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Bob Hoskins – a popular British film and theater actor. Nominated for “Oscar”, the owner of “Golden Globe” award at the Cannes Film Festival and a BAFTA for his role in the film “Mona Lisa.” Repeatedly claimed to be the world’s leading awards for his work in the films “The Long Good Friday”, “Honorary Consul”, “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” “Nixon,” “24: 7”, “last wish”, “Mrs. Henderson Presents.”
Robert William Hoskins Jr. was born October 26, 1942 in England, Suffolk, near where his mother escaped from Nazi bombing during the Second World War. Childhood and adolescence Bob held in London. School, he scored in the fifteen years, preferring to get a job and provide for themselves. Before turning to the cinema, the future celebrity has tried a lot of professions: Hoskins happened to be a plumber, chimney sweep, sink fire in the circus. He was also involved in the collection of fruit in Israel and even studied in Accounting. Try your luck at the acting career, Robert has decided spontaneously: one day he read in the bar in front of a fellow actor excerpt from a literary work. Alternatively, an impressive expressive speech, called Bob to the theater to audition. Thus, Hoskins joined the troupe of “Unity.” Later he graduated from the Central School of Speech and Drama in London, and then played on the legendary stages – the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre of London and others.
For the first time on screen, Bob appeared in the thirties. In 1972, he starred in the British war drama «Up the Front», getting a cameo Army Sgt. Then followed a series of films where aspiring actor played undistinguished character: “The National Health”, “Royal shine”, “Zulu Dawn”. Hoskins reached the first Festival success After almost ten years, thanks to the film “The Long Good Friday” (1979) where he played a central role in tandem with Helen Mirren. The film tells the story of the influential crime boss Harold Shand, who is about to conclude a big deal, but the plans are crumbling due to a succession of mysterious deaths of his charges. During the presentation of the image of a criminal authority, Bob received a nomination for an honorary BAFTA. Followed, he played a memorable character in the drama of Alan Parker and Gerald Scarfe “The Wall” (1982), based on the album the group Pink Floyd. Ordinary festival success has deserved his work in the drama “The Honorary Consul” (1983).
One of the most prominent roles in his career Hoskins played in the film Neil Jordan’s “Mona Lisa” (1986). The actor appeared in the form of former petty thief George, who works as a driver in a black-paid prostitute. After the release of pictures of Bob was nominated for “Oscar”, he won the “Golden Globe” award at the Cannes Festival and the BAFTA. In just a forty-year career of Hoskins performed more than a hundred roles. He won the title of the movie star, whose fame has spread far beyond his native UK. About ten of the actor won prestigious festival awards around the world. August 8, 2012 Agent Hoskins officially announced the end of his career due to Parkinson’s disease.
Bob was married twice. From his first marriage he had left two children, Alex and Sarah. In 1982, the actor married Linda BANWELL. Together the couple has a daughter Rose and Jack’s son.

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