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Ray Winstone – British film and television actor. It is mainly known for the role of strong guys, starting with Carlin in the film, “Scum” 1979 and Will Scarlett in the television series “Robin of Sherwood” in 1984. Raymond also frequently voiced movies. Recently, he started kinoprodyusirovaniem. His filmography includes such films as “Cold Mountain” (2003), “King Arthur” (2004), “The Proposal” (2005), “The Departed” (2006), “Beowulf” (2007), ” Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the crystal skull “(2008),” Retribution “(2010) and many others. In addition, it is known as the protagonist of violent films like “Do not swallow” 1997, “Sexy Beast” 2000, “44 Inch Chest” 2010.
Ray Winstone was born in London (United Kingdom) February 19, 1957. His father owned a fruit and vegetable business. The boy soon began to take an interest in acting and first appeared on stage in the role of the newspaper seller called Cockney in a play staged by the children’s book “Emil and the Detectives.” Raymond also interested in boxing and in twelve years joined the club Repton, for ten years, he has won 80 of 88 meetings.
Deciding still link their lives with an acting career, Ray Winstone entered the Royal Academy of Theatre in Hammersmith. His first professional role, he was directed by «What a Crazy World». A Raymond television debut in an episode of the popular series “The Sweeney” in 1976. But popularity came to him only in 1984 after appearing in the TV series “Robin of Sherwood”.
In 2000, the actor offered to play a major role along with Jude Law in the cult film “Love, Honour and Obey.” This attracted the attention of Winston to audiences around the world, as well as the interest of the American film industry. In 2006, he appeared in the role of Arnold in a French film by Martin Scorsese, “The Departed.”
In November 2010, Ray Winstone finished filming in the British independent film called «The Hot Potato», based on a true story that took place in the east end of London in the 60s.