Notable roles from film include Dancy's Prince Charmont from the 2004 Disney film Ella Enchanted alongside Anne Hathaway and, from the same year, Galahad in King Arthur alongside later Hannibal co-star Mads Mikkelsen. In theatre, Dancy has appeared in MCC Theater's The Pride, written by Alexi Kaye Campbell, at the Lucille Lortel Theatre in New York City.The off-Broadway production was directed by Joe Mantello and co-starred Ben Whishaw and Andrea Riseborough.
In 1999, Dancy played the role of Danny, who had a fleeting romance with Rachel, one of the show's main characters, in the second series of Cold Feet.
In 2002, Dancy played Daniel Deronda in the BBC's adaptation of George Eliot's novel Daniel Deronda.
He is put in River's room and told that he must help around the house and work with Dylan on his newest documentary about a Russian ballerina named Tatiana (Lydia Haug).
Five years ago Hugh Dancy was being touted as the new Hugh Grant: same floppy fringe, same self-deprecating Englishness and ability to charm the ladies.
The 37-year-old, who is set to star over here in glossy and gory TV drama Hannibal, grew up a long way from his current home in Greenwich Village.actress herself."That was a scary thing…That was really hard," she explained during an Sirius XM interview with Howard Stern when asked how she handled the criticism from the public over the 2003 revelation."But it's okay, I went through it."She continued, "I was just in love with him and needed to explore that and I was 24…I didn't quite know what those consequences would be."Danes, who is now married to Hugh Dancy, admitted that it's all water under the bridge."We're friendly, we're friends."Danes and Dancy welcomed a son named Cyrus back in December 2012 and the actress recently got candid about experiencing motherhood for the very first time."Being a mum is incredibly challenging, but we still feel a pressure to talk about it in very romantic terms.
And it's not just that," Danes told Harper's Bazaar U.Currently, he hosts BBC2’s improvisation show Fast And Loose and Radio 4’s long-running satirical series The Now Show.Celebrities are just like us -- occasionally, they too develop crushes on their co-workers.This is still wrong." The driver then asks Parker to refrain from swearing at him, but she continued shouting until she was kicked out of the taxi.Hugh Michael Horace Dancy (born 19 June 1975) is an English actor and model.At age 18, he acted in the Winchester College Players production of Twelfth Night, which was performed in both Winchester and at the Minack Theatre in Cornwall.