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| image = [[File:mawle.jpg|250px]]
 
| image = [[File:mawle.jpg|250px]]
| name = Joseph Mawle
 
 
| birth date = 21 March 1974
 
| birth date = 21 March 1974
 
| birth place = Oxford, England, UK
 
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| hair = Brown
 
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| IMBd record = [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1152798/ n°1152798]
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| IMBd record = [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1152798/ Joseph Mawle]
 
| role = [[Alvarr]]
 
| role = [[Alvarr]]
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| first = ''[[The Witch's Quickening]]''
 
| serie(s) = [[Season 2|2]]
 
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'''[[Wikipedia:Joseph Mawle|Joseph Mawle]]''' portrayed the sorcerer [[Alvarr]] in the episode ''[[The Witch's Quickening]]'' of the [[BBC One|BBC]] drama series ''[[Merlin (TV Series)|Merlin]]''.
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==Early life==
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Mawle was born in Oxford. He grew up in a Victorian manor house in Warwickshire. He is one of three children from a family with a history of nine generations of farming in Warwickshire. His mother was a teacher. His father Richard still farms the land. He attended The Croft prep school where he was diagnosed as severely dyslexic and as a result went, from the ages of 13 to 16, to a boarding school for special needs. Mawle left the school at 16 to become an actor, but contracted labyrinthitis, leaving him 70 per cent hearing-impaired in the upper register and with tinnitus. He persuaded the director of the local college at Stratford-upon-Avon to let him study for a BTEC in performing arts while doing an assortment of jobs such as fitness instructor and dish-washer. He also did some acting for the Box Clever Theatre Company and in his own production of 'Solo Hamlet'. He won a scholarship to study at the Bristol Old Vic's theatre school.
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Mawle graduated from British Old Vic Theatre School in 2002 and in the same year he appeared in the Irish Hurling TV adverts for Guinness. He left in 2002 with no agent and worked as an assistant in a special needs school. He landed his first major role in a 2003 production of ''Troilus and Cressida'' playing Troilus. He also appeared in ''Hamlet'' in 2004 and in 2005 the Royal Exchange Manchester's production of ''Antony & Cleopatra''.
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It was in the television film'' Soundproof'' in 2006, where a deaf actor was needed for the lead role, that he made the biggest impact. Mawle was nominated for the RTS Breakthrough On Screen Award and director Ed Coulthard won the BAFTA for Best Director in 2007.
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Since then he has appeared in many television shows, such as'' Nineteen Eighty, Heartless, Freefall, The Street, ''Agatha Christie's ''Murder on the Orient Express'', ''Five Daughters'', ''Dive'', ''Made in Dagenham'', ''Women in Love'' and ''Game of Thrones''.
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He has several projects lined up for release in 2012 including the eagerly anticipated Working Title production of Sebastian Faulks's acclaimed novel "''Birdsong''", the Bruce Willis film "''The Cold Light of Day''", the Tim Burton produced "''Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter''" and the independent British film "''Shell''".
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[[File:Joseph-Mawle-007.jpg|thumb|296px|right|Joseph-Mawle]]Joseph Mawle is a British actor that portrayed, the charming sorcerer, [[Alvarr]] in the episode "The Witch's Quickening," in the BBC series Merlin.
 
   
It is rumoured he will reprise his role in Series 4, and strike again on Uther.
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Latest revision as of 14:52, August 31, 2019


Mawle
Joseph Mawle
Biographical information
Birth date

21 March 1974

Birth place

Oxford, England, UK

Nationality

British

Gender

Male

Hair colour

Brown

Eyes colour

Green

Skin colour

Light

His/her attendance in Merlin series
Played role

Alvarr

First appearance

The Witch's Quickening

Last appearance

The Witch's Quickening

Appearances number

1

Serie(s) :

2

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Joseph Mawle portrayed the sorcerer Alvarr in the episode The Witch's Quickening of the BBC drama series Merlin.

Early lifeEdit

Mawle was born in Oxford. He grew up in a Victorian manor house in Warwickshire. He is one of three children from a family with a history of nine generations of farming in Warwickshire. His mother was a teacher. His father Richard still farms the land. He attended The Croft prep school where he was diagnosed as severely dyslexic and as a result went, from the ages of 13 to 16, to a boarding school for special needs. Mawle left the school at 16 to become an actor, but contracted labyrinthitis, leaving him 70 per cent hearing-impaired in the upper register and with tinnitus. He persuaded the director of the local college at Stratford-upon-Avon to let him study for a BTEC in performing arts while doing an assortment of jobs such as fitness instructor and dish-washer. He also did some acting for the Box Clever Theatre Company and in his own production of 'Solo Hamlet'. He won a scholarship to study at the Bristol Old Vic's theatre school.

Mawle graduated from British Old Vic Theatre School in 2002 and in the same year he appeared in the Irish Hurling TV adverts for Guinness. He left in 2002 with no agent and worked as an assistant in a special needs school. He landed his first major role in a 2003 production of Troilus and Cressida playing Troilus. He also appeared in Hamlet in 2004 and in 2005 the Royal Exchange Manchester's production of Antony & Cleopatra.

It was in the television film Soundproof in 2006, where a deaf actor was needed for the lead role, that he made the biggest impact. Mawle was nominated for the RTS Breakthrough On Screen Award and director Ed Coulthard won the BAFTA for Best Director in 2007.

Since then he has appeared in many television shows, such as Nineteen Eighty, Heartless, Freefall, The Street, Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express, Five Daughters, Dive, Made in Dagenham, Women in Love and Game of Thrones.

He has several projects lined up for release in 2012 including the eagerly anticipated Working Title production of Sebastian Faulks's acclaimed novel "Birdsong", the Bruce Willis film "The Cold Light of Day", the Tim Burton produced "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" and the independent British film "Shell".



GalleryEdit

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