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Trained at LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art), British actor JIM BROADBENT's (Lord Kelvin) long and distinguished career has spanned stage, big and small screen and culminated in an Academy Award® for Best Supporting Actor as well as a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Sir Richard Eyre's "Iris.”

Other major feature film credits include Baz Luhrmann's "Moulin Rouge,” Martin Scorsese's "Gangs of New York,” "The Gathering Storm,” "Little Voice,” Mike Leigh's "Topsy Turvy,” "The Borrowers,” "Richard III,” "Bullets Over Broadway,” "The Crying Game,” "Enchanted April,” "Life is Sweet,” "Superman IV,” "Brazil,” "The Time Bandits,” "Breaking Glass,” "The Shout,” "Nicholas Nickleby,” and Bruce Beresford's "And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself” for HBO.

Acclaimed for this theatre work, Broadbent has worked with the cream of directing talent including, Sam Mendes ("Habeas Corpus”), Sir Richard Eyre ("Kafka's Dick”), Trevor Nunn ("Every Good Boy Deserves”), Mike Leigh ("Goosepimples,” "Ecstasy”), Lindsay Anderson ("Bed Before Yesterday”), Max Stafford Clarke ("The Recruiting Officer”) and Athol Fugard ("A Place With Pigs”).

For many years Broadbent was a popular face on British television, with credits such as "The Peter Principle,” "Gone To Seed,” "Murder Most Horrid,” "Inspector Morse,” "Gone to the Dogs,” "Only Fools and Horses,” "Happy Families,” "Silas Marner,” "The Messiah,” "Blackadder” and "A Sense of History.”


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