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THE MAN IN THE IRON MASK

JEREMY IRONS (Aramis) came to international attention in Charles Sturridge's award- winning television serial Brideshead Revisited, in a performance which garnered the actor nominations for the Emmy Award, the British Academy Award and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor. His stage career includes time as a leading member of the Royal Shakespeare Company, and the Broadway run of Tom Stoppard's "The Real Thing," for which he won the Drama Logue Award and Tony Award for Best Actor. Following acclaimed performances in The French Lieutenant's Woman, Moonlighting, Betrayal, Swann in Love and The Mission, Irons's starring role as twin doctors in David Cronenberg's Dead Ringers earned him a Best Actor Award from the New York Film Critics Circle and a Canadian Genie in 1988. In 1990 he starred opposite Glenn Close, playing Claus Von Bulow in Barbet Schroeder's Reversal of Fortune and was awarded the Academy Award® and the Golden Globe, both for Best Actor. Since then, Irons has appeared in leading roles in Steven Soderbergh's Kafka, Stephen Gyllenhaal's Waterland, Louis Malle's Damage, David Cronenberg's M. Butterfly, Bille August's House of the Spirits and in the international blockbuster Die Hard III, opposite Bruce Willis. For the Disney film The Lion King, Irons provided the voice of Scar, King of the Jungle.

Irons recently starred opposite Liv Tyler in Bernardo Bertolucci's 1996 Stealing Beauty and as Humbert Humbert opposite Melanie Griffith in Adrian Lyne's remake of Lolita. Additionally, he appeared opposite Gong Li in Chinese Box, directed by Wayne Wang. Irons recently completed directing and co-starring with his wife, Sinead Cusack, in Mirad, A Boy From Bosnia. The television production for the UK's Channel 4 is a drama by the Dutch playwright Ad De Bont.

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