Hugh Mitchell Biography
Hugh Mitchell (born as Hugh William Mitchell) is an English television and film actor best remembered for his portrayal as Colin Creevey in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Other significant film performances include co-starring alongside fellow English actor Max Irons in the television drama The White Queen as Richard Welles.
How old is Hugh Mitchell? – Age
He was born on 7 September 1989 in Winchester, Hampshire, England, UK. He is 33 years as of 2022.
Where did Hugh Mitchell go to school? – Education
Mitchell attended The Pilgrims’ School in Winchester from 1999 to 2003, following which he transferred to the King Edward VI School in Southampton. Before enrolling at Peter Symonds College, he attended there from 2003 to 2006.
Hugh Mitchell – Family
Joanna and Catherine, the actress from The Da Vinci Code, have two sisters. The rest of his family is unknown.
Hugh Mitchell Height
He is 5ft 8 (172.7 cm) tall.
What is Hugh’s Salary?
His salary is under review.
Hugh Net Worth
He receives a predicted net worth of 1.5 million.
Hugh Mitchell Movies and Television Shows – Career
Mitchell first appeared on the big screen in 2002, in the films Nicholas Nickleby and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Over the course of his career, he has appeared in a number of films and television programs, as listed below.
- 2002 – Nicholas Nickleby as Young Nicholas Nickleby
- 2002 – Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets as Colin Creevey
- 2003 – Interviews with Students (documentary) as Himself
- 2003 – Henry VIII as Prince Edward
- 2003 – Wondrous Oblivion as Hargreaves
- 2003 – State of Mind as Adam Watson
- 2005 – Beneath the Skin as Josh Hintlesham
- 2005 – Tom Brown’s School Days as Ron Green
- 2006 – Judge John Deed as Macdonald Brock in “Lost Youth”
- 2006 – The Da Vinci Code as Young Silas
- 2007 – Waking the Dead Mark Lennon in “Double Bind: Part 1” and “Double Bind: Part 2”
- 2009 – Tormented as Tim
- 2010 – Life of Riley as Ben in “Crazy”
- 2012 – Parade’s End as Bennett 2nd Lieutenant in “Episode #1.5”
- 2012 – The Last Weekend: Behind the Scenes (documentary) as Himself
- 2012 – The Last Weekend as Archie in Episodes #1.1 and #2.3
- 2013 – Whitechapel as William Tierney Clarke in “Episode #4.4”
- 2013 – The White Queen as Richard Welles in “The Storm” and “The Price of Power”
- 2015 – Holby City as Teddy Framton in Series 17:31 Lifelines“
- 2016 – Wallander as Pontus Ericsson in “Series 4:2 A Lesson in Love”