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King Stephen (Character)
from "The Devil's Crown" (1978)

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Biography:
Stephen of Blois (1096-1154) was king of England from 1135 until his death in 1154... See more »
Alternate Names:
Stephen

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  1. "The Pillars of the Earth"
        - Illumination (2010) TV episode, Played by Tony Curran (as Stephen)
        - New Beginnings (2010) TV episode, Played by Tony Curran (as Stephen)
        - The Work of Angels (2010) TV episode, Played by Tony Curran (as Stephen)
        - Witchcraft (2010) TV episode, Played by Tony Curran (as Stephen)
        - Legacy (2010) TV episode, Played by Tony Curran (as Stephen)
          (4 more)

  2. "Mystery!: Cadfael"
    ... aka "Cadfael" - UK (original title)
        - One Corpse Too Many (1994) TV episode, Played by Michael Grandage

  3. "The Devil's Crown"
        - If All the World Were Mine (1978) TV episode, Played by Frederick Treves

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Quotes:
From "The Pillars of the Earth: Anarchy (#1.1)" (2010)
Stephen: There's Gloucester.
Archbishop: The king's bastard? He will never inherit.
Stephen: There's the king's legitimate daughter, Maud.
Archbishop: A child. And female.
Stephen: Then, I suppose, there's me. But I'm only the king's nephew.
Archbishop: And... grandson of William the Conqueror. This shipwreck puts you in direct line to the throne, my good Stephen, which we will support when the time comes. Since, unlike the king, you hold the Church in high esteem.
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