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English theatre and film actor

Ralph Fiennes is ...

Alive
Born 22 Dec 1962 in Ipswich
Age58 years, 3 months
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Ralph Fiennes with Eddie and Gloria Minghella at the 2011 Minghella Film Festival.

About Ralph Fiennes

Ralph Fiennes born on 22 December 1962 in Ipswich to Mark Fiennes and Jennifer Lash. He is a citizen of United Kingdom. Ralph Fiennes was educated at Chelsea College of Art and Design, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, St Kieran's College, Newtown School, Waterford and Bishop Wordsworth's School.

He is an English theatre and film actor.

Ralph Fiennes has had one spouse: Alex Kingston. He has four siblings Sophie Fiennes, Martha Fiennes, Joseph Fiennes and Magnus Fiennes.

Ralph Fiennes has worked as a film actor, film director, voice actor, character actor, stage actor, actor, film producer and television actor. He has been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, Academy Award for Best Actor, Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play, European Film Award for Best Actor and European Film Award – Jameson People's Choice Award – Best Actor. He has has won Theatre World Award, Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play, James Joyce Award, BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Tony Award, European Film Award for Best Actor and European Film Academy Achievement in World Cinema Award.

Ralph Fiennes has held the position of UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.

He is also known as Ralph Nathaniel Twisleton Wykeham Fiennes and Ralph Nathaniel Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes.

Films

Ralph Fiennes has worked on the following films:

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
2007 fantasy film
2007
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2
2011 UK-US fantasy film
2011
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1
2010 UK fantasy film
2010
The Hurt Locker
2008 American war film
2008
The Grand Budapest Hotel
2014 film by Wes Anderson
2014
Hail, Caesar!
2016 film by Coen brothers
2016
The Dig
2021 film directed by Simon Stone
2021
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
2005 fantasy film by Mike Newell
2005
Dolittle
2020 film directed by Stephen Gaghan
2020
Strange Days
1995 science fiction movie
1995
The Reader
2008 film by Stephen Daldry
2008
Clash of the Titans
2010 film by Louis Leterrier
2010
The King's Man
2021 film by Matthew Vaughn
2021
Wrath of the Titans
2012 film by Jonathan Liebesman
2012
Red Dragon
2002 American thriller film
2002
In Bruges
2008 British drama film directed by Martin McDonagh
2008
Holmes & Watson
2018 film by Etan Cohen
2018
The English Patient
1996 romantic drama film
1996
Sunshine
1999 historical film directed by István Szabó
1999
The Chumscrubber
2005 film by Arie Posin
2005
Maid in Manhattan
2002 film by Wayne Wang
2002
The Invisible Woman
2013 film by Ralph Fiennes
2013
A Bigger Splash
2015 film by Luca Guadagnino
2015
The Avengers
1998 film by Jeremiah S. Chechik
1998
The Duchess
2008 biographical history drama on Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire
2008
Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang
2010 film by Susanna White
2010
Imaginary Witness
2004 film by Daniel Anker
2004
Cemetery Junction
2010 British coming-of-age comedy-drama film
2010
Great Expectations
2012 film by Mike Newell
2012
Coriolanus
2011 film directed by Ralph Fiennes
2011
Quiz Show
1994 film by Robert Redford
1994
The Constant Gardener
2005 film by Fernando Meirelles
2005
Oscar and Lucinda
1997 film by Gillian Armstrong
1997
The End of the Affair
1999 film by Neil Jordan
1999
Land of the Blind
2006 film by Robert Edwards
2006
The White Countess
2006 film by James Ivory
2006
Spider
2002 Canadian/British psychological thriller film
2002
The Wildest Dream
2010 film by Anthony Geffen
2010
Onegin
1999 film by Martha Fiennes
1999
Official Secrets
film directed by Gavin Hood
The Good Thief
2002 film by Neil Jordan
2002
Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights
1992 film by Peter Kosminsky
1992
The Baby of Mâcon
1992 film by Peter Greenaway
1992
Chromophobia
2005 film by Martha Fiennes
2005
Two Women
2015 film by Vera Glagoleva
2015
Sea Sorrow
2017 film by Vanessa Redgrave
2017
Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey
2010

Television

Ralph Fiennes has worked on the following shows: