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IAN HOLM (Sir William Gull) is one of the world's most acclaimed and accomplished actors, with more than one hundred film and stage credits. Internationally known for his performances in such recent films as "Big Night," "A Life Less Ordinary," "The Sweet Hereafter" and "The Fifth Element," Holm will be featured as 'Bilbo Baggins' in the highly- anticipated "Lord of the Rings" trilogy.

Holm received an Academy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Oscar®-winning Best Picture "Chariots of Fire." He won BAFTA Awards as Best Supporting Actor for his roles in "Chariots of Fire" and "The Bofors Gun," and received BAFTA nominations for his work in "The Madness of King George" and "Greystoke, The Legend of Tarzan."

His numerous other film credits include "Joe Gould's Secret," "eXistenZ." "Night Falls on Manhattan," "Frankenstein," "Naked Lunch." "Kafka," "Hamlet." "Henry V," "Brazil," "Alien," "Robin and Marian," "Juggernaut" and "Nicholas and Alexandra."

Holm's television work includes an Emmy®-nominated lead role in 1998 adaptation of "King Lear," the miniseries "The Borrowers," "The Deep Blue Sea," "All Quiet On the Western Front," "S.O.S. Titanic," "Les Miserables," "Thief of Baghdad" and two acclaimed miniseries, "Holocaust" and "Jesus of Nazareth." He made his television debut in the 1966 miniseries "War of the Roses." Born in Goodmayes, England, Holm was knighted in 1998.


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