LARA CROFT TOMB RAIDER: THE CRADLE OF LIFE
NOAH TAYLOR (Bryce) has over 20 films as well as numerous
television and theater appearances to his credit. Born in England in 1969, he
grew up in Australia where he made his youthful acting debut in films like
"The Year My Voice Broke," the miniseries "Bangkok Hilton"
and, most notably, the OscarĀ®-winning "Shine," in which his
performance as the adolescent David Helfgott garnered him a nomination for Best
Supporting Actor by the Screen Actors Guild.
Now living in London, Taylor includes in his filmography such
features as "Simon Magus," "Almost Famous" and "There's
No Fish Food in Heaven," among others. He created the role of Bryce, Lara
Croft's computer nerd, in the first "Tomb Raider" movie, and since
then has appeared in "Vanilla Sky" with Tom Cruise, in "Max"
playing the young Adolf Hitler opposite John Cusack and in "The Sleeping
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