‘Ragdoll’: 5 things you didn't know about Henry Lloyd-Hughes

Detectives try to investigate the deaths of six persons whose remains were dissected and sewed together to form a vile body known as the Ragdoll


                            ‘Ragdoll’: 5 things you didn't know about Henry Lloyd-Hughes
Henry Lloyd-Hughes, Lucy Hale and Thalissa Teixeira in 'Ragdoll' (Instagram @matineeidle)
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This six-part original series from the award-winning makers of 'Killing Eve' is captivating and terrifying, with comparable mind-blowing storyline surprises, compelling characters, and dark humor. Henry Lloyd-Hughes, Thalassa Teixeira, and Lucy Hale star in the action-packed criminal thriller 'Ragdoll,' in which they portray investigators on the hunt for a deeply disturbed serial murderer.

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The Detectives try to piece together the case of the Ragdoll Killer, who has murdered six victims and sewed their remains together to form a single horrific body known as the 'Ragdoll'. The thriller's twists and turns keep our blood pounding and our hearts racing.

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Henry Lloyd-Hughes

The British actor portrays DS Nathan Rose, who has recently been restored to the London Metropolitan Police and is assigned to the horrible case in Ragdoll.
Lloyd-Hughes, the son of actress Lucy Appleby and Timothy Lloyd-Hughes, a long-time senior executive at Deutsche Bank, was born in the United Kingdom in 1985. Henry has two younger brothers, record executive Theo Lloyd-Hughes and actor Ben Lloyd-Hughes.

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Lloyd-Hughes made his television debut in 2004 on the show 'Murphy's Law,' before starring as Roger Davies in the 2005 film 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.' In 2007, he co-starred with Tom Hiddleston in Joanna Hogg's film 'Unrelated.' he has appeared in numerous theatre productions, including 'Rope,' 'The Miracle,' 'Punk Rock,' and 'The Changeling'. In 2012, he performed as Dimitri Mitropoulos in the Duke of York's Theatre production of Posh. In 2018 he voices Flynn Fairwind in 'World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth.' In the Netflix series The 'Irregulars,' he portrayed Sherlock Holmes in 2021. According to sources, his estimated net worth in 2022 is $3 million. 

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Lucy Hale

Lucy Hale is an actress, singer, and producer.  Her dramatic on-screen performances in some of the most talked-about productions in cinema and television have caught the attention of millions. Past television appearances include the main character in the HBO Max/CW series 'Katy Keene' and the massively successful 'Pretty Little Liars.'  She co-produced the forthcoming films'Borrego' and 'The Hating Game,' as well as 'Big Gold Brick,' starring Andy Garcia, Oscar Isaac, and Megan Fox. Lucy has received several honors for her work, including the People's Choice Awards, Teen Choice Awards, and the Gracie Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Rising Star.

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Thalissa Teixeira

Thalissa Teixeira is an actor and filmmaker of British-Brazilian descent. She started her career in theatre and was nominated for an Ian Charleson Award before starring in the miniseries titled 'Trigonometry'. She was named a Screen International Star of Tomorrow for the year 2021.

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Thalissa Teixeira in Ragdoll (IMDb)

 

Michael Smiley

Michael Smiley is a comedian and actor from Northern Ireland. Smiley is most known for his performances in the films 'The Other Boleyn Girl', 'Kill List', and 'The Lobster'. Michael worked as a cycling courier before moving into the entertainment industry, where he established a reputation as a stand-up comedian.

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Natasha Little

Natasha has played Edith Thompson in the film 'Another Life,' Lady Caroline Langbourne in the BBC miniseries 'The Night Manager,' and Christina Moxam in the BBC miniseries 'Thirteen.'

Henry Lloyd-Hughes and Thalissa Teixeira in Ragdoll(IMDb)

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Other cast members

Ali Cook, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Angus Wright, Amita Dhiri, Phil Davis, Camilla Beeput, Douggie McMeekin, Samantha Spiro, and Sam Troughton make up the rest of the cast.

Henry Lloyd-Hughes, Lucy Hale and Thalissa Teixeira in 'Ragdoll' (Instagram @matineeidle)

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The serial killer thriller 'Ragdoll' will premiere on AMC at 10 pm ET/PT on Monday, February 28, 2022.