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RALPH FIENNES once again portrays the evil Lord Voldemort, one of modern literature's most terrifying villains. He first played the role in 2005's "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.”

In all, Fiennes starred in six films released in 2005, including Fernando Meirelles' "The Constant Gardener,” for which he won a British Independent Film Award, an Evening Standard British Film Award and a London Film Critics Circle Award, and earned a BAFTA Award nomination. His other films released that year were James Ivory's "The White Countess,” "The Chumscrubber,” Martha Fiennes' "Chromophobia” and the Oscar-winning animated film "Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were- Rabbit.”

A two-time Academy Award nominee, Fiennes earned his first nomination in 1994 for his performance in Steven Spielberg's Oscar-winning Best Picture "Schindler's List.” His chilling portrayal of Nazi Commandant Amon Goeth also brought him a Golden Globe nomination and a BAFTA Award, as well as Best Supporting Actor honors from numerous critics groups, including the National Society of Film Critics, and the New York, Chicago, Boston and London Film Critics. Fiennes received his second Oscar nomination in 1997 for his work in another Best Picture winner, Anthony Minghella's "The English Patient.” He also garnered Golden Globe and BAFTA Award nominations, as well as two Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, one for Best Actor and another shared with the cast.

Fiennes most recently completed work on the upcoming film "In Bruges.” His additional credits include "Red Dragon”; Neil Jordan's "The End of the Affair” and "The Good Thief”; David Cronenberg's "Spider”; Martha Fiennes' "Onegin,” which he also executive produced; Istvan Szabo's "Sunshine”; "Maid in Manhattan,” opposite Jennifer Lopez; the animated musical "The Prince of Egypt”; "The Avengers”; "Oscar and Lucinda”; "Strange Days”; Robert Redford's "Quiz Show”; and "Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights,” in which he made his film debut.

A graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, Fiennes began his career on the London stage. He joined Michael Rudman's company at the Royal National Theatre and later spent two seasons with the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC). In 1994, Fiennes opened as Hamlet in Jonathan Kent's production of the play. He later won a Tony Award for his performance when the production moved to Broadway. He reunited with Kent in the London production of "Ivanov,” later taking the play to Moscow. In 2000, Fiennes returned to the London stage in the title roles of "Richard II” and "Coriolanus.” In 2002, he originated the role of Carl Jung in Christopher Hampton's "The Talking Cure” at the Royal National Theatre, and the following year played the title role in Ibsen's "Brand” at the RSC. In 2005, Fiennes played the title role in Deborah Warner's production of "Julius Caesar.” He most recently reteamed with director Jonathan Kent to star in Brian Friels' "Faith Healer,” which opened at the Gate Theatre in Dublin before going to Broadway. Fiennes earned a Tony Award nomination for his performance in the play.


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