Joseph Mawle Net Worth, Career, Early And Personal Life

An English actor, Joseph Mawle, came to prominence with the “Benjen Stark” role in one of the highly- acclaimed fantasy drama series to date, “Games of Thrones.” And his role in several TV series and films, along with his role in the TV series “Ripper Street,” contributed to his career.

Family Background

Joseph Daniel Turner Mawle was born in Oxford, England, on 21st March 1974. He belongs to a family with having a history of farming, nine generations of his family were doing farming on the land in Warwickshire. He has two siblings, and all three of them grew up in a Victorian manor house near Warwickshire.


Joseph Mawle went to Croft prep school, located on the outskirts of Strat-upon-Avon. He was dyslexia and had struggled academically. So, he went to a boarding school for children with special needs. Later he was contracted with tinnitus and labyrinthitis, which took 70 percent of healing powers. Further, he studied BETC in performing arts from Stanford-upon-Avon college. He washed dishes plates in restaurants and worked as a fitness instructor, along with his college studies. Afterward, he was offered a scholarship at Bristol Old Vic’s theatre school to study acting.

The career beginnings of Joseph Mawle

Joseph dropped out of Bristol Old Vic Theatre School after just completing one year there in order to take a position as a temporary assistant at a school for kids with special needs. In the television series “Sir Gadabout, the Worst Knight in the Land” in 2002, he made his debut as an actor. Two years later, in 2004, he appeared with Timothy Dalton, Simon Russell Beale, and Clive Brunt in the historical drama television film “Dunkirk.” Both of these roles were in front of the camera. After that, he had roles in the drama films “Persuasion” (2007), “Freefall” (2009), and “Five Daughters” (2010), all of which were based on the killings of five young women in Ipswich in 2006. “Persuasion” was a romantic drama film, while “Freefall” was a television drama film.

Rise to Prominence

He was offered one of the most prominent roles till now, as Benjen Stark in 2011. He appeared in six episodes of a fantasy drama series, “Games of Thrones,” as Benjen Stark. These six episodes of the highly-acclaimed series made him star. Later he performed a supporting role in “The Cold Light of Day,” then was featured in “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,” and was starred in “Shell,” which landed him with a nomination in BAFTA Film Awards. Then he did appear in several more films like “The Halloween” and “Man Divided.”

The most notable works of Joseph Mawle

Mawle initially gained considerable recognition for his amazing performance in the made-for-television film Soundproof, which was released in 2006. To play the character of the protagonist, the actor needed to be deaf. A candidature for the RTS Breakthrough on Screen award was submitted for him based on his performance as the film’s protagonist in 2007. After that, ensemble members went on to star in films and television shows such as Dunkirk, Persuasion, and Clapham Junction, as well as the BBC and HBO miniseries The Passion (2008).

Mawle, an excellent actor on the stage, has been in various films and television shows in 2009 and 2010, including Philip Ridley’s Heartless, the BBC series Five Daughters, and Sometimes the Moon Is Velvet, which is a crowd favourite at film festivals. After making an appearance in the Game of Thrones pilot in 2008, it took Mawles an additional six seasons before he could resume his role as Benjen Stark in 2011. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, directed by Tim Burton, and The Cold Light of Day, starring Bruce Willis, are two films Mawle was credited for in 2019. After then, Mawle unearthed a priceless relic. In October of that year, it was reported that he would be a part of the cast for The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, which Amazon will produce. The character of Adar, played by Mawle, has been noticeably absent from all of the advertising materials for the series.

Interesting facts about Joseph Mawle

  • Even as a child, he was always interested in performing on stage.
  • As a stage performer, he cut his teeth in the world of the arts.
  • Acting was one of the subjects that he studied at the famous Briston Old Vic Theatre School.
  • After receiving a diagnosis of severe dyslexia, he decided to leave his rural background and enrol in a boarding school that specialises in teaching students with reading difficulties.

Net Worth

He became a quite popular actor from the time he started his career. His increased success has added a large margin to his wealth. As per the sources, his estimated net worth is $500,000.

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Personal Life

The actor is not so open about his personal life. He does not prefer sharing his private affairs. But a few details that surfaced about him states he is focusing on his career and is currently single.

Nominations And Awards of Joseph Mawle 

Joseph has put a lot of effort into his cinematic career, but to this point, he has not been recognised for his efforts with any awards or honours. Mawle received two Oscar nominations as a direct consequence of his outstanding job in the film industry. Because of his role in the movie Birdsong (2012), Joseph was considered for a nomination for a British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award in the category of Best Supporting Actor in 2012. Mawle’s performance in the movie Soundproof earned him a nomination for a Television Award from the Royal Television Society. In the movie Soundproof, where we most recently saw Mawle, he played the role of Dean Whittingham.

Social Media Presence

Joseph Mawle isn’t very active on social media, but he recently has started his Instagram page. His Instagram handle has 320 followers as of now. He has shared pictures of himself from the sets. The actor does not have accounts on other social media platforms.

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