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Hugh Grant – British actor, winner of the Silver Award of the Venice Film Festival for his starring role in “Maurice”, a BAFTA and a “Golden Globe” for the actor’s work in the film “Four Weddings and a Funeral,” Honor “Cesar.” Also known for the film “Notting Hill”, “Love Actually”, “Bitter Moon”, “Bridget Jones’s Diary” and the Hollywood romantic comedy.
Hugh John Mungo Grant born September 9, 1960 in London. Hugh Mom was a teacher, and his father – a freelance artist, who also worked part time sales agent. Since childhood, the boy played in the school theater, it is often the role of the battered girls. After high school, he entered the prestigious Hugh’s College at Oxford to study art, and plunged headlong into the world of the “elite” students: Closed became president of the student club, acted in school theater and was a stand-up comedian in the pubs. About Film Grant is not seriously thought about it. Once they are with a friend, novice director Michael Hoffman, “just decided to shoot the film” And Hoffman as a director and as an actor for Grant film “Privilege” was the debut. Appearing for the first time on the screen, 22-year-old Hugh Grant drew agents shine their blue eyes – managers vied with each other to offer his services. Thus began his career in cinema.
In 1985, Hugh appeared in the mini-series “Detective”, “The Last Place on Earth,” the television movies “War Jenny,” “Glory, profit and desire.” First notoriety brought him the role of a bisexual Clive James Ivory film about homosexual love “Maurice” (1987). 27-year-old actor was awarded one of the world’s most prestigious awards – the Silver Award for Best Actor in Venice Film Festival. Having shown himself supreme Film Society, Grant began to receive offers for the leading roles. Thus, the actor played the famous Romantic poet Lord Byron in the melodrama Gonzalo Suarez “Rowing in the wind” (1988), no less than the legendary composer Frederic Chopin in the short film “Nocturne” (1988) and the comedy “Impromptu” (1991), where his Chopin meets with writer George Sand, and also starred in Roman Polanski in the film about love and sex “Bitter moon” (1992). One of the most successful works of Grant – the dying of AIDS young man in the movie “Our Sons” (1991), has earned favorable reviews.
In 1993, Hugh Grant collapsed wave of mass popularity. It happened after the release of the comedy of Mike Newell’s “Four Weddings and a Funeral”. In this classic romantic comedy, Hugh plays a confirmed bachelor, an Englishman, an intellectual who suddenly falls in love with an American Carrie (Andie MacDowell). History has collected in hire more than 245 million dollars and was twice nominated for the “Oscar”. After that, the actor became famous in America. He has starred in Hollywood ( “Nine Months,” “Sense and Sensibility” and others.)
However, after five years of filming in the United States, the actor begins to tire of the role of romantic hero, which usually sees its directors. In addition, a celebrity accompanies a series of scandals. One of the biggest was in 1995, when Grant was accused in the fact that he was engaged in oral sex with a prostitute in his car. In 1997-1998 Grant almost no shot. However, in the 1999th he revived his career – but he was unable to avoid the image of a romantic: he reappeared in the melodrama – Roger Michelle “Notting Hill” with Julia Roberts. After this picture Grant began a new round of popularity. Following, he starred in such well-known romantic the tapes as “Bridget Jones’s Diary” and its sequel, “Love Actually”, “Did You Hear About the Morgans?”. Hugh was never married, but more than ten years, met with the actress Elizabeth Hurley.