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Born: November 5, 1960 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Grand Budapest Hotel, The (2014)
Legendary hotel concierge Gustave H. and trusted lobby boy Zero Moustafa become embroiled in a battle over a priceless painting and a family fortune.
2.
Snowpiercer (2014)
In a new Ice Age, Earth's last human survivors inhabit a train where the poor endure brutal conditions and the wealthy bask in opulence.
3.
Only Lovers Left Alive (2013)
Human blood has been tainted. Centuries old vampire lovers Adam and Eve need safe blood from hospitals to survive. Their survival is also threatened by Adam's reckless younger sister.
4.
Zero Theorem, The (2013)
A computer programmer is being manipulated by a powerful organization as he works on a theory to explain the meaning of life.
5.
Moonrise Kingdom (2012)
When two adolescents fall in love and run away, the residents of their New England town are convinced that they've disappeared and go in search of them.
6.
Climate of Change (2010)
"We are the renters of this world, not its masters," reminds Pooshkar, a precocious 13-year-old member of a youth environmental defense group in India. He and his fellow voraciously energetic students actively rally against the use of plastics. In Africa, a renaissance man teaches citizens to harnes
7.
Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, The (2010)
When Lucy and Edmund Pensive, along with their cousin Eustace, are swallowed into a painting and transported back to Narnia, they join King Caspian aboard the ship The Dawn Treader on a mission to save Narnia.
8.
Limits of Control, The (2009)
A mysterious outlaw attempts to complete a criminal job in Spain.
9.
I Am Love (2009)
Various passions are released in a wealthy Milanese family when the patriarch names both his son and grandson as successors to his empire.
10.
Derek (2008)
A cinematic journey that illuminates the work and enduring importance of the late director Derek Jarman.
11.
Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The (2008)
Benjamin Button is a man who is born in his eighties and ages backwards: a man who's unable to stop time. From 1918 into the 21st century, this is the grand tale of a not so ordinary man and the people and places he discovers along the way.
12.
Burn After Reading (2008)
At the headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency in Arlington, Va., analyst Osbourne Cox arrives for a top-secret meeting. Unfortunately for Cox, the secret is soon out: he is being ousted. Cox does not take the news particularly well and returns to his Georgetown home to work on his memoirs and his drinking, not necessarily in that order. His wife Katie is dismayed, though not particularly surprised; she is already well into an illicit affair with Harry Pfarrer, a married federal marshal, and sets about making plans to leave Cox for Harry. Elsewhere in the Washington D.C. suburbs, and seemingly worlds apart, Hardbodies Fitness Centers employee Linda Litzke can barely concentrate on her work. She is consumed with her life plan for extensive cosmetic surgery, and confides her mission to can-do colleague Chad Feldheimer. Linda is all but oblivious to the fact that the gym's manager Ted Treffon pines for her even as she arranges dates via the Internet with other men. When a computer disc containing material for the CIA analyst's memoirs accidentally falls into the hands of Linda and Chad, the duo are intent on exploiting their find. As Ted frets, "No good can come of this," events spiral out of everyone's and anyone's control, in a cascading series of encounters.
13.
Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, The (2008)
One year later, the Kings and Queens of Narnia find themselves back in that faraway wondrous realm, only to discover that more than 1,300 years have passed in Narnian time. During their absence, the Golden Age of Narnia has become extinct and Narnia has been conquered by the Telmarines and is now un
14.
Julia (2008)
A woman finds herself in trouble when she tries to extort money using a young boy as bait.
15.
Manufacturing Dissent (2007)
In the realm of documentary filmmaking there is no greater icon than Michael Moore, perhaps the most controversial filmmaker of our time; many, even those on the left, argue he's more propagandist than documentarian, asking at what point does the manipulation of fact become a work of fiction?
16.
Michael Clayton (2007)
Michael Clayton is an in-house "fixer" at one of the largest corporate law firms in New York. At the behest of the firm's co-founder Marty Bach, Clayton, a former prosecutor from a family of cops, takes care of Kenner, Bach & Ledeen's dirtiest work. Clayton cleans up clients' messes, handling anything from hit-and-runs and damaging stories in the press to shoplifting wives and crooked politicians. Though burned out and discontented in his job, Clayton is inextricably tied to the firm. At the agrochemical company U/North, the career of in-house chief counsel Karen Crowder rests on the settlement of the suit that Kenner, Bach & Ledeen is leading to a seemingly successful conclusion. When the firm's top litigator, the brilliant Arthur Edens, has an apparent breakdown and tries to sabotage the entire case, Marty Bach sends Michael Clayton to tackle this unprecedented disaster and, in doing so, Clayton comes face to face with the reality of who he has become.
17.
Strange Culture (2007)
Artist and college professor Steve Kurtz was preparing for a MASS MoCA exhibition that lets audiences test whether food has been genetically modified when, days before the opening, his wife tragically died of heart failure. Distraught, Kurtz called 911, but when medics arrived, they became suspiciou
18.
Deep Water (2006)
The voyage of Donald Crowhurst, one of the nine yachtsmen who joined a 1969 "London Times"-sponsored competition to make a highly publicized solo trip around the world. Crowhurst, a former engineer, but hardly the most experienced sailor, attempted this feat in a boat that he designed himself. A few
19.
Stephanie Daley (2006)
When unassuming teenager Sephanie Daley is accused of concealing her pregnancy, murdering her newborn and then abandoning it, forensic psychologist Lydie Crane, who's pregnant, is hired to determine the truth behind Stephanie's state of denial.
20.
Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, The (2005) as Jadis, The White Witch
Four young adventurers playing hide-and-seek in the country home of an old professor stumble upon an enchanted wardrobe that will take them places they never dreamed. Stepping through the wardrobe door, they are whisked out of World War II London into the spectacular parallel universe known as Narni
21.
Broken Flowers (2005) as Cast
The resolutely single Don has just been dumped by his latest lover, Sherry. Don yet again resigns himself to being alone and left to his own devices. Instead, he is compelled to reflect on his past when he receives by mail a mysterious pink letter. It is from an anonymous former lover and informs hi
22.
Constantine (2005) as Gabriel
John Constantine has been to hell and back. Born with a gift he didn't want, the ability to clearly recognize the half-breed angels and demons that walk the earth in human skin, Constantine was driven to take his own life to escape the tormenting clarity of his vision. But he failed. Resuscitated ag
23.
In the Company of Women (2004)
Chronicles and celebrates the contributions of women to independent film over the last two decades. With the help of plentiful clips, critics and artists describe a cinematic phenomenon fueled by the rising influence of feminism. Beginning in the 1980s, Lizzie Borden, Susan Seidelman, and Nancy Savo
24.
Young Adam (2003) as Ella
The crisis of Joe--a young drifter who finds work on a barge owned by the down-to-earth Les and his enigmatic wife Ella. One afternoon Joe and Les happen upon the corpse of a young woman floating in the water and the questions begin. Accident? Suicide? Murder? As the police investigate the case and
25.
Statement, The (2003) as Annemarie Livi
Set in modern day France, the story of Pierre Brossard who, as a young man, was a Nazi executioner under the Vichy regime. Brossard has never been brought to trial and has lived a peaceful and anonymous life, sheltered by right-wing elements within the Catholic Church. A new investigation into his c
26.
Teknolust (2002) as Rosetta Stone/Ruby/Marine/Olive
Anxious to use artificial intelligence to improve the world, Rosetta Stone, a bio-geneticist, devises a recipe through which she can download her own DNA into a "live" brew she is growing in her computer. She succeeds in breeding three beings (Self Replicating Automatons - S.R.A.'s) that are part hu
27.
Adaptation. (2002) as Valerie [Thomas]
Despite the success of his first produced script, "Being John Malkovich," for which he received an Academy Award nomination for best original screenplay, Charlie Kaufman is plagued by insecurities, both in his career and his personal life. When he is hired to adapt "The Orchid Thief," a nonfiction b
28.
Deep End, The (2001) as Margaret Hall
A woman's life gets out of hand as she tries to keep her son from being found connected to a murder.
29.
Vanilla Sky (2001) as Rebecca Dearborn
A young playboy is disfigured in a car accident. Ashamed, the man uses his money to reconstruct his face. Although the procedure appears to be successful, he begins to have nightmares that hint that all in his world is not as it seems.
30.
Dilapidated Dwelling, The (2000) as Narrator
A fictional researcher returns from the Arctic after a 20-year absence to find that though the UK is one of the most electronic of the advanced economies, its houses are the most dilapidated in Western Europe. She uncovers a serious fault of capitalism--how affordable, energy-efficient dwellings are
31.
Possible Worlds (2000) as Joyce
George Barber is, if nothing else, dead - of gruesome, unnatural causes. While police detective Berkley and his assistant Williams set out to unravel the mystery, we glimpse various permutations of George's lives and relationships with Joyce. As George puts it, "Each of us exists in an infinite numb
32.
Beach, The (2000) as Sal
An American traveler in Thailand is given a map to a secret island inhabited by marijuana farmers and a small group living in a quasi-utopian society.
33.
War Zone, The (1999) as Mum
About a 15 year old's coming of age story, when he's forced to leave his friends and move to a new city with this disfunctional family.
34.
Protagonists, The (1999)
In 1994, two public schoolboys carried out a grissly and apparently motiveless murder of a waiter in the Kings Cross area of London. Here, the murder is reconstructed piece by piece and interviews with the police and the victim's family and friends attempt to understand the this act of brutality.
35.
Love Is the Devil (1998) as Muriel Belcher
One of the 20th century's greatest painters, Francis Bacon (1909-1992), was at the height of his celebrity during London's swinging '60s. Bacon, however, a fiercely cruel artist suffers from the malady of obsession: his passion for his work is nearly exceeded by his obsession with George Dyer--a dar
36.
Conceiving Ada (1997) as Ada Byron King--Countess Of Lovelace
An imagined biography of Lady Ada Lovelace, daughter of Romantic poet Lord Byron, and mathematics genius who developed what became the world's first computer language 100 years before computers. Ada's life story is told through a contemporary computer scientist named Emmy Coer who is obsessed with d
37.
Female Perversions (1996) as Evelyn "Eve" Stephens
Eve Stephens is a high-powered prosecutor who is about to reach a professional peak with her imminent appointment to the bench. Though Eve appears to have an exemplary life--perfect job, perfect lover, perfect car, perfect home--beneath her exquisitely groomed surface is a woman plagued by doubt and
38.
Glitterbug (1994) as Herself
A visually lyrical Super-8 diary charting filmmaker Derek Jarman's personal and professional life from the 1970s and early 80s.
39.
Remembrance of Things Fast (1994)
The juxtaposition of gay self-perception with the view from the "outside world."
40.
Blue (1993) as Voice
Suffering from AIDS, British filmmaker Derek Jarman lays bare his physical, personal, mental, and spiritual state in a narration over a blue screen whose only images are those produced by your own retina: orange squares, flashes, and shadows.
41.
Wittgenstein (1993) as Lady Ottoline Morrell
A humorous portrait of Austrian-born British philosopher Ludwig Josef Johan Wittgenstein (1889-1951).
42.
Man to Man (1992) as Ella/ Max Gericke
During the Third Reich, a vaguely deranged German widow assumes her husband's sex and job and decides to live out her life as a man.
43.
Orlando (1992) as Orlando
An immortal noble experiences four centuries of sexual politics.
44.
Garden, The (1991) as Madonna
A meditation on mortality and the AIDS crisis.
45.
Derek Jarman: A Portrait (1991) as Herself
An intimate portrait of acclaimed British filmmaker Derek Jarman who died of complications from AIDS on February 19, 1994.
46.
Party: Nature Morte, The (1991) as Queenie
A yuppie couple's relationship reaches the point of crisis.
47.
Edward II (1991) as Queen Isabella
A biography, based on the Christopher Marlowe play, of Britain's only acknowledged gay monarch (1307-1327), whose preference for his male lover over his queen created conflict with his barons and eventually led to civil war.
48.
War Requiem (1989) as The Nurse
The experiences of poet Wilfred Owen during World War I set to the music of Benjamin Britten.
49.
Last of England, The (1988)
A striking vision of a doomed England using home movies, Super 8 film and voice over narration.
50.
Aria (1987) as Young Girl ("Louise")
51.
Melancholia (1986)
An expatriate German artist living in London, once active in student politics, is called upon by a former acquaintance to assassinate a South American doctor known to have tortured a political activist.
52.
Play Me Something (1986) as Hairdresser
A group of travelers waiting for a flight are entertained by a storyteller.
53.
Caravaggio (1986) as Lena
54.
Friendship's Death (1986) as Friendship
The relationship between a British journalist and a female alien who misses her intended destination of MIT, landing instead in Amman, Jordan during "Black September" of 1970.

Writer (feature film)

55.
Derek (2008)
A cinematic journey that illuminates the work and enduring importance of the late director Derek Jarman.

Producer (feature film)

56.
I Am Love (2009)
Various passions are released in a wealthy Milanese family when the patriarch names both his son and grandson as successors to his empire.
57.
Derek (2008)
A cinematic journey that illuminates the work and enduring importance of the late director Derek Jarman.
58.
Stephanie Daley (2006)
When unassuming teenager Sephanie Daley is accused of concealing her pregnancy, murdering her newborn and then abandoning it, forensic psychologist Lydie Crane, who's pregnant, is hired to determine the truth behind Stephanie's state of denial.

Editing (feature film)

59.
Derek (2008)
A cinematic journey that illuminates the work and enduring importance of the late director Derek Jarman.

Cast (special)

60.
Hamlet (1993) as Voice Of Ophelia
An animated special based on Shakespeare's "Hamlet." The tormented Prince of Denmark is surrounded by deception and wracked by doubts after his father dies and his mother marries his uncle.

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