JONATHAN PRYCE (Cardinal
Houseman) is a highly renowned actor who has starred on stage
as well as in major films. Born in North Wales, he attended the
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London after winning a scholarship
and made his stage debut in Liverpool at the Everyman Theatre.
He went on to star onstage in "Comedians" in London
and went to Broadway in 1976 in the same role for which he won
a Tony Award for Best Supporting Actor.
Pryce made his film debut in Voyage of the Damned and went
on to appear in the films Breaking Glass, Loophole, The Ploughman's
Lunch, Brazil, The Doctor and the Devils, Haunted Honeymoon, Jumpin'
Jack Flash, Something Wicked This Way Comes, The Adventures of
Baron Munchausen, The Rachel Papers, Glengarry Glen Ross, The
Age of Innocence, Evita, Regeneration, Tomorrow Never Dies and
Ronin, among others. He won the Best Actor Award at the
Cannes Film Festival in 1995 for Carrington and won a second
Tony Award on Broadway in the 1991 production of "Miss Saigon."
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