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Rhys Ifans – the British theater and film actor, best known for the films “Mr. Nobody,” “The Replacements,” “Amazing Spider-Man”, “Anonymous.” Nominated for a BAFTA Award for her role in “Notting Hill” film and winner of BAFTA for his work on the television movie “Not only that, but always.”
Rhys Ifans born July 22, 1967 in the town of Haverfordwest in the UK in the family kindergarten teacher and a school teacher. Rice, like his brother Llyr, a child wanted to become actors. After school Figure equally devoted itself as a music and dramatics, learning it in various theater schools. Rice played on the stage of London’s Royal National Theatre, undetected for a great movie. In addition, Evans for some time singing in a rock band Super Furry Animals.
In 1995, the 28-year-old actor first appeared in a feature film, the drama “Street life”. And in 1996 Evans was able to play in the director’s project of Anthony Hopkins’ August “. A year later, together with his brother Rice worked in the comedy “The city’s twin.” For him its fame as a talented actor. In 1999 he got the lead role in “Notting Hill,” a romantic comedy, which starred Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant. For his work in this film Figure nominated for a BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor. This nomination was for Evans first major recognition of Film Critics. Five years later, he still won the nomination for BAFTA: Rice won the award for her role in the television movie “Not only, but always” (2004). Also in 2004, Evans embodied in the literary hero movie Major William Dobby in the adaptation of “Vanity Fair”.
Every year, Evans was invited to the more ambitious and big budget projects. In 2009, he starred in Richard Curtis’ The Boat that Rocked “. In the same year, Evans appeared in the arthouse film Jaco Van Dormael “Mr. Nobody”, where he played the father of the hero Jared Leto, and also starred in the comedy “Greenberg” with Ben Stiller. Soon, Evans was called into the cash project “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1” (2010), where the actor has embodied the image of the magician Xenophilius Lovegood, father of one of the best friends of Harry Potter, the owner and chief “Quibbler” magazine editor. At the same time, Evans appeared in another popular project – the comedy “Nanny McPhee 2” with Maggie Gyllenhaal in the title role.
In 2010, Rhys Ifans finally appears in the title role in a large-scale drama of Roland Emmerich’s “Anonymous”, which gives an answer to the question of who actually was William Shakespeare, and whether he was at all. 2012 marked the premiere of the actor for the TV film “Amendments”, where Evans once again plays on the same site with Maggie Gyllenhaal. In the same year Rhys Ifans appears, perhaps, in the most important role in his film career – Dr. Connors in the blockbuster ‘Amazing Spider-Man “(2012). Directed by Marc Webb called the actor to a leading role in restarting the story of Peter Parker, who after being bitten by a spider-mutant gets hit. 45-year-old Rhys Ifans embodied on the screen the role of one-armed doctor all his life suffering from his physical illness and wanted to make a person immune. The actor brilliantly succeeded in showing the transformation of intelligent scientist in sinister lizard-killer, the fight human and animal, the suppression of their own ambitions. Immediately after the release of the film adaptation of comic book on screen Evans acquired an army of fans.