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Geoffrey Rush – an Australian actor and producer, winner of the “Oscar”, a BAFTA, “Golden Globe”, “Tony” and “Emmy”, President of the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts, won best known for his roles in “Shine” films, “Elizabeth “” Frida, “” The King’s Speech “and” Pirates of the Caribbean. ”
Biography
Born July 6, 1951 in the Australian city of Toowoomba. The mother of the future actor Merli worked shop assistant in a store, and his father, Roy Baden Rush was an accountant of the Royal Australian Air Force. When he was five years old her parents divorced. He stayed with his mother. This reduced strength the family moved to his parents Merli in Brisbane suburb, the third largest Australian city after Sydney and Melbourne. Jeffrey was trained at a public high school Everton Park, and received a degree of Art at the University of Queensland. In his student years, representatives of the Queensland Theatre Company in Rush spotted acting talent, and invited the troupe.
Since 1971, the actor played the role in seventeen productions. In 1975, Jeffrey went to Paris, where Jacques Lecoq theater for two years he studied the art of mime, and then returned to the theater company. Then, in 1979, Rush rented an apartment together with another budding Australian actor Mel Gibson. Both of them were employed in production of the play of the Irish playwright Samuel Beckett’s “Waiting for Godot”. The first cinematic work for Rush was the American thriller Damien Harris “Deception” with Goldie Hawn in the title role. Then director Michael Grossman invited him to a musical family film shot for television Disney «Star disease”. This was followed by roles in television dramas.
In 1996, Geoffrey starred in Scott Hicks’ drama “Shine.” His hero was a gifted Australian pianist who has lived a very difficult life. For this work, the actor received the award “Oscar” and the award for the best male performance of the role. The picture became a real breakthrough in his career. In 1997, screens out the historical romance novel by the Booker Prize Laureate Peter Carey’s “Oscar and Lucinda”, where Jeffrey performed voice-overs. His co-star Cate Blanchett and steel Rife Fiennes. The following year he played the role of Inspector Javert in the classic historical film Bill Ogusta “Les Miserables”, filmed on the product of Victor Hugo. Together with him on the creation of the painting worked Liam Neeson, Uma Thurman and Claire Danes. Parallel to this, Rush starred in the historical drama of the Indian filmmaker Shekhar Kapur’s “Elizabeth.” The plot is told about the period of the reign of the English Queen Elizabeth I. The shooting of actor reunited with Cate Blanchett and other representative of another family Fayet Joseph. Working with them has continued in the romantic comedy, John Madden’s “Shakespeare in Love.” The main female role performed by Gwyneth Paltrow. For this work, Rush was awarded the BAFTA Award for the best performance of the role of the second plan.
The next interesting project was the biographical historical drama by Philip Kaufman’s “Quills,” based on the play created by Doug Wright in 2000. The film tells the story of the last years of flamboyant French aristocrat held within the walls of a psychiatric hospital. Jeffrey embodied the image of Sade, and won the “Golden Satellite”, and was nominated for “Oscar”. Two years later, the audience enjoyed the performance of the actors in the historical drama based on a true story “Frida”, where he brilliantly played the role of a major political figure of Leon Trotsky. In total, the actor played more than thirty-five film roles, among which is also worth noting biographical tape “Ned Kelly” adventure action “Pirates of the Caribbean,” the comedy “Intolerable Cruelty,” the thriller “Munich,” a historical film “The Golden Age” and the drama ” The King’s Speech. “

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