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Daniel Day-Lewis – famous British actor, winner of two awards “Oscar” and a BAFTA for Best Supporting Actor in the film “Oil” and “My Left Foot.” Also nominated for “Oscar” for his roles in the films “Gangs of New York”, “In the name of the father.” He was awarded an honorary prize of the Berlin Film Festival.
Biography
Born April 29, 1957 in London in a wealthy family of British actress Jill Belkon and Irish poet Sesila Day-Lewis. Despite the aristocratic upbringing, in 13 years the teenager was expelled from school for poor discipline. Pretty soon, Daniel realized that he wanted to follow in his mother’s footsteps and become an actor. Creative family ties and the potential of 18-year-old Daniel helped him to get a place at the National Youth Theatre. Five years later, he joined the Bristol Theatre Institute, where he studied for three years.
At 24, Daniel made his debut on television in small roles. In 25 years, he first appeared in cinema – in the Oscar-winning film “Gandhi” (1982) with Ben Kingsley in the title role. After two years, Day-Lewis starred in the legendary movie “The Bounty” (1984). In this drama of the sailors, he reappeared in the episode. His first major film role, he will receive the following – in maloprimetnoy drama “My brother, Jonathan.” Then there were the leading roles in the film “My Beautiful Laundrette,” “Room with a View”, “Nana.” Famous actors gained in 31 years, when in 1988, played a major role in the love drama of Philip Kaufman’s “The Unbearable Lightness of Being”, filmed on the eponymous bestseller by Milan Kundera. The duo Daniel and Juliette Binoche loved by millions of fans. A year later, in 1989, Daniel played one of his best roles in Jim Sheridan’s “My Left Foot.” The actor played a courageous invalid, Irishman Christy Brown, who was a victim of cerebral palsy, but a mother’s love and willpower helped him learn how to draw and paint fingers of his left foot. The brilliant performance earned the actor a statuette “Oscar” and a BAFTA Award. Daniel Day-Lewis, coupled with the mass popularity and gained professional recognition. Four years later, he was again nominated for an “Oscar” – and again for the performance of real character role in the film of the same Jim Sheridan’s “In the Name of the Father.” The actor played the Irishman Gerry Conlon, who was sentenced by the British justice to life in prison for the attempted murder he did not commit.
In 1997, Daniel once again starred in Jim Sheridan in the sports drama “The Boxer.” The film was successful at the box office has paid off, but after the premiere of the actor for four years has left the cinema. In 2002 Daniel returned to the screens. He has covered a new wave of popularity, when after a long period of neglect, he appeared on a film set with Leonardo DiCaprio in the lead role of the criminal – the leader of “Native American” Bill the Butcher in Martin Scorsese’s “Gangs of New York”. Again Day-Lewis was nominated for “Oscar”. Followed, he played in the melodrama of his wife – directed by Rebecca Miller, “The Ballad of Jack and Rose” (2005), where he performed the role of the father, who retires with her daughter in a beautiful wilderness. Following Daniel starred in the drama of Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Oil” (2007). For the title role heartless tycoon ambitious 50-year-old actor was awarded the second “Oscar”. And then he played a leading character in the drama of Rob Marshall’s “Nine” (2009). In 2012, he starred in Steven Spielberg as the most famous US President Abraham Lincoln in the epic film “Lincoln.”

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