Navigation Bar - Text Links at Bottom of Page

JUPITER ASCENDING

EDDIE REDMAYNE (Balem Abrasax) has earned a Golden Globe Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award and an Oscar nomination for his starring role as physicist Stephen Hawking, in director James Marsh's biographical drama "The Theory of Everything." The film, which also stars Felicity Jones as Jane Hawking, debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival in September to great acclaim and Redmayne continues to garner rave reviews for his performance.

Prior to this, he starred in the film adaptation of "Les Miserables," alongside Anne Hathaway, Hugh Jackman, Amanda Seyfried, and Russell Crowe. Winner for Best Picture at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards, the film was also nominated for Best Picture at the 2013 Academy Awards. Earlier in 2012, Redmayne starred in Derick Martini's film "Hick," alongside Chloƫ Grace Moretz and Blake Lively, adapted from the novel by Andrea Portes and released in May.

Among his other film credits, Redmayne starred in the critically acclaimed "My Week With Marilyn," in which he played the role of Colin Clark alongside Michelle Williams, Dame Judi Dench, Emma Watson and Kenneth Branagh. He also appeared in "The Yellow Handkerchief," with Maria Bello and William Hurt, and in the role of Osmund in Christopher Smith's "Black Death." He starred in Stephen Poliakoff's "Glorious 39," opposite Romola Garai, Julie Christie, Bill Nighy and Juno Temple, and later in writer/director Timothy Linh Bui's "Powder Blue," with Jessica Biel and Forest Whitaker.

In 2007, Redmayne had a supporting role in "Elizabeth: The Golden Age," directed by Shekhar Kapur, and starring Cate Blanchett, Geoffrey Rush and Clive Owen. He also appeared with Toni Collette in the crime thriller "Like Minds"; "The Other Boleyn Girl," with Scarlett Johansson and Natalie Portman; and "Savage Grace," with Julianne Moore. Redmayne made his screen debut in 2006 in Robert De Niro's dramatic thriller "The Good Shepherd," starring Matt Damon and Angelina Jolie.

Redmayne's vast resume also includes work in British television. He was most recently seen starring in "Birdsong," with Clemence Poesy, a two-part BBC1 series adaptation of Sebastian Faulks' epic love story, set during the First World War. In 2011, Redmayne was seen in the Golden Globe and Emmy nominated "The Pillars Of The Earth," a television mini-series adaptation of Ken Follett's bestselling novel, in which he starred alongside Matthew Macfadyen, and Hayley Atwell, with Ridley Scott and Tony Scott as executive producers. His other television credits include the leading role of Angel Clare alongside Gemma Arterton in the acclaimed BBC adaptation of "Tess Of The D'Urbervilles."

In 2010, Redmayne won both Tony and Laurence Olivier Awards for Best Supporting Actor for his outstanding performance in Michael Grandage's acclaimed theatrical production "Red," which transferred from the Donmar Warehouse to the Golden Theatre on Broadway. Redmayne starred opposite Alfred Molina in this two-handed production. He received critical acclaim for his West End performance as a troubled teen, opposite Jonathan Pryce, in Edward Albee's powerful drama "The Goat or Who Is Sylvia?" The role won him the 2004 London Evening Standard Award and the 2005 London Critics Circle Theatre Award for Outstanding Newcomer. He was also nominated at the 2005 Olivier Awards for Best Performance in a Supporting Role. Following this, he took to the stage in Christopher Shinn's new play, "Now Or Later," at the Royal Court Theatre. Redmayne was most recently seen on stage portraying the title role in Shakespeare's "Richard II," which opened at the Donmar Warehouse in London to fantastic reviews.

Redmayne's impressive body of work led him to earn a nomination in the Orange Wednesday's Rising Star category at the prestigious 2012 BAFTA Film Awards.

Redmayne currently resides in London.

TOP

Home | Theaters | Video | TV

Your Comments and Suggestions are Always Welcome.
Contact CinemaReview.com

© 2018 Warner Bros. Pictures Inc.®,  All Rights Reserved.

Google

Find:  HELP!

Google