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british actor Ralph Fiennes Nearing 60 years of age, he is considered one of the most diverse performers in Hollywood.
Fiennes is the eldest of a total of six siblings, achieved success thanks to his role in the Harry Potter saga, where he played Lord Voldemort. He also for playing a Nazi commander, in a tape before.
His father, Mark Fiennes, he was a farmer turned photographer. “He was a deeply sensitive man, very cunning and brilliant with his hands. He could do a whole kitchen. I used to work with him when we were renovating houses,” he said. He would “run his hand over what I had painted on a sash window and say: You mustn’t let it drip. You have to sand it down again. He was always very sweet. She was, in the best sense, a perfectionist.”
In 1973 Ralph moved to Salisbury, England, where he began his career with studies at the Chelsea College of Art.
He then attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1988.
His first film appearance was made in 1992 in the film Wuthering Heights, based on the Emily Bronte’s work.
His first great performance earned him an Oscar nomination, this in the film Schindler’s List, where he plays a Nazi commander.
He would repeat the nomination (best supporting actor) in 1996 for his role in “The English Patient”.
In Harry Potter
But her fame ended up catapulting her from 2005 with her role as Lord Voldemort in the Harry Potter saga. He made his first appearance in “The Goblet of Fire”, this being the fourth film in the saga.
Subsequently, he also appeared in Order of the Phoenix, and Deathly Hallows.
In these films the actor is altered through special effects and makeup.
Other of his great performances were made as officer Gareth Mallory in the James Bond saga: Skyfall in 2012, Specter in 2015 and No time to die in 2021.
As additional information, in 2011 Fiennes shot his first film as a film director: Coriolanus, a film adaptation of the tragedy Coriolanus by William Shakespeare.
In 2013 he returned to direct another film, The Invisible Woman, a biography of Charles Dickens (played by Fiennes himself) who, at the height of his career, meets a young woman who becomes his secret lover. until his death.