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Downton Abbey (2010)

Hugh Bonneville as "Robert Crawley"

This British drama series follows the lives of the Crawley family and its servants in the family's classic Georgian country house. The series begins with the 1912 sinking of the Titanic, which leaves Downton Abbey's future in jeopardy, since the presumptive heirs of Robert, Earl of Grantham -- his cousin James, and James' son, Patrick -- die in the catastrophe, leaving the family without a male offspring to take over Downton when the current lord dies. The point is important since Lord Grantham's children are daughters -- Ladies Mary, Edith and Sybil, but the facets of their lives and of those of the below-stairs staff -- also a highly regimented world -- have fascinating story lines.

Screen Actors Guild Awards (2014) Nominated Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
Emmy (Primetime) (2013) Nominated Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Screen Actors Guild Awards (2013) Won Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
Emmy (Primetime) (2012) Nominated Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Golden Globe (2012) Nominated Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television

Twenty Twelve (2011)

Hugh Bonneville as "Ian Fletcher"

Hosting the 2012 Olympics is a big deal for London, as evidenced by this comedy series, originally broadcast by the BBC, which follows the Olympic Deliverance team -- the people tasked with having the two-week event go off without a problem. The team has plenty of time before the deadline and 9 billion pounds to spend, so what could possibly go wrong? The team members do their best to get to the end of the day, the end of the week and, hopefully, the end of the Olympics without everything coming undone. Can they do it?

British Academy of Film & Television Arts (2013) Nominated Male Performance in a Comedy Programme
British Academy of Film & Television Arts (2012) Nominated Male Performance in a Comedy Programme

Iris (2001)

Hugh Bonneville as "Young John Bayley"

Two of the most acclaimed actresses of our time, Judi Dench and Kate Winslet, bring to the screen one of the most extraordinary women of her generation, celebrated author, Iris Murdoch. From her days as a brilliant scholar at Oxford, where she thrilled the world around her with her libertine spirit, through her career as a philosopher and novelist, Iris was truly ahead of her time.

British Academy of Film & Television Arts (2001) Nominated Actor in a Supporting Role

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