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ORLANDO BLOOM (Paris), who made his feature film debut starring as ‘Legolas' in Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, has captivated audiences and filmmakers alike. He continues to do so in the second and third installments of the Lord of the Rings trilogy – The Two Towers and Return of the King. 

Last summer he starred opposite Johnny Depp in Jerry Bruckheimer's hugely successful blockbuster, Pirates of the Caribbean, directed by Gore Verbinski. 

Bloom will next be seen in Gregor Jordan's Ned Kelly with Heath Ledger and in The Calcium Kid. He recently wrapped Frank E. Flower's independent Haven; and is currently in production on Ridley Scott's Kingdom of Heaven. Notably, he appeared in Ridley Scott's award-winning film Black Hawk Down a few years earlier.

Bloom was born in Canterbury, England and at age 16 moved to London where he joined the National Youth Theatre for two seasons and then gained a scholarship to train with the British American Drama Academy. On completion of his scholarship, Bloom played the lead in A Walk in the Vienna Woods and made his screen debut in the feature film Wilde, based on the life of Oscar Wilde. 

He was then accepted to Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London and chose to put his screen career on hold for the opportunity to further his education. During his time at Guildhall, Bloom performed in several productions including Little Me, A Month in the City, Peer Gynt, Mephisto and Twelfth Night. After graduating from Guildhall, Bloom appeared in the BBC television series Midsomer Murders.

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