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Jonathan Pryce – actor, director and singer, best known for receiving the leading role in the cult film, Terry Gilliam dystopian “Brazil”, was born in North Wales near the town of Holywell. His parents Margaret Ellen and former miner Isaac Price were the owners of a small local grocery store. In addition to John’s family brought up two more of his older sister. He was educated in the city gymnasiums, and sixteen years of age enrolled in art school, and then wanted to become a teacher at the College of Edge Hill. One day during training Price took part in a theatrical production. Impressed by his performance in the name of the teacher Jonathan completed and forwarded a request for admission to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. As a result, Pryce was awarded a scholarship to study. Eventually he became a part of the cast of the “new wave”, such as Kenneth Branagh, Bruce Payne, Juliet Stevenson, Alan Rome and Fiona Shaw.
After graduation, Jonathan joined the Liverpool Everyman Theatre as artistic director. Here, in the process, he met actress Kate Fahy. Over time, she became the wife of Price. The family settled in his house in London and there were three children: Patrick, Gabriel and Phoebe. Then the actor made his debut on the screen. The first was the British science fiction television program BBC Doomwatch. Followed by two more television work under the supervision of director Stephen Frears. Then Jonathan joined Nottingham Drama Theatre, where he performed the role written specifically directed by Trevor Griffiths ‘Comedians’ for him. Later, the play was shown in the theater “Old Vic”. For this role, the actor has been awarded its first prize “Tony”.
In 1976 he took Price’s full-length debut in the war drama Stuart Rosenberg’s “Voyage of the Damned.” The main role is played by Faye Dunaway. In the story based on real facts about a thousand paintings of German Jews fleeing from the persecution of Nazi Germany. The tape has received several nominations for “Oscar” and the award “Golden Globe”. In the next two years, the actor was working on the stage as part of the Royal Shakespeare Company. In 1982, Price starred in the thriller Jack Gold’s “Mantis”. Next work of film in the fantasy genre, “Something Wicked This Way Comes”, created based on the works of science fiction Ray Bradbury, was nominated for film award “Saturn”.
In 1983, in honor of the birth of quincentenary theologian Martin Luther BBC channel has created a biographical project “Martin Luther, a heretic,” and Jonathan was invited to a major role. Two years later, Price sang one of his best roles in cult Terry Gilliam dystopian “Brazil”. His character Sam Lowry all of a sudden, and even himself joined the opposition to the system. In addition to Jonathan in the shooting was attended by Robert De Niro and Ian Holm. The film received rave reviews from critics, several nominations and international film awards. In 1988, Gilliam again invited Price. This time the director filmed adventure comedy with elements of surrealism, “The Adventures of Baron Munchausen.” The main role in it sang John Neville and Uma Thurman. Four years later, followed by work in the “Americans’ dramatic thriller by James Foley. The main role played by Al Pacino. The film won the Venice Film Festival Volpi Cup and the prize of the US National Board of Review. The biographical drama Christopher Hampton’s “Carrington,” Jonathan Pryce and Emma Thompson recreated on the screen the story of the intricate relationship aspiring artist and a mature writer. For his work, the actor was awarded the Cannes Film Festival for Best Actor.
Filmography Jonathan Pryce has a total of more than seventy works, including shooting in the musical “Evita”, the film “James Bond,” “Tomorrow Never Dies”, thriller “Ronin”, a series of pictures of the pirates of the Caribbean and the fairy tale “The Brothers Grimm.”