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CIARAN HINDS is an accomplished film, television and theatre actor having played kings and countrymen alike. He was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland and was inspired by his mother to become an actor. He began his career at Glasgow Citizens' Theatre, starring in Arsenic and Old Lace and Faust. He also spent time with the Field Day Company and the Royal Shakespeare Company until he landed his first film role in Excalibur opposite Liam Neeson, Gabriel Byrne and Patrick Stewart. Other notable film roles include Firman in The Phantom of the Opera, Finn McGovern in Sam Mendes' Road To Perdition, Dan in Calendar Girls, and Danny Boyle in Some Mother's Son, John Traynor in Veronica Guerin and Carl in Steven Spielberg's Munich. In theatre he is remembered most for his portrayal of Richard in Sam Mendes' Richard III, the role of Larry in Patrick Marber's Closer, and Charles Condomine in Blithe Spirit. He is probably best known around the world for work in television where he has embodied such characters as Julius Caesar in HBO's "Rome,” Captain Wentworth in BBC's "Persuasion”, and Edward Rochester in A & E's "Jane Eyre.” Hinds can also be seen in such recent film releases as Michael Mann's Miami Vice, David Mackenzies's Hallam Foe, John Boorman's Tiger's Tail, Michael Apted's Amazing Grace, the Untitled Noah Baumbach Project and P.T. Anderson's There Will Be Blood with Daniel Day Lewis.


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