GARY OLDMAN (Shelly Runyon / Executive Producer) has
earned praise for his performances in a wide variety of film roles.
Born in England, Oldman first gained international
recognition for his portrayal of Sid Vicious in "Sid and Nancy." He
subsequently starred as doomed playwright Joe Orton in Stephen Frears'
"Prick Up Your Ears," for which he earned a BAFTA nomination. His
earlier film work also includes Rosencrantz in "Rosencrantz and
Guildenstern are Dead"; Oliver Stone's "JFK," in which he starred
as Lee Harvey Oswald; and the title role in "Brain Stoker's Dracula,"
directed by Francis Ford Coppola.
Oldman more recently squared off with Harrison Ford in
Wolfgang Petersen's blockbuster "Air Force One." He includes among his
other film credits "Lost in Space," "The Fifth Element,"
"Basquiat," "The Scarlet Letter," "Murder in the
First," "Immortal Beloved," "Romeo Is Bleeding" and
In addition, Oldman has worked extensively on the London
stage, and has won numerous awards for his performances, including the Evening
Behind the camera, Oldman wrote, directed and produced the
1997 film "Nil by Mouth," for which he won BAFTA Awards for Best
British Film and Best Original Screenplay. The project was produced under the
banner of the 5E8 Group, which he and Douglas Urbanski founded in 1985.
Together, they also executive produced "Plunkett & Macleane."
Their upcoming projects include "Nobody's Baby," in which Oldman will
star, and "Joe Buck," to be written and directed by Oldman.
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