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JONATHAN PRYCE has long been a dominant player both on the stage and on the screen. On the stage, he has played musical comedy as well as dramatic roles to considerable effect. He originated the role of The Engineer in "Miss Saigon” and was recently a celebrated Professor Higgins in the Royal National Theatre production of "My Fair Lady,” directed by Trevor Nunn. Jonathan Pryce studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and has appeared with the Royal Shakespeare Company where he played Macbeth and Petruchio in "The Taming of the Shrew.”

In films, recent successes include Juan Peron in Alan Parker's film "Evita,” starring Madonna in the title role; as Elliott Carver, the principal villain in the Bond thriller "Tomorrow Never Dies”; and as Dr. William Rivers in "Regeneration,” from Pat Barker's novel about the First World War, for which he was nominated for Best Actor by the British Independent Film Awards. His early film credits include "Voyage of the Damned,” "The Ploughman's Lunch” and "Something Wicked This Way Comes.” It was Terry Gilliam's nightmare comedy "Brazil” in 1985 that made Pryce a household name.

Pryce also appeared in Gilliam's "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen” and was Al Pacino's potential client in "Glengarry Glen Ross.” Martin Scorsese cast him in "The Age of Innocence” and he played Lytton Strachey in "Carrington,” written and directed by Christopher Hampton, which won him the Best Actor award at Cannes Film Festival and The Evening Standard Award for Best Actor.

On Broadway, he won Tony awards for "Comedians” and "Miss Saigon” and in London the Olivier Award for his "Hamlet” and again for "Miss Saigon.” He also garnered an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in "Barbarians at the Gate.”

In 2002, BAFTA Wales awarded him with a Special Award. Most recently, Pryce was seen opposite Johnny Depp, Geoffrey Rush, Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightly in the highly successful "The Pirates of the Caribbean.” He will next be seen in the film's sequel, "The Pirates of the Caribbean II.”

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