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American actor William Hurt born March 20, 1950 in Washington. His father was a diplomat and long time represented the United States in the Pacific, on the islands and which has grown boy. In his teenage years, he returned to America, to her mother. She has worked in the «Time» magazine and divorced from the father of the future actor, re-married the son of Henry Luce – founder and «Time» magazine owner and «Life».
Thus, Hurt childhood moved in high society. In 1968 he graduated from the prestigious Middlesex High School in Concord, Massachusetts. Here he is seriously interested in theater, became vice-president of the school drama club and played several major roles in his amateur productions.
However, the decision to become a professional actor came to the boy immediately, although in his yearbook, and sported the phrase “With such talent, we will soon see you on Broadway.” After school Hurt enrolled in Tufts University near Boston, where he studied theology. And only a few years later he was transferred to the famous Juilliard School of the Arts, where he studied acting craft. One of his teachers was the famous actor Christopher Reeve.
At school, William met with Mary Beth Sapindzher that after the marriage has taken his name and is now known as an actress, Mary Hurt. Their marriage lasted from 1971 to 1981. During this period, had the active theatrical work of William. He participated in the Shakespeare Festival in Ashton, UK, where he played Hamlet. Since 1975, the prediction came true classmates – they really could see the Hurt on Broadway.
In 1978, the actor was in the TV movie “Verna”, and in 1980 he made his debut in the movie, just noticeable enough. It was one of the main roles in the fantasy thriller by Ken Russell’s “Altered States.” World fame and glory of the new sex symbol of America came to William a year later, after the release of the movie Lawrence Kazdana neo-noir “Body Heat” (1981).
For Hurt its fame as an actor who knows how to create workshops on ordinary screen, psychologically rich characters. Such was, for example, signed a gay role in the dramatic film “Kiss of the Spider Woman” (1985). Generally speaking, the peak of the popularity of the actor was at the end of the 1980s, but he is still involved in interesting films, attracting the audience and critics sometimes very short, but vivid and memorable roles.