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Born: October 6, 1973 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: United Kingdom Profession: Cast ...
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1986:
Appeared at the age of 13 in a Welsh television film called "Austin"
1987:
Cast in the Welsh soap opera "Pobol y Cwm (People of the Valley)"
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At age 18, began attending the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London
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While at RADA, was cast in Ibsen's "Hedda Gabler" as the husband of the lead character
1996:
Played the lead role in the British TV-remake "Poldark"
1997:
Made film debut as Oscar Wilde's lover John Gray in "Wilde"
1997:
Landed first international role as Officer Harold Lowe in James Cameron's blockbuster film "Titanic"
1998:
Cast in the title role of "Hornblower" a British miniseries (aired on ITV and A&E)
1998:
Played the title role in "Solomon & Gaenor"; film earned an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign-Language Film
1999:
Cast in the lead role of Pip in the BBC TV production of Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations"
1999:
Portrayed a British soldier in Bosnia for the BBC drama series "Warriors"
2000:
Supported Glenn Close in "102 Dalmatians"
2001:
Reprised title role for the TV-movies "Hornblower: Mutiny" and "Hornblower: Retribution" (aired on ITV and A&E)
2001:
Landed small role as half of a gay couple (with best friend Matthew Rhys) in "Very Annie Mary"
2001:
Cast in Ridley Scott's "Black Hawk Down"
2004:
Cast as Lancelot opposite Clive Owen in "King Arthur"
2005:
Portrayed Mister Fantastic (Reed Richards) in Marvel's "Fantastic Four"
2007:
Portrayed famous abolitionist William Wilberforce in "Amazing Grace"
2007:
Reprised role of Mister Fantastic for the sequel "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer"
2008:
Portrayed former Prime Minister Tony Blair in Oliver Stone's controversial biopic "W."
2011:
Appeared in the comedy feature "Horrible Bosses" opposite Jennifer Aniston and Colin Farrell
2011:
Co-starred opposite Sarah Michelle Gellar on The CW mystery drama "Ringer"

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