Aidan Gillen (born 24 April 1968 in Dublin) is an Irish film, television and theatre actor.
He studied at St Dublin high school. Vincent’s C. B. S. acting Career began at the age of 16 years, speaking in the adaptation of a Midsummer night’s Dream ” in the local youth theater. Subsequently moved to London, where since the late 80’s. he began to play on the stages of local theaters. On TV, he made his debut in a 1985 episodic performance in the short film the Drip. Two years later, alongside Maggie Smith, he co-starred in The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne. Since the early 90’s. he began appearing regularly on British TV series. In 1996, he was cast in the lead role (alongside Helen Mirren) in the American-Irish drama spiral of violence.
Popularity brought him the role of Stuart Jones in the British series Queer as Folk, for which he was nominated for the British Academy Television Awards. In 2003-2004, he performed on Broadway in the play the Caretaker Harold Pinter. For this role in 2004 he received a nomination for the Tony award in the category of best supporting actor. In 2009, for his role in Almost street received the main Irish film award IFTA for actor in the role of mostly television production. For the second time, he received the award three years later for his performance in the Irish crime series Love/Hate. Since 2011 acts as Petyr “Littlefinger” Baileys in the series Game of Thrones / HBO.