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Born: December 19, 1963 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: United Kingdom Profession: Cast ...
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Raised in Neath, South Wales
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Attended RADA
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Worked on stage in England and Scotland
1984:
Early theater credit, "The Orphan" at the Greenwich Theatre
1984:
Spent a season with the Glasgow Citizens Theatre
1986:
Feature film debut in Julien Temple's "Absolute Beginners"
1988:
Had small role in the epic adaptation of Dickens' "Little Dorrit"
1990:
First major film role, Theo Van Gogh in Robert Altman's "Vincent & Theo"
1990:
American TV debut, "Tumbledown" (aired on A&E)
1990:
Appeared in "Bent" at the Royal National Theatre
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Starred as Thomas de Quincy in BBC biopic "The Opium Eaters"
1992:
Cast as Sydney Chaplin in Richard Attenborough's biopic "Chaplin"
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Co-starred with Alan Bates in BBC drama "102 Boulevard Haussman" by Alan Bennett
1994:
Co-starred in the Donmar staging of Noel Coward's "Design for Living"
1995:
Starred in miniseries "Gallowglass" shown on PBS' "Masterpiece Theatre"
1995:
Cast as Simon Templar in BBC Radio 4 production of "The Saint"; first time character was featured on radio in over 50 years
1997:
Supported Ian Holm in the National Theatre staging of "King Lear"; reprised role of Edgar in 1998 TV adaptation
1997:
Appeared in the acclaimed Channel 4 miniseries "A Dance to the Music of Time"
1997:
Played the younger incarnation of A E H Houseman in the stage premiere of Tom Stoppard's "The Invention of Love"
1998:
Had featured role in the Cannes-screened "Love Lies Bleeding"
1999:
Portrayed "Hamlet" at the Young Vic in London; later toured Japan in the role
2000:
Had supporting role in the Channel 4 miniseries adaptation of "Anna Karenina"
2001:
Played leading role of a successful barrister accused of raping a colleague in the two-part British TV drama "The Innocent" (Yorkshire Television)
2001:
Had leading role in the BBC adaptation of "The Cazelet Chronicle"
2001:
Undertook villainous role in the feature film "From Hell"

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