Andrew Lincoln got his acting break in the 1994 British television sitcom ‘Drop the Dead Donkey’ where he appeared as ‘Terry’ in the episode "Births and Deaths." The following year, Andrew appeared as ‘Ted’ in the feature drama film ‘Boston Kickout.’ He went on to make small appearances on television shows like ‘N7’ (1995), ‘Over Here’ (1996), and ‘Bramwell’ (1996).
Andrew’s first major acting role came in 1996 with the TV drama ‘This Life,’ where he played the character of ‘Edgar "Egg" Cook.’ He remained a part of the show till 1997. He then went on to earn recognition for his roles in television shows like 'The Woman in White' (1997) and 'Bomber' (2000).
In the year 2000, Andrew Lincoln starred in the crime-drama 'Gangster No.1' directed by Paul McGuigan. The movie received a positive response from the critics who praised the direction of the film. That same year, Lincoln appeared as the narrator in the reality television show 'Shipwrecked,' making his reality television debut.
He continued to star in popular television shows such as 'Teachers' (2001-03), 'Afterlife' (2005-06) where he won the 'Golden Nymph Award' for 'Outstanding Actor – Drama Series,' and 'Strike Back' (2010). Andrew was also seen in movies like 'Love Actually' (2003), 'These Foolish Things' (2006), 'Hey Good Looking' (2006), 'Scenes of a Sexual Nature' (2006), 'Heartbreaker' (2010) and 'Made in Dagenham' (2010).
In 2010, Andrew starred as 'Rick Grimes' in the post-apocalyptic television series 'The Walking Dead.' The series became a massive hit with Andrew earning great praise for his performance on the show. He also won several awards for his role, including 'IGN Summer Movie Award,' 'Satellite Award,' 'People's Choice Award,' and 2 'Saturn Awards.' Lincoln made a special appearance as 'Rick Grimes' in 2018 in the 'Fear the Walking Dead,' the spin off to 'The Walking Dead' series.
Lincoln has also been a part of many stage plays, including 'Sugar Sugar' (1998), 'Blue/Orange' (2000-01), 'Free' (2002), 'The Late Henry Moss' (2006), and 'A Christmas Carol' (2020).
Andrew Lincoln was last seen in the Glendyn Ivin-directed 2020 drama film 'Pengiun Bloom' where he played the role of 'Cameron Bloom.'
He is all set to appear in Guillermo del Toro's 'Cabinet of Curiosities,' a horror anthology series to be released in 2022.
Enjoy exploring the various aspects of love through the eyes of different individuals as this Christmas-themed rom-com takes you through ten separate but inter-linked love stories. A modern-day Christmas staple, this film is a must-watch during the festive season!
Made in Dagenham is a historical comedy drama film which revolves around the 1968 strike at the Ford Dagenham car plant, where female workers were protesting because of sexual discrimination, and for being paid much lesser than men.
Alex and his sister run a business which is designed to separate couples who are in love. They are hired by a wealthy man to break up his daughter’s upcoming wedding, but the only problem is that they must do it within a week.
A mob boss looks back at his humble beginnings as a small-time crook under the tutelage of an influential and dangerous crime lord. He proves his efficiency to the latter by coming up with creative methods to kill their enemies.
Based on a novel of the same name, Enduring Love is a psychological thriller film which revolves around a young man Joe, who takes his girlfriend Claire for a picnic in the countryside. However, they encounter an accident involving an air balloon, which results in a man’s death. Soon Joe starts to feel guilty for the accident, and it starts affecting his psyche.
Scenes of a Sexual Nature is a romantic comedy drama film which tells the story of seven different couples in London, as they are trying to deal with their romantic dilemmas.
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