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Award-winning British stage and screen star JONATHAN PRYCE stars as the lead villain -- a worthy successor to Dr
Award-winning British stage and screen star JONATHAN PRYCE
stars as the lead villain -- a worthy successor to Dr. No, Goldfinger
and Ernst Stavro Blofeld -- Elliot Carver .
Pryce most recently garnered international acclaim for his outstanding
portrayal of President Juan Peron in Alan Parker's smash hit musical
Evita, opposite Madonna in the title role.
Pryce is currently filming director John Frankenheimer's "Ronin,"
opposite Robert De Niro, Sean Bean, Stellan Skarsgard and Jean
Reno, for United Artists. He also completed production on "Gillies
McKinnon's Regeneration," portraying Dr. Rivers, which just
opened in London to rave reviews.
His numerous, highly-acclaimed performances include his portrayal
of Lytton Strachey opposite Emma Thompson in the film "Carrington,"
directed by Christopher Hampton, for which he won Best Actor at
the Cannes Film Festival 1995, as well performances in Martin
Scorsese's "The Age of Innocence;" James Foley's "Glengarry
Glen Ross," written by David Mamet, with Al Pacino, Jack
Lemmon, Alec Baldwin and Alan Arkin; and Terry Gilliam's provocative,
award-winning fable, "Brazil."
Pryce's prior film credits include "Consuming Passions,"
"The Adventures of Baron Munchausen," "Haunted
Honeymoon," "Jumpin' Jack Flash," "The Rachel
Papers," "A Business Affair," "Shopping,"
directed Paul Anderson, "Deadly Advice," "Voyage
of the Damned," "Breaking Glass," "Something
Wicked This Way Comes," "The Doctor and the Devils,"
directed by Freddie Francis, and "Ploughman's Lunch."
One of the theatre's most distinguished actors, Pryce was honored
with a Tony Award, an Olivier Award and an Outer Critics Circle
Award for Best Actor for his work in the hit musical "Miss
Born in North Wales, Pryce studied art prior to winning a scholarship
to the Royal Academy for the Dramatic Arts. On graduating he joined
the Liverpool Everyman Theatre Company for an eighteen month season.
This was followed by a season at the Nottingham Playhouse under
the direction of Richard Eyre after which he returned to the Everyman,
Liverpool for a season as Artistic Director.
His countless stage appearances include "Comedians"
by Trevor Griffiths, in which he starred at London's Old Vic,
and subsequently in the New York production directed by Mike Nichols
for which Pryce won his first Tony Award; Royal Shakespeare Company
productions of "The Taming Of The Shrew," "Antony
and Cleopatra" and "Measure For Measure"; "Hamlet"
at the Royal Court; "Tally's Folly" at the Lyric Theatre
Hammersmith opposite Hayley Mills; and "Accidental Death
of an Anarchist" on Broadway with Patti LuPone.
In 1985 he appeared alongside Vanessa Redgrave in "The Seagull'
at the Queens Theatre, directed by Charles Sturridge. He then
rejoined the RSC to play the title role in "Macbeth"
with Sinead Cusack, directed by Adrian Noble. In 1988, Pryce starred
with Michael Gambon in the West End production of "Uncle
Vanya," directed by Michael Blakemore.
The next year he played the lead role of Wallace in the BBC TV
play "The Man From The Pru" with Susannah York and Anna
Massey, directed by Robert Rohrer, followed by "Miss Saigon"
at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane for Cameron Mackintosh, for which
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