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ALAN SIDNEY PATRICK RICKMAN
February 21, 1946, Hammersmith, London, England, UK – January 14, 2016 in Hammersmith, London, England, United Kingdom.
Full name – Alan Sydney Patrick.
Alan Rickman grew up in the proletarian family – his father was a factory worker.
Creativity began to develop actively in school, where Rickman studied. He was lucky – training was conducted on a progressive Montessori method. Later, Alan Rickman won several scholarships for further education.
The future actor attended the College of Art and Design at Chelsea. He graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
After graduation, he played in the experimental theater troupes, and later with the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
In 1986 he toured with a theater on Broadway, received
theatrical award “Tony”.
Since 1977, he worked extensively on television, led the show, starred in television movies and television series. In 1978 he played Tybalt in a television adaptation of “Romeo and Juliet”.
The first notable role Rickman – Hans Gruber in the action movie “Die Hard” (1988).
He played the role of Colonel Brandon in the drama “Sense and Sensibility” (1995), Grigory Rasputin in the TV movie “Rasputin: the black servant of Destiny” (1996, “Golden Globe” for his role), the Sheriff of Nottingham in “Robin Hood – Prince of Thieves” (1991 , Prize BAFTA).
Psychologically accurately he played in the drama “True, Madly, Deeply” (1990), in the film “Michael Collins” (1996), the film adaptation of Patrick Suskind novel “Perfume” (2006, dir. Tom Tykwer)
The huge popularity of the performance won the role of Professor Snape Severiusa in the Harry Potter series of films.
I am speaking as a director, producer and screenwriter of the film “The Winter Guest” (1997).