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Born: December 1, 1961 Cause of Death:
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Raised in Cambridge and Bristol, England
1988:
Early TV credits, acting in a remake of "Suspicion" (aired in USA on PBS' "American Playhouse") and a British TV remake of the World War I drama "Journey's End"
1989:
Understudied, than replaced, Daniel Day-Lewis in the title role of the National Theatre production of "Hamlet"
1990:
Starred in the West End production of "The Voysey Inheritance"; won an Olivier Award as Outstanding Newcomer
1991:
Appeared in the TV drama "A Fatal Inversion"
1992:
Supported Judi Dench and Michael Williams in the Royal Shakespeare Company production of "The Gift of the Gorgon"
1992:
Feature film debut, played Hindley Earnshaw in remake of "Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights"
1993:
Co-starred with Alan Cumming in stage play "La Bete"
1994:
Appeared in RSC productions of "Love's Labour's Lost" and "The Country Wife"
1995:
American film debut as the villainous Jack Devlin opposite Sandra Bullock in "The Net"
1995:
Portrayed the real-life schizophrenic composer Peter Warlock in "Voices From a Locked Room"
1996:
Had leading role as the dashing Mr. Knightly opposite Gwyneth Paltrow in "Emma"
1997:
Starred opposite Mira Sorvino as her scientist-husband battling genetically altered cockroaches in "Mimic"
1998:
Cast as a real estate developer who falls in with a group of free spirits in the British TV-movie "The Tribe"
1999:
Played a gangster in Sidney Lumet's remake of "Gloria", starring Sharon Stone
1999:
Returned to the London stage to play half of a gay couple in "Certain Young Men"
1999:
Portrayed the lawyer representing the title character in David Mamet's remake of "The Winslow Boy"
1999:
Had title role in Oliver Parker's film version of Oscar Wilde's play "An Ideal Husband"
2000:
Co-starred in the Merchant-Ivory adaptation of Henry James' novel "The Golden Bowl"; premiered at Cannes
2001:
Played a government operative investigating a potential spy ring in "Enigma"; screened at Sundance
2001:
Portrayed British actor-composer Ivor Novello in "Gosford Park", director Robert Altman's period mystery
2002:
Cast as a 19th-century poet in "Possession", helmed by Neil LaBute
2003:
Appeared in "The Statement", about a former Nazi executioner
2004:
Starred opposite James Caviezel in "Bobby Jones, Stroke of Genius," based on the life of olf legend Bobby Jones
2005:
Had a supporting role in Michael Winterbottom's "Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story"
2007:
Cast as Thomas More in the Showtime series, "The Tudors"
2007:
Co-starred in "The Invasion," a film based on the 1956 film "Invasion of the Body Snatchers"

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