Rupert Everett Biography
A true British acting talent, Rupert Everett has attained international stardom due to a body of work, which includes a memorable array of both comedic and dramatic film roles. Everett has performed on screen in a variety of outstanding films which include: Marek Kanievska's Another Country; Richard Eyre's Stage Beauty; John Madden's Shakespeare In Love; Nicholas Hytner's The Madness Of King George; Matthew Vaughn's Stardust; David Kellogg's Inspector Gadget; Michael Hoffman's A Midsummer Night's Dream; Oliver Parker's An Ideal Husband and The Importance Of Being Earnest.
Throughout his career Rupert Everett has won critical acclaim and gained both Golden Globe® and BAFTA nominations, most famously, for his performance as Julia Roberts' confidant in My Best Friend's Wedding. Rupert also starred in Wild Target, the St Trinian's films and lent his voice as Prince Charming in the box office animated hits Shrek 2 and Shrek 3. For 2012, he will also feature in the upcoming 3-D animated motion picture Justin And The Knights Of Valor, with Antonio Banderas and Saoirse Ronan.
Rupert Everett has simultaneously built up an impressive theatre career which has seen him work with many renowned directors and actors, including a critically acclaimed performance as 'Henry Higgins' in the West End production of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion. In addition to his film and theatre work, Everett has turned his talented hand to documentaries with the series, The Scandalous Adventures of Lord Byron, and The Victorian Sex Explorer, for Channel Four. He also explored his ancestors in the BBC's Who Do You Think You Are. Most recently he starred as 'Judge Hope' in Charlie Brooker's controversial, dark, satirical drama series Black Mirror.
Everett is an accomplished writer having published two novels and his first autobiography Red Carpets and Other Banana Skins. Currently he is in pre-production writing, producing and directing a movie about the last years of Oscar Wilde's life in Europe, a project in which he will play the starring role. He is also putting the finishing touches to his new, as of yet, untitled autobiography.
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2012, Review by Rich Cline
There's probably a fascinating, complex story behind the invention of the vibrator in 19th century...
2010, Review by Rich Cline
This lively British remake of the 1993 French film is an enjoyable if ultimately too-silly...
2007, Review by Sean O'Connell
The tremendously enchanting Stardust runs on a double dose of star power.Traditional Hollywood stars are...
2005, Review by Nicholas Schager
A film that would be perfectly at home on the BBC or PBS, Julian Fellowes'...
2004, Review by
Two-thirds of the way through the original "Shrek," the quite creatively warped, CGI-animated fairytale fell...
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