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While at Cambridge, Tom Hollander was in the university's Cambridge Footlights revue and played a much-celebrated Cyrano de Bergerac, directed by Sam Mendes. His honors include a Best Actor nod from Time Out; and four Ian Charleson Awards from the London Critics Circle.
His stage and radio credits include productions of The Judas Kiss; The Government Inspector; Tartuffe; Mojo; and The Threepenny Opera (again directed by Sam Mendes, at the Donmar Warehouse). On U.K. television, he has appeared on Absolutely Fabulous, among other series; in the miniseries Wives and Daughters (directed by Nicholas Renton, with Rosamund Pike of Pride & Prejudice); and in the telefilms The Lost Prince (directed by Stephen Poliakoff) and Cambridge Spies (as Guy Burgess, directed by Tim Fywell).
Mr. Hollander's film credits include Robert Altman's Academy Award-winning Gosford Park; Tom Hunsinger and Neil Hunter's The Lawless Heart; Neil LaBute's Possession (also for Focus Features); Michael Apted's Enigma; Ben Elton's Maybe Baby; Rose Troche's Bedrooms and Hallways; Terry George's Some Mother's Son; Richard Eyre's Stage Beauty; John McKay's Piccadilly Jim (with Brenda Blethyn of Pride & Prejudice); Laurence Dunmore's The Libertine (again with Rosamund Pike of Pride & Prejudice); Robert Edwards' Land of the Blind (with Donald Sutherland of Pride & Prejudice); and, now in production, Gore Verbinski's two back-to-back Pirates of the Caribbean sequels (with Keira Knightley of Pride & Prejudice).