THE INVISIBLE WOMAN
TOM HOLLANDER's (Wilkie Collins) multiple film credits include About Time, directed by Richard Curtis,
Byzantium directed by Neil Jordan, Hanna directed by Joe Wright and In The Loop directed
by Armando Iannucci - in which Tom was nominated for a British Independent Film Award
for Best Supporting Actor. Other credits include The Soloist directed by Joe Wright and
Valkyrie directed by Brian Singer. Tom portrayed Lord Cutler Beckett in Pirates of the
Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. He also
appeared in Pride and Prejudice -- for which he received The Evening Standard Film
Awards' Comedy Award and London Critic's Circle's Best Supporting Actor, Gosford Park
directed by Robert Altman and Enigma directed by Michael Apted.
Tom has created several memorable television characters such as Leon in BBC Two's
Freezing as well as Rev in which he was nominated for a BAFTA in 2011 for Best
Performance in a Comedy Role. Tom's further television work includes Gracie, Desperate
Romantics, The Company, Cambridge Spies, The Lost Prince, Nicholas Nickleby and Wives
and Daughters amongst others.
Tom won the 1992 Ian Charleson Award for his performance in The Way of the World
directed by Peter Gill at the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre. He had been nominated the
previous year and was again nominated for his performance in The Government Inspector for
The Almeida directed by John Byrne in 1997. As well as many others, his theatre work
includes Flea In Her Ear directed by Richard Eyre for the Old Vic, Landscape with Weapon
directed by Roger Michell for the National, Hotel in Amsterdam directed by Robin LeFevre,
King Lear directed by Jonathan Kent for The Almeida, Don Juan directed by Michael
Grandage for Sheffield Crucible, The Judas Kiss directed by Richard Eyre for The Almeida,
Tartuffe directed by Jonathan Kent, Mojo directed by Ian Rickson for The Royal Court, The
Threepenny Opera directed by Phylida Lloyd for the Donmar Warehouse, The Editing
Process directed by Stephen Daldry and Me And My Friend directed by Ian Rickson.
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