TERENCE STAMP plays Stick, Elektra's mentor. Stamp made
his motion picture debut in Peter Ustinov's 1962 film adaptation of Herman
Melville's "Billy Budd." Stamp's portrayal of the title character
brought him an Academy AwardÂ® nomination, and a Golden Globe for best newcomer
and international attention.
Stamp starred in "The Limey" for director Steven
Soderbergh, for which Stamp earned a nomination for Best Male Lead at the 2000
Independent Spirit Awards, as well as a nomination for Best Actor at the London
Film Critics Circle (ALFS) Awards.
Stamp starred in William Wyler's adaptation of John Fowles'
"The Collector" for which he won Best Actor at the Cannes Film
Festival, Joseph Losey's "Modesty Blaise," John Schlesinger's
adaptation of Thomas Hardy's "Far From the Madding Crowd," and Ken
Loach's first feature film, "Poor Cow." One of Stamp's splashiest
choices was the comedy "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the
Desert," for which he received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor.
Stamp's remarkable and lengthy career has included starring
roles in Federico Fellini's "Toby Admit," Pier Palo Pasolini's
"Teorama," Alan Cooke's "The Mind of Mr. Soames," Richard
Donner's "Superman," and Richard Lester's "Superman II."
Some of his other feature film credits are "Meetings With Remarkable
Men," "The Hit," "Link," "Legal Eagles,"
"The Sicilian," "Wall Street," "Prince of Shadows"
and Frank Oz's "Bowfinger."
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