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RUPERT EVERETT will soon be seen in "A Midsummer Night's Dream," starring opposite Kevin Kline and Michelle Pfeiffer, and also "Inspector Gadget" with co-star Matthew Broderick. Currently, he is filming the comedy "The Next Best Thing" opposite Madonna.

Everett received attention and praise for his portrayal as Julia Roberts' best friend in the sleeper hit "My Best Friend's Wedding." The performance won him a Golden Globe nomination as well as both an American Comedy Award and a Blockbuster Entertainment Award in 1997.

In 1994, Everett received attention for his performance as the Prince of Wales in Nicholas Hytner's highly acclaimed "The Madness of King George." He also starred in Robert Altman's "Ready to Wear" alongside Julia Roberts, Tim Robbins, Sophia Loren and Stephen Rea. Additional film credits include Mike Newell's "Dance with a Stranger," Paul Schrader's "The Comfort of Strangers," "The Chronicle of a Death Foretold," "The Man with the Gold Rimmed Glasses" and "A Shocking Incident," winner of an Oscar for Best Short Film. While comedy seems to be his current vein, Everett is also known for his dramatic work both on screen and stage. He first gained recognition for his performance in the 1984 film "Another Country," a role he had originated on the London stage.

At fifteen, he made his way to London to pursue theater. Two years later, Everett joined the avant-garde Citizens Theater Company of Glasgow, where his career in repertory began. Everett most recently appeared on stage in London in Tennessee Williams' "The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore."

Everett is also the author of two novels, "Hello Darling Are You Working?" currently being adapted for the screen, and "The Hairdressers of St. Tropez," now into its third reprint.


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