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Harry Treadaway (born 10 September 1984; age 39) is an English actor who played Narek in the first season of Star Trek: Picard.

Treadaway was born in Exeter, Devon, England and brought up in Sandford, Devon. He graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) in 2006. His twin brother, Luke Treadaway is also an actor.

The Treadaway twins began their film career in 2005, co-starring in Brothers of the Head. Harry followed this with appearances in films such as Control (2007), The Disappeared (2008), City of Ember (2008), which marked his Hollywood debut, and Fish Tank (2009). He also appeared in an episode of Agatha Christie's Marple and the ITV horror series Afterlife.

In 2012, Treadway co-starred in Cockneys vs Zombies, with Georgia King. The following year, he had a role in The Lone Ranger, alongside Jack Axelrod, J.D. Cullum, James Frain, Brad Greenquist, Randy Oglesby, Leon Rippy and Stephen Root. In the 2018 dark comedy Gringo, Treadaway appeared alongside Alan Ruck. 2020 saw Treadaway lending his voice to the video game Squadron 42, where he was joined in the recording booth by Star Trek: Voyager performer John Rhys-Davies.

On television, from 2014 to 2016, Treadaway starred as Dr. Frankenstein alongside Shazad Latif as Dr. Jekyll in Penny Dreadful created by John Logan. In 2017-18, he co-starred in the first season of Mr. Mercedes, with Scott Lawrence. In 2019, Treadaway played Baronet Roddy Llewellyn in two episodes of Netflix' The Crown.

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