CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER was most recently seen as newsman Mike Wallace in Michael Mann's Oscar- nominated "The Insider," a role which won him the Boston, Los Angeles and Chicago Film Critics' Awards for Best Supporting Actor, as well as the National Society of Film Critics' Award. A veteran of more than 80 motion pictures, his films include the Oscar-winning "The Sound of Music," "The Man Who Would Be King," "The Pink Panther," "Silent Partner," "Battle of Britain," "The Fall of the Roman Empire," "Murder By Decree." "Somewhere in Time," "Star Trek VI" and "Twelve Monkeys." Having started in the Golden Years of television, his TV appearances number in the hundreds.
Since his New York debut in 1954, Plummer has starred in many celebrated productions on Broadway and in London's West End. He was a leading actor at London's National Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company and Canada's Stratford Festival, and is recognized as one of the finest classical actors of his generation. His last Broadway appearance was his award-winning performance of "Barrymore," which he toured all over America.
Plummer has written for the stage, television and concert hail and he has appeared with many of the world's major symphonies. A winner of two Tony Awards, two Emmys, Britain's Evening Standard Award and Canada's Genie for Best Actor in a Feature, he was sanctioned by Queen Elizabeth III 1968 as a Companion of the Order of Canada. In addition to the many honors that recognize his fine work, Plummer was made an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts by New York's Julliard School and, in 1986, inducted into the Theatre's Hall of Fame.
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