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BILL NIGHY's (Whitey) work in the theatre includes "A Map of the World” and "Skylight” (Barclays Bank, Best Actor) by David Hare; "Pravda” by Howard Brenton and David Hare; Harold Pinter's "Betrayal,” "A Kind of Alaska,” and "Landscape and Silence”; "Mean Tears” by Peter Gill; "Arcadia” by Tom Stoppard; "Blue/Orange” by Joe Penhall; and "The Seagull” by Anton Chekhov.

His films include "Still Crazy” (Evening Standard, Peter Sellers Comedy Award), "Lucky Break,” "Love Actually” (Peter Sellers Comedy Award, Bafta, London and Los Angeles Critics Circle Award), "I Capture the Castle,” "Lawless Heart,” "Underworld” 1 and 2, "Shaun of the Dead,” "Enduring Love,” "The Constant Gardner” (Golden Globe nomination), and, most recently, "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest.” He is set to appear in the next "Pirates” sequel and the upcoming film "Stormbreaker.”

TV credits include "Dreams of Leaving,” "The Mens Room,” "Absolute Hell,” and, most recently, Stephen Poliakoff's "The Lost Prince,” "Girl in A Café” (Golden Globe nomination Best Actor) and Stephen Poliakoff's "Gideon's Daughter.” Bill has also enjoyed a lively and long radio career.


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