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|Rickman in 2010|
|Birthday/Birthplace||Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman
(1946-02-21)21 February 1946
Hammersmith, London, England
|Deceased||14 January 2016(2016-01-14)
|Cause of death||Pancreatic cancer|
|School(s)||Latymer Upper School|
|College(s)||Royal Academy of Dramatic Art|
(m. 2012; his death 2016)
|Parent(s)||Bernard William Rickman
Margaret Doreen Rose
Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman (Hammersmith, London, February 21, 1946 – London, January 14, 2016) was a British actor and film director.
Alan Rickman’s Biography
He was the second child of a working-class family composed of an Irish father and a Welsh mother. He had an older brother (David) and two younger brothers (Michael and Sheila).
He studied thanks to a scholarship at the Latymer School, where he began to intervene in school productions. Influenced by his late father, a painter and decorator who died of cancer when Alan was only 8 years old, he decided to become a graphic designer studying at the Chelsea College of Art. At the same time he made his first steps as an interpreter at the theatrical amateur company The Brook Green Players, where his future girlfriend Rima Horton also performed.
After trying his fortune with a design company with several friends, at age 26 he decides to apply for a scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art or RADA (London), which was his vice president from 2003 until his death. It was accepted after interpreting a passage by Richard III, by William Shakespeare.
In 1975, after spending three years at RADA, he began his career as a professional actor. The first two years, by law, the newly graduated actors could only do repertoire theater.
In February 1978 he made his first television role as Theobald in the play Romeo y Julieta in a miniseries format for the BBC network. In 1982 he starred in his first television movie, Busted. That same year he achieved public and critical recognition for his role as Reverend Obadiah Slope in an adaptation of Anthony Barollo’s The Towers of Barchester called The Chronicles of Barsetshire, also for the BBC.
Other notable works for television include: The Preacher, within the series Revolutionary Witness (1989), which commemorated the two hundred years since the beginning of the French Revolution; Rasputin (1996), film for HBO about the life of Grigori Rasputín and for which he received, among other awards, an Emmy and a Golden Globe; Something the Lord Made (2004), also for HBO; and A Song for Lunch (2010). The film Truly, Madly, Deeply (1990), sometimes translated as A Ghost in Love, was recorded for broadcast on television, but after the great success in the United Kingdom, it was adapted to the film format in 1991.
At the theater he gained fame in Les liaisons dangereuses (The Dangerous Liaisons, 1985-1987), an epistolary novel by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos, adapted by Christopher Hampton and directed by Howard Davies. Rickman played the Viscount of Valmont and Lindsay Duncan to the Marquesa de Merteuil. His huge success in the West End and Broadway caught the attention of Hollywood producers, who immediately wanted to take over the rights of the work to make a film in which they did not have any of the actors in the play. / p>
He entered the Royal Shakespeare Company for the first time in 1978 and, after leaving the company a few years later, would return again in 1985. In this second stage he played roles such as: Henrik Hoefgen, in the theatrical adaptation of the novel Mephisto ( 1986); Jacques, in As You Like (1985); Achilles, in Troilo and Crésida (1985); Hamlet, in his homonymous (1992); Antonio, in Antonio and Cleopatra (1998).
Other important performances include Private Lives (2001-2002), by Noël Coward, again with Howard Davies as director and Lindsay Duncan as co-protagonist; John Gabriel Borkman (2009) by Henrik Ibsen, together with Lindsay Duncan and Fiona Shaw; and Seminar (2011-2012), with an original script by Theresa Rebeck, directed by Sam Gold and co-starring Jerry O’Connell, among others.
In 1988, after a long theatrical career, he starred in his first film: Die Hard, directed by John McTiernan, which marked the beginning of an outstanding film career. In the film he plays the villain Hans Gruber, a German genius and terrorist who plans the kidnapping of a building called Nakatomi Plaza, in order to steal all the riches that were in this while in the end he takes all his employees hostage when they celebrated the Christmas party.
Over the next few years he starred in several films, including Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves (1992), Sense and Sensibility (1995), Dogma (1999), the Star Trek parody entitled Heroes Out of Orbit (1999). , Love Actually (2003), the Tim Burton movie Sweeney Todd (2007) -based on the Broadway musical, in which he plays Judge Turpin- and all the installments of the Harry Potter saga (2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011), based on the novels of the British author JK Rowling, where she played the potions teacher Severus Snape and for which she received numerous accolades and is rated as one of her best works. Notably, it was Rowling who proposed Rickman for the role and is one of the few actors to whom he has told some secrets about his characters before they were revealed in the books.
In 1997 he shot his first film as a film director, The Winter Guest, starring Phyllida Law and Emma Thompson. In 2014 he released his second film as director, A Little Chaos, in which Rickman plays King Louis XIV. The film featured performances by Kate Winslet, Matthias Schoenaerts, Stanley Tucci, Helen McCrory and Steven Waddington, among others.
As for his personal life, in 2012 he married the Rima Horton policy, with whom he had a relationship since 1965. The ceremony was held in secret in New York and the event was revealed only three years later. in 1977 they maintained separate residences, but that year they acquired a common residence in Hammersmith.
Rickman died on January 14, 2016 in London because of pancreatic cancer at age 69. He was in serious condition.
Alan Rickman Net Worth – $16 Million
More Facts about Alan Rickman
|Whole Name||Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman|
|Nickname(s)||Alan Rickman, Rickman, Alan|
|Born/Where||Brentford, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom|
|Born||February 21, 1946|
|Work||Awards for Alan Rickman|
|His/Her Height||6′ 03″ (1.85 m)|
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