Michael Bryant

 

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Michael Bryant var en skådespelare. Han föddes i London, England, Storbritannien den 5 april 1928. Michael Bryant dog 25 april 2002, han blev 74 år. Han är känd för bland annat Gandhi (1982), If There Weren't Any Blacks You'd Have to Invent Them (1974), The Miracle Maker (2000), Nicholas and Alexandra (1971) och The Mind Benders (1963).

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Michael Bryant

Född 1928-04-05 (94 år sedan) i London, England, Storbritannien. Död 2002-04-25 (74 år).

Utmärkelser
Utmärkelse Gala År Prisad för
Laurence Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role (Hamlet) 1990 Laurence Olivier Awards 1990 Hamlet
Laurence Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role (King Lear) 1987 Laurence Olivier Awards 1987 Король Лир
Laurence Olivier Award for Actor of the Year in a New Play (State Of Revolution) 1977 Society of West End Theatre Awards 1977 State Of Revolution
Nominerad för utmärkelser
Utmärkelse Gala År Nominerad för
Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Summerfolk) 2000 Laurence Olivier Awards 2000 Summerfolk
Laurence Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role (King Lear) 1998 Laurence Olivier Awards 1998 Король Лир
Laurence Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role (Antony and Cleopatra) 1987 Laurence Olivier Awards 1987 Antony and Cleopatra
Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Undiscovered Country) 1979 Society of West End Theatre Awards 1979 Undiscovered Country
Laurence Olivier Award for Actor of the Year in a Revival (Strife) 1979 Society of West End Theatre Awards 1979 Strife
British Academy Television Award for Best Actor (ITV Playhouse) 1975 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1975 ITV Playhouse
British Academy Television Award for Best Actor (Colditz) 1973 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1973 Colditz
British Academy Television Award for Best Actor (Roads to Freedom) 1971 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1971 Roads to Freedom
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Namn Från Till Typ av förhållade
Judith Coke(Gifta: 1990–2002-04-25) 1990 2002-04-25 Gifta
Josephine Martin(Gifta: 1958–1980) 1958 1980 Gifta
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William Frederick Bryant, Ann Mary Bryant

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Michael Dennis Bryant (5 April 1928 - 25 April 2002) was a British stage and television actor.

Bryant attended Battersea Grammar School and after service in the Merchant Navy and Army, he attended drama school and appeared in many productions on the London stage. He made his film debut in 1955. His greatest role was Mathieu in BBC2's 1970 adaptation of Jean-Paul Sartre's Roads to Freedom trilogy. His guest star appearance as Wing Commander Marsh, who feigns insanity in the 'Tweedledum' episode of the BBC drama series, Colditz (1972), is still widely remembered.

Bryant was chosen by Orson Welles to play the lead role in The Deep, Welles's adaptation of the Charles Williams novel Dead Calm. The production frequently ran out of money, and following the death of actor Laurence Harvey in 1973, Welles stopped production and announced the movie - which had been completed except for one special effects shot of a ship exploding - would not be released. (The novel was finally adapted to film in 1989.)

In 1969 Bryant took his love of the stage on a strange trip into the realm of cult films, playing a clever male prostitute who outwits a delusional family of killers in the dark comedy Mumsy, Nanny, Sonny and Girly, an adaptation of a play by Maisie Mosco. Due to poor marketing and a lack of faith in the film by the distributor, the film quickly sank into obscurity even before it could develop a cult following.

One of Bryant's most memorable performances was in the classic BBC television play The Stone Tape (1972), in which he plays the leader of a team of scientists who investigate ghost sightings in a brooding gothic mansion.

Bryant also had a supporting role as a sadistic psychiatrist in the cult classic black comedy The Ruling Class, with Peter O'Toole and Alastair Sim. He also appeared in Richard Attenborough's Gandhi (1982) as a British diplomat.

Having played Lenin in the film Nicholas and Alexandria, Bryant would later reprise the role in Robert Bolt's play State of Revolution (1977). He had previously co-starred in Bolt's unsuccessful Gentle Jack. The 1977 production of a Bolt play though was significant for featuring the first role he performed at the National Theatre where he was a constant presence for a quarter of a century. Bryant, described by Michael Billington as "rock-solid company man", had earlier performed with the Royal Shakespeare Company from 1964, including the premiere production of Harold Pinter's The Homecoming (1965), in which he played Teddy, the returning academic.

In 1980, Michael Bryant won the London Drama Critics Circle Theatre Award for Best Actor, and his other theatrical performances were equally well thought of. Bryant won Laurence Olivier Awards in 1988 and 1990 and was nominated twice more.

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