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Gareth is an actor and singer. He fronts the metal progressive band called Blue Gillespie (previously known as "A Breath of Blue Fire"). Their first EP was "Cave Country" (December 2008) EP: "Cave Country Part 2" (August 2009) Album (debut): "Synesthesia" (May 2010) Album "Seven Rages of Man" (May 2012). He is married to Gemma James and they have a ... Wikipedia

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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dark Signal2015post-productionBen
I Am Alone2015completedJacob Fitts
Enoch the TravelerTV Mini-Series announcedEnoch (2015)
Waterloo Road2015TV SeriesRob Hutchinson
Dragon Age: Inquisition2014Video GameSolas (voice)
Payback2014/IShortChris
Twisted Showcase2012-2014TV SeriesChris / Peter / Paul
Holby City2012-2013TV SeriesRhys Hopkins
Casimir Effect2011Dr Robert Cameron
Bloody Norah2011TV MoviePC Evans
Warehouse 132011TV SeriesMr. Wolcott
Red Faction Armageddon2011Video GameAdam Hale (voice)
Red Faction: Origins2011TV MovieHale
Sherlock Holmes2010VideoDr. John Watson
The Bill2005-2010TV SeriesJeremy Preston / Carl Pritchard
Girl Number 92009TV SeriesMatheson
Caerdydd2009TV SeriesDylan
Torchwood2006-2009TV SeriesIanto Jones
A Very British Cover-Up2009ShortBrian Jones
Doctor Who2008TV SeriesIanto Jones
Beethoven2005TV Mini-SeriesKarl van Beethoven
Mine All Mine2004TV SeriesYanto Jones
Rosemary & Thyme2004TV SeriesZack
Casualty2003TV SeriesDarrell Kemmer
Absolute Power2003TV SeriesTerry Pine

Music Department

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Casimir Effect2011composer: theme music

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Casimir Effect2011executive producer

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Torchwood: Inside the Hub2009TV Movie documentary thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
FedCon XIX: Beyond Imagination2010DocumentaryHimself
Torchwood: Inside the Hub2009TV Movie documentary
Torchwood Declassified2006-2009TV Series documentaryHimself
Kaleidoscope Hardcore2008ShortHimself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Twisted Showcase2014TV SeriesPeter and Paul (2012)
The Big Fat Quiz of the Year2010TV MovieIanto Jones (uncredited)
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross2006TV SeriesIanto Jones

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#Fact
1Best Actor Award for I Am Alone, film by Robert A. Palmer.
213 September 2015 Scare-A-Con Film Festival (Horror & Sci-Fi Fan Convention), Verona, New York, USA.
316 July 2015 Gareth David-Lloyd is making a return to his Torchwood character Ianto Jones. Similar to John Barrowman's audio plans, Gareth David-Lloyd will reprise the role of Ianto for a Big Finish audio adventure in October 2015. Producer James Goss: "Well, how could we not [bring him back]?" he added. "Ianto's such a brilliant character, and if we kept people on tenterhooks any longer, we'd be fools. Of course he's in it and as soon as possible. We recorded with [Gareth David-Lloyd] literally the first day after he finished a theatre tour. Did he want to put his feet up? Nope. He wanted to be Ianto." "Seeing Gareth in studio was an absolute delight" added the director Scott Handcock. "He clearly loves the part and had a great time. And can't wait to be back." The new story will be released in October 2015.
42015 Award: Behind The Voice Actors Awards: Won Best Vocal Ensemble in a Video Game for "Dragon Age: Inquisition (2014)" by Mike Laidlaw.
5Wednesday, 6 May 2015 - Articles Whovian Election Results: From 35 candidates of 9 Party's, including Captain Jack Harkness (The Immortals Party)with 19 votes. We are proud to announce that the winner of the 2015 Whovian Elections with 28 votes is Torchwood Officer Ianto Jones. Even though it was a surprise that Ianto surpassed Jack in the race to the finish and even Gareth David-Lloyd seemed to think that Jack should win 'as he is the pop to Ianto's ROCK!' Ianto Jones is the new Protector General of Planet Earth. http://projecttorchwood.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/articles-whovian-election-results.html.
620 May 2008 NewNowNext Awards - Best Gay Kiss: Jack (John Barrowman) and Ianto (Gareth David-Lloyd) on Torchwood.
7(Jan 22 2015) Polygon: Dragon Age: Inquisition, where Gareth David-Lloyd is the voice of the character Solas is recognized w/ GLAAD Media Award for its LGBT characters. GLAAD is giving a Special Recognition award to Dragon Age: Inquisition for "the many complex and unique LGBT characters prominently integrated throughout the game,". The 26th Annual GLAAD Media Awards will be held in two ceremonies, one on March 21 in Los Angeles and the other on May 9 in New York. For more on Dragon Age: Inquisition, which was Polygon's pick for game of the year 2014. A BioWare representative told Polygon that the team is "proud and happy" to receive the Special Recognition from the GLAAD Media Awards.
8(February 6 2015) "Dragon Age: Inquisition", where Gareth David-Lloyd is the voice of the character Solas, wins D.I.C.E. Award Game of the Year. The game also won outstanding achievement in game direction and role-playing, as well as massively multiplayer game of the year. D.I.C.E. Awards are considerated the Oscar of the videogame industry. The 18th D.I.C.E. Awards took place Feb. 5 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. (Variety USA - February 6, 2015 - Marc Graser, senior editor).
9Nomination GST 2014 Game Awards Best Male Performance for playing Solas in VG "Dragon Age: Inquisition" directed by Mike Laidlaw. [December 2014]
10Gareth David-Lloyd wrote a special foreword in the first short story collection "Twisted Showcase Story Collection". [November 2014]
11His son, Eli Andrew Lloyd, was born on 10 August 2014 at 4:50 a.m. weighing 7 pounds 10 oz.
121 July 2014: The cast (including Gareth David-Lloyd) and crew of "The good drug dealer" directed by Peter Watkins-Hughes received the Working in Partnership accolade (Award) from the Gwent Police Awards, at the Christchurch Centre in Newport, Wales.
13His character in Torchwood, Ianto Jones, appears in the Mobile game "Doctor Who Legacy", from Tiny Rebel Games and Seed Studio. Released across various mobile platforms back in November 2013. Jack Harkness and Ianto Jones, from Doctor Who and Torchwood, appears in it.
14Daughter, Lily Christina Lloyd, was born June 4, 2012.
1510 October 2010 Individual Award (Arts & Business Cymru Awards).
168 February 2010 SFX Weekender (TV Website Digital Spy): Cult Hero SFX Award for Torchwood.
1714 April 2010 Nomination Constelation (Canada Sci-Fi Awards) best actor in fiction TV for Torchwood.
18Along with Freema Agyeman, John Barrowman, Eve Myles and Naoko Mori, he is one of only five actors to play the same major character (Ianto Jones) in both Doctor Who (2005) and Torchwood (2006).
19His birth name is Gareth Lloyd, David is his middle name but there is already an actor registered at Equity with the name Gareth Lloyd.

#Quote
1[on his character: Juror 12, in Twelve Angry Men - Theatre - 15 May 2015] He's quite obnoxious but unaware of himself, he speaks before he thinks, which is probably the way a lot of ideas are brainstormed in advertising, but there's no place for it in a jury room. I think he grows up quite a lot within the play.
2[on any specific things he travels with, any lucky charms] Not really. I've got my phone and my Kindle which have all my pictures on. I have all my 'good luck' cards that I get on the first night, I'm quite superstitious about that. A lot of actors will dump them at the first theatre but I keep them and take them on tour with me. No lucky charms, but my mum gave me a little 'good luck' teddy 20 years ago, which I keep in my digs, I don't take it to the theatre in case it gets lost.
3[on being in touch with his former cast mates in Torchwood] Very much so, we send each other the occasional message, we see each other at conventions. I travel around doing a lot of science fiction conventions, which is amazing. I've seen so much of the world because of the show, I regard myself as very lucky. I always run into one or two of them at those. Just like Twelve Angry Men, we were a cast that got on really well which is very important.
4Being an actor, I discovered I could do all sorts of jobs, and not just the one. And astronaut was top of my list. And then I realized as I got a little older I could be an astronaut, a fireman, a policeman, a doctor. Um, a teaboy. An alien hunter, a superhero. It opened a door to a lot more possiblities.
5[on his character Ianto in "Torchwood"] I'm not really like Ianto at all. I'm a lot more impulsive than he is and I'm more inclined to do crazy things! Ianto hides things away a lot more, which is what makes him such an interesting character to play.
6I love horror and I always count on Twisted Showcase to send me a script that's impossible to turn down.
7I'd like to do a Romulan or a Vulcan... I was a big Trekkie in my youth. Any of the Star Trek aliens sort of fascinate me, close to my heart I suppose.
8I love Burn (Gorman); he's so fucking good; he's such a good actor that whenever Burn is doing a scene, I watch him so closely, because I'm such an admirer of his skill. The character's unapologetic and so is he, he's completely unapologetic about who he is. He's a very pure person.
9[on his friendship with John Barrowman] Whenever I see John we pick up right back where we left off... we forged a good friendship in Torchwood and that always be there.
10Ooh, that's difficult. They're different. Stage I like for the immediacy and the audience response, but working for the cameras needs subtlety and naturalism. For the theatre, you have to use a lot of stagecraft and technique to convince the audience but the camera picks everything up and you can't do that, you have to convince the person you're speaking to.
11It's one of those things I was never going to say I'd never do, but it was after talking to John Barrowman about his role in Jack and the Beanstalk in Cardiff a few years ago that got me thinking. He said how much fun he'd so I thought I'd give it a go when they approached me.


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