Was James Purefoy in Game of Thrones? Was James Purefoy cast in V for Vendetta?

James Purefoy did not star in Game of Thrones, even if he would have loved to as a big fan of HBO.

Purefoy considers Game of Thrones as a terrific series.

Was James Purefoy cast in V for Vendetta?

Purefoy was cast in V for Vendetta, but he dropped out along the line.

Who Is James Purefoy?

James Purefoy is an English actor famous for playing Mark Antony in the HBO/BBC historical drama series “Rome” from 2005 to 2007.

Born on June 3, 1964, in Taunton, Somerset, England, Purefoy has performed on stage in several productions.

He made his film debut with the 1994 film “Feast of July”, and later took up roles in the films “Bedrooms and Hallways” (1998) and “Mansfield Park” (1999).

In 2001, Purefoy began to make a name, following his role as Sir Thomas Marshall in the medieval adventure film “A Knight’s Tale”.

Since then, Purefoy has appeared in various films, including “Vanity Fair” (2004), “Solomon Kane” (2009), “John Carter” (2012), “Ironclad” (2011), “The Following” (2013), “Fisherman’s Friends: One and All” (2022).

On television, Purefoy starred in the HBO/BBC series “Rome” (2005-2007), “The Philanthropist” (2009), “Episodes” (2011-2017), “Revenge” (2011), “Roots” (2016), “Hap and Leonard” (2016-2018), “Altered Carbon” (2018-2020), and “Malpractice” (2023).

Purefoy’s role in TV and film has so far garnered critical acclaim and he is regarded as a respected figure in the movie industry.