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Andrew Russell Garfield – actor with the British-American citizenship, winner of the BAFTA-TV Award for her role in the film “Boy A”, was born on August 20, 1983 in Los Angeles and grew up in Surrey. The first interest in the art of acting came from him even in the age of sixteen. Andrew began his career on British television in 2005, appearing in the youth drama series “Sweet fever”, and in 2007 – in the cult television series “Doctor Who”. Among his first works roles in “Lions for Lambs” and “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.” the boy’s family opened a small business in the field of interior design and belonged to the middle class. His father, Richard eventually became the head coach of the Swimming Club of Guildford, and his mother an Englishwoman Lynn worked as a teacher in a kindergarten. At Garfield he had an older brother, later trained as a doctor.
When he was three goals, the family left California and moved to England. First, the main focus of the training was a sport. Garfield was actively engaged in gymnastics and swimming. Parents would like to in the future, the boy studied business, but he was carried away by acting. Andrew entered the Freeman School. Another institution was the Central School of Speech and Drama, which Garfield graduated in 2004. At first, the young man was only in the theater. Acting Andrew brought critical acclaim and several theater awards. His debut work was a British television comedy-drama series “Sweet heat.” Tape based on a novel by Julie Barchill, received the prestigious award “Emmy” and has become a great start for a future career Grafilda. Subsequent work by the young actor has also been played in the television series, one of which was an outstanding popular movie “Doctor Who”.
The first full-length work of Andrew was the drama of Robert Redford’s “Lions for Lambs.” Starring in the movie performed by the director, Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep. Next was the work in the crime drama John Crowley “Boy A”. In his second feature film, the young actor starred. For his great game Garfield was awarded the BAFTA Award as “Best Actor”. The next work was a costume drama Justin Chadwick’s “The Other Boleyn Girl,” based on the eponymous novel by Philippa Gregory. The film tells about the time of King Henry VIII. Partners Andrew on the set were such popular actors like Natalie Portman, Eric Bana and Scarlett Johansson. The project was a great success. The worldwide box office tape has collected $ 78 million.
In 2009, screens out a fantastic adventure Terry Gilliam’s “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.” Premiere held at the next Cannes Film Festival. The project was the last Australian Heath Ledger’s role, and the unfinished image of his character made up for Johnny Depp, Colin Farrell and Jude Law. Andrew played the role in the film party wandering circus troupe under the leadership of Doctor Parnassus. In the same year in rolling out a series of detective paintings, based on the novel by David Pease “Red Riding”, which played the role of Andrew Edward Dunford. In 2010, Garfield got the lead role of the man-robot in a short drama Spike Jonze’s “I’m here.” It premiered at the International Film Festival “Sundance”. Parallel to this, the actor took part in the shooting of a British drama-dystopia Mark Romanek’s “Never Let Me Go.” The film became a film adaptation of the novel by Kazuo Ishiguro. Garfield was nominated for a British Independent Film and “Saturn” in the “Best Actor” category.
The year 2010 was very fruitful for Andrew. The third work of this year’s biopic of David Fincher’s “The Social Network” brought the actor a lot of nominations for the most prestigious international film award “Oscar», BAFTA, «Golden Globe” and the award from the London Film Critics for the best performance of the community supporting roles. Andrew embodied on-screen image of one of the co-founders of Facebook, Eduardo Saverin. In 2012, viewers saw Grafilda in the lead role of Peter Parker in the film adaptation of another comic book superhero Spider-Man.