Adaptations by Actor: Dan Stevens

Dan Stevens won fans' hearts with his portrayal of Matthew Crawley on Downton Abbey. See some of the actor's other work relating to literary adaptations below.

And Then There Were None

And Then There Were None e-audiobook

Listen to Stevens narrate and perform character voices for this mystery about 10 strangers lured to a remote location who then start getting killed off. If you enjoy this e-audiobook, Stevens also performs Christie's Murder on the Orient Express, starring sleuth Hercule Poirot. Both titles are available for free with Hoopla and your SJPL library card.

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast DVD

Stevens stars as the Beast in the live-action remake of the animated Disney film shown above. Did you know that the story is based on a French fairy tale? Try reading one or more tellings of this tale from our catalog.

Casino Royale

Casino Royale e-audiobook

Check out this electronic audiobook of Ian Fleming's James Bond story. Should Stevens be the next movie Bond?


X-Men Legacy book cover

David Haller (Stevens) is a man who may have paranoid schizophrenia or mutant powers in Legion, a critically acclaimed drama on FX. Before coming to TV, Haller was first introduced in the comics as part of Marvel's X-men universe, where his many powers are linked to his multiple personalities. Above is a collection of volumes the character has appeared in. Try reading X-Men Legacy: Prodigal for more comics about David.

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