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JEREMY IRONS (Randall Bragg), one of today's most respected actors, has been honored for his work on stage, screen and television. He won an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award, and was named Best Actor by several critics organizations, for his chilling portrayal of Claus von Bülow in the 1990 true-life drama "Reversal of Fortune,” directed by Barbet Schroeder. Irons more recently won an Emmy, a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild Award for his performance as Robert Dudley in the Showtime miniseries "Elizabeth I,” opposite Helen Mirren.

Irons' latest feature film work includes the fantasy "Eragon”; David Lynch's "Inland Empire”; Lasse Hallstrom's "Casanova,” with Heath Ledger; Ridley Scott's "Kingdom of Heaven”; "Being Julia,” opposite Annette Bening; "The Merchant of Venice,” with Al Pacino; Franco Zeffirelli's "Callas Forever”; and Claude Lelouch's "And Now…Ladies and Gentlemen.”

Irons began his acting career in the theatre in his native England at the Bristol Old Vic. He made his London stage bow in 1971 as John the Baptist in "Godspell.” He was later honored with Tony and Drama League Awards for Best Actor for his Broadway debut in the 1984 production of Tom Stoppard's "The Real Thing.” Returning to the London stage, he most recently starred in the West End productions of "Embers” and "Never So Good,” at the National Theatre.

On the big screen, Irons first gained international attention for his role in Karel Reisz's "The French Lieutenant's Woman,” earning a BAFTA nomination for his performance opposite Meryl Streep. His early film credits also include Jerzy Skolimowski's "Moonlighting”; David Jones' "Betrayal”; the title role in Volker Schlondorff's "Swann in Love”; Roland Joffe's "The Mission,” for which he received a Golden Globe nomination; and David Cronenberg's "Dead Ringers,” for which he won a New York Film Critics Award and a Genie Award.

Irons counts among his additional film credits Steven Soderbergh's "Kafka,” Louis Malle's "Damage,” David Cronenberg's "M. Butterfly,” Bille August's "The House of the Spirits,” "Die Hard: With a Vengeance,” Bernardo Bertolucci's "Stealing Beauty,” Wayne Wang's "Chinese Box,” Adrian Lyne's controversial drama "Lolita,” and "The Man in the Iron Mask.” He also lent his distinctive voice to the role of the villainous Scar in the animated hit "The Lion King.”

Irons has also worked extensively on television, most notably starring in the groundbreaking 1981 miniseries "Brideshead Revisited,” for which he received Emmy, Golden Globe and BAFTA Award nominations. His recent credits include such longform projects as Showtime's "Fitzgerald” and the A&E movie "Longitude.”

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