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Biography
According to various stories, on the actor’s path he was sentenced as a result of punishment – his parents sent him to the local theater as punishment for misconduct. The profession, however, very soon became his vocation, and already a teenager Hugh performed with local troupes in productions of the classical works of Shakespeare. However, he persistently refused to attend acting school, perhaps out of a sense of self-preservation and, definitely, out of respect for his father, a prominent member of the scientific community.
Hugh Dancy (Hugh Dancy, 19.06.1975) – English actor, nominee for the Emmy Award. Dancy specializes in the roles of romantic young people in feature films such as ‘Ella Enchanted’, ‘Elizabeth I’ and ‘The Jane Austen Book Club’. Despite his unequivocal success in this role, Hugh regularly plays much more difficult characters in independent feature films, such as’ Evening ‘, where Dancy embodied the image of an artist who could not reconcile himself with his love for the character of Patrick Wilson or’ Wild Grace ‘(‘ Savage Grace ‘), where Hugh played the former lover of an unstable mentally heiress. Basically, still, Dancy plays already familiar to him the role of the young love interest of the main characters; So, to this image, he returns in the picture ‘Confessions of a Shopaholic’, which showed that his popularity did not fade with time.
Born Dancy in Stoke-on-Trent, England; He was the eldest of the three children of the philosopher and instructor Jonathan Dancy and his wife, the publisher of Sarah Dancy. According to various stories, on the actor’s path he was sentenced as a result of punishment – his parents sent him to the local theater as punishment for misconduct. The profession, however, very soon became his vocation, and already a teenager Hugh performed with local troupes in productions of the classical works of Shakespeare. However, he persistently refused to attend acting school, perhaps out of a sense of self-preservation and, definitely, out of respect for his father, a prominent member of the scientific community. Dancy preferred to study English in Oxford; However, after graduation, he moved to London, where he earned a living as a bartender and a waiter, playing in parallel in various plays.
His perseverance was rewarded thanks to his first agent, who helped him get the role (with a mention in the credits) in the television show ‘The Court and Retribution II’ by the creation of Linda La Plant. Next was a few more television work, which eventually led to an important party first in ‘Madame Bovary’, and then to ‘David Copperfield’, an Anglo-American production in which Hugh played the adult David, along with stars such as Sally Field and Michael Richards. He also continued to work in the theater – in particular, should mention the performance of Sam Mendes ‘To the Green Fields Beyond’.
In 2001, Dancy made his debut in a feature film as the beginning Musketeer D’Artagnan in the Anglo-French action movie ‘Young Blades’ (‘Young Blades’). In the same year, he abruptly changed the style, performing a young medic ranger in the epic war drama Ridley Scott’s ‘Black Hawk Down’. After that, the actor for some time returned to the UK, where he played the title role in the adaptation of the BBC channel ‘Daniel Deronda’ (George Deronda ‘) George Elliott; However, almost immediately he returned to the feature films, starting with the ‘The Sleeping Dictionary’ of 2003. This picture, in which the role of involuntary concubine with Borneo played Jessica Alba, at the box office almost failed; However, she helped Dancy push through the image of her sensitive young lover.
However, as one of the main heartthrobs of the big screen, Hugh was confirmed by his next film. ‘Enchanted Ella’ did not discredit the special box office, but Dancy was so masterful in playing the beautiful prince who rescues the Cinderella performed by Anne Hathaway that the female half of the audience of the corresponding age began to go crazy about him. Hugh developed success in the 2004 movie ‘King Arthur’, an ambitious project by Antoine Fukua, re-thinking the history of the Knights of the Round Table in the form of an action movie like ‘Gladiator’. Again, the film did not show anything of interest at the box office, but Dancy became even more famous – his face fell on the covers of the largest magazines, both as an interviewee and as a model. So, ‘Burberry Brit for Men’ Dancy advertised from 2004 to 2005.
‘Basic instinct 2’ (‘Basic Instinct 2’) was an absolute failure; However, Dancy successfully survived it and returned to British television as a young Earl of Essekskogo, successfully winning the heart of the much older Queen Elizabeth in ‘Elizabeth I’. This mini-series has collected a lot of awards in both America and the UK, including ‘Emmy’ and ‘Golden Globe’ as ‘Best miniseries’. Dancy himself, in turn, received ‘Emmy’ and ‘Satellite’ as ‘Best Supporting Actor’ and ‘Best Actor’ respectively.
In the filming of the movie ‘The Evening’ Dancy had a real romance with his colleague, actress Claire Dance. In February 2009, the couple announced an engagement.

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