast to play a crazy wild-haired reporter in the British sports film “The Damned United.” He would later reprise this role in both the “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” films, which were released in 2010 and 2011. Ralph played the Ravager Pilot in the critically acclaimed superhero blockbuster “Guardians of the Galaxy” in 2014, and he also made an appearance in the hit movie “Kingsman: The Secret Service.”
Ralph appeared in the space opera epic “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” in 2017, but his scene was ultimately cut. Then, in 2018, he made appearances in three more films: the crime thriller “The Hurricane Heist,” the action-adventure science fiction movie “Ready Player One,” and the American western anthology “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.”
The Irish-American film “Here Are the Young Men,” the American epic medieval fantasy film “The Green Knight,” and the American fantasy adventure film “Dolittle” are three of Ralph’s most recent performances in motion pictures. All three were released in 2020.
Ralph’s voice can also be heard in several video games, including the dungeon crawler action role-playing game “Diablo IV” in 2020 and the action-adventure game “Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag” in 2013. In 2011, he voiced Amycus Carrow in the third-person shooter game “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2.”
Although Ralph has been withholding information about his love life from the media, it is known that he is married because he frequently accompanied his spouse Ali Milner to red carpet events. In the late 1990s, a mutual friend met the two, and it appeared like they were a perfect match as they began dating just days after meeting. Ralph and Ali were married in a small ceremony in December 2003.
Ali is a magazine editor who has contributed to numerous British and German publications. She currently works for the “Warpaint” make-up art publication. Their son Luc was born to Ali and Ralph in 1999, and Rebecca was born to them in 2003.
Ralph is a married man with two children as of September 2020, and he hasn’t mentioned any other ladies he could have dated before meeting Ali.
Activities And Other Passions
Ralph is a major animal lover who has volunteered, worked with, and donated money to several animal shelters. He is also the “father” of three pet dogs, notably the enormous Dogo Argentino, who frequently appears in Ralph’s Instagram photos.
Although they are not huge fans of the US, Ralph and Ali have visited several American states like New York, Arizona, and California. This is largely due to Ralph’s acting career. When they travel, Ralph and Ali prefer to visit natural settings rather than congested tourist towns.
In addition to “Cast Away,” “Bruce Almighty,” and “Notting Hill,” Ralph has his favorite actors and actresses, some of which are Jim Carrey, Tom Hanks, and Julia Roberts. He also likes to watch comedies like “That ’70s Show” and “3rd Rock from the Sun.”
Body Structure And Net Worth
Ralph is 50 years old. He stands 6 feet 2 inches (1.89 meters) tall and has short brown hair, and blue eyes. His weight is about 180 lbs (82kgs).
His net worth has been officially estimated to be more than $4 million as of August 2020.