Joseph Mawle is an English on-screen character. Mawle is best referred for his parts as Jesus Christ in ‘The Passion’, and Benjen Stark in ‘Game of Thrones’. Mawle was conceived in Oxford and experienced childhood in a Victorian home on a homestead outside Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire. His mom was an educator and his dad Richard, still ranches the area. Mawle is among the three kids from a family with a background marked by nine eras of cultivating in Warwickshire.
He went to the Croft private academy on the edges of Stratford-upon-Avon and was analyzed as extremely dyslexic and subsequently, he went from the age of 13 years to 16 years, at a live-in school for unique needs. He left the school at the age of 16, to end up as a performing artist. He, However, he contracted Labyrinthitis, abandoning him 70 for every penny, hearing-debilitated in the upper register and also with tinnitus. Mawle convinced the chief of the neighborhood school at Stratford-upon-Avon to give him a chance to think about for a BTEC in expressions while doing a group of employments, for example, ﬁtness educator and dish washing. Mawle did an own production of Solo Hamlet and also performed for the theater company known as the Box Clever. He learned at the Bristol Old Vic's theater school and graduated from there in 2002. He studied there with a scholarship.
Around the same time, he showed up in the TV adverts of Irish Hurling for Guinness. Mawle exited with no operators and functioned as a collaborator in a unique needs school in 2002. He handled his ﬁrst significant part in a 2003 generation of ‘Troilus and Cressida’. He played the role of Troilus for Shakespeare, at the Tobacco plant. He also worked at the Nuﬃeld Theater, in Hamlet and the Royal Exchange Manchester's creation of ‘Antony and Cleopatra’ in 2005.
His execution in the TV ﬁlm ‘Soundproof’ in 2006, where a deaf performer was required for the lead part, was the one that had the biggest impact. This performance bagged him a nomination for an award for RTS Breakthrough on Screen. Mawle has appeared in various British TV creations since then, including Channel 4's gay dramatization, ‘Clapham Junction’ and in ‘Dunkirk’. He also performed in ‘Persuasion’. He featured as Jesus, in 2008, in ‘The Passion’, and as a visitor star in the episode "Broken Souls" of the series ‘Foyle's War’ scene.
In 2008, he came back to the theater by performing at the Almeida Theater, in ‘The Last Days of Judas Iscariot’, which was coordinated by Rupert Goold. The Evening Standard Theatre Awards recorded him for the Outstanding Newcomer Award. He was also selected for his execution as Judas, in WhatsOnStage Theater Choice Awards for Best Newcomer. He was seen in ﬁlms like ‘Nineteen Eighty’ and ‘
Heartless’ in 2009. He was also a part of the movie ‘Freefall’.
He featured in the fourth episode of ‘The Street’. He also performed in ‘End of Love’ in 2010 and was also seen in the short ﬁlm ‘Sometimes The Moon Is Velvet’. He likewise showed up in Agatha Christie's ‘Murder on the Orient Express’, ‘Five Daughters’, ‘
Made in Dagenham’ featuring
Sally Hawkins and in ‘Dive’. Mawle likewise also featured with
Rosamund Pike in ‘Women in Love’.
Mawle's role as Benjen Stark in ‘Game of Thrones’, Season 1, was one of the most noticed roles that he did. He was also highlighted in The Horrible Crowes music video "Behold the Hurricane" in 2011. He showed up in a few 2012 ventures including the Working Title generation of the acclaimed novel Birdsong, the
Tim Burton created, ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’. He also performed in the ﬁlms "
The Cold Light Of Day", and ‘Shell’.