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Jared Harris – famous British actor. Jared was born August 24, 1961 in London in a family of actors. After high school, the actor admitted to Duke University, where in 1984 he became a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts.
Jared Harris first appeared on television in 1989, when the romance came out under the name “Rachel Papers”. Then, in 1992, the actor was involved in three films: “The Last of the Mohicans,” “Far and Away”, “Photograph”. In 1994, Harris played a supporting role in the sensational film of that time – “Natural Born Killers”. On one platform with him playing such well-known actors like Woody Harrelson, Tom Sizemore and Juliette Lewis. In 1995, Jared Harris starred in the film “Dead Man,” directed by Jim Jarmusch. In this film, the actor played the role of Benmonta Tench. In 1996 it appeared the films “White Lies”, “I Shot Andy Warhol,” “Gold on the streets.” In 1997, with the actor left the painting “Sunday”, “Chinese Box”, “Father’s Day”. In 1998, Jared was involved in the film “Happiness,” “Lost in Space”, “Monkey Bee”, “Eternity”, “Lulu on the Bridge.” By the end of the 90s the actor starred in more than 30 films.
Among the more recent works can be distinguished roles in the films “Ocean’s Twelve” (2004), “Resident Evil 2: Apocalypse” (2004), “Surrender” (2006). Also, the actor starred in the television series “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” (2007-2011), “Rich” (2008-2009), “Fringe” (2008-2011). Since 2007, and for the moment the actor is involved in the filming of drama series “Mad Men,” which is quite popular and in demand by viewers. In early 2010, the film won 4 awards “Golden Globe”, and participated in 59 nominations.
In addition, Jared Harris was involved in the shooting of the film “Sherlock Holmes – 2,” directed by Guy Ritchie, in which he played the role of Professor Moriarty. Out of the films was scheduled for the end of 2011.