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Edward Seymour (Character)
from "The Tudors" (2007)

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The Tudors: :  -- Clip: I suppose you've banished the duke from court
The Tudors: :  -- Clip: On the other hand
The Tudors: :  -- Clip: Dinner conversation
The Tudors: :  -- Clip: All rise for the king
The Tudors: :  -- Clip: Opening credits

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Edward Seymour (Max Charles) Edward Seymour is the brother of Lady Jane Seymour... See more »


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  1. "The Tudors"
        - Death of a Monarchy (2010) TV episode, Played by Max Brown
        - Secrets of the Heart (2010) TV episode, Played by Max Brown
        - As It Should Be (2010) TV episode, Played by Max Brown
        - Sixth and the Final Wife (2010) TV episode, Played by Max Brown
        - You Have My Permission (2010) TV episode, Played by Max Brown
          (16 more)

  2. Henry VIII (2003) (TV) Played by Thomas Lockyer

  3. Henry VIII and His Six Wives (1972) Played by Michael Byrne
  4. "The Six Wives of Henry VIII"
        - Catherine Parr (1970) TV episode, Played by Daniel Moynihan
        - Jane Seymour (1970) TV episode, Played by Daniel Moynihan

  5. Nine Days a Queen (1936) Played by Felix Aylmer
    ... aka "Tudor Rose" - UK (original title)

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From "The Tudors: Death of a Monarchy (#4.10)" (2010)
Charles Brandon: But as to religion, I never read the Gospels and never shall. I'm sure they enlighten you, but I prefer them to remain mysterious. As to the promise of a better world, I can only say that England was merry before, and, all things considered, and with all things as they used to be in times past.
Edward Seymour: Your Grace, if I do not have your support, may I ask if you will act against me?
Charles Brandon: I'm not sure if this is any answer, my Lord Hertford, but I've always been drawn to a phrase used by the French peasants: "Praise the God of all, drink the wine, and let the world be the world."
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