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The London Gazette. Retrieved 15 November Daniel Day-Lewis filmography. My Beautiful Laundrette A Room with a View Nanou The Unbearable Lightness of Being Stars and Bars Eversmile, New Jersey My Left Foot The Last of the Mohicans The Age of Innocence In the Name of the Father The Crucible The Boxer Gangs of New York The Ballad of Jack and Rose There Will Be Blood Nine Lincoln Phantom Thread Sunday Bloody Sunday Artemis 81 Gandhi The Bounty Awards for Daniel Day-Lewis.
Academy Award for Best Actor. Humphrey Bogart Gary Cooper William Holden Marlon Brando Ernest Borgnine Yul Brynner Alec Guinness David Niven Charlton Heston Burt Lancaster Maximilian Schell Gregory Peck Sidney Poitier Rex Harrison Lee Marvin Paul Scofield Rod Steiger Cliff Robertson John Wayne George C.
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Murray Abraham William Hurt Paul Newman Michael Douglas Dustin Hoffman Daniel Day-Lewis Jeremy Irons Anthony Hopkins Al Pacino Tom Hanks Tom Hanks Nicolas Cage Geoffrey Rush Jack Nicholson Roberto Benigni Kevin Spacey Russell Crowe Denzel Washington Adrien Brody Sean Penn Jamie Foxx Philip Seymour Hoffman Forest Whitaker Daniel Day-Lewis Sean Penn Jeff Bridges Colin Firth Jean Dujardin Daniel Day-Lewis Matthew McConaughey Eddie Redmayne Leonardo DiCaprio Casey Affleck Gary Oldman Rami Malek Joaquin Phoenix AACTA International Award for Best Actor.
Jean Dujardin Daniel Day-Lewis Chiwetel Ejiofor Michael Keaton Leonardo DiCaprio Casey Affleck Gary Oldman Rami Malek Adam Driver BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role.
Ralph Richardson John Gielgud Kenneth More Laurence Olivier Peter Finch Alec Guinness Trevor Howard Peter Sellers Peter Finch Peter Finch Peter O'Toole Dirk Bogarde Richard Attenborough Dirk Bogarde Richard Burton Paul Scofield Ngor William Hurt Bob Hoskins Sean Connery John Cleese Daniel Day-Lewis Philippe Noiret Anthony Hopkins Robert Downey Jr.
Britannia Awards. Albert R. Broccoli Michael Caine Peter Ustinov Martin Scorsese Anthony Hopkins Bob Weinstein and Harvey Weinstein Dustin Hoffman John Travolta Stanley Kubrick Steven Spielberg George Lucas Hugh Grant Tom Hanks Tom Cruise Clint Eastwood Denzel Washington Sean Penn Robert De Niro Jeff Bridges Warren Beatty Daniel Day-Lewis George Clooney Robert Downey Jr.
Peter Weir Jim Sheridan Mike Newell Anthony Minghella Martin Campbell Stephen Frears Danny Boyle Christopher Nolan David Yates Quentin Tarantino Kathryn Bigelow Mike Leigh Sam Mendes Ang Lee Ava DuVernay Steve McQueen Jordan Peele Jackson Kenneth Branagh Kevin Feige Jackie Chan Rachel Weisz Kate Winslet Tilda Swinton Emily Blunt Michael Sheen Helena Bonham Carter Daniel Craig Benedict Cumberbatch Emma Watson James Corden Felicity Jones Claire Foy Emilia Clarke Phoebe Waller-Bridge Always quiet and introverted, he said that he was not popular in school and was mocked as an outsider while growing up in England, partially because he was of half Jewish stock.
The upside was that, instead of socializing, he developed a rich fantasy life that later helped him to delve so deeply into his characters.
He first became interested in acting when he learned to replicate the accent and mannerisms of people in his neighborhood to avoid standing out to bullies.
The longest he has gone without an Oscar nomination is 9 years, between In the Name of the Father and Gangs of New York Is the second actor to have received a Best Actor Oscar nomination for portraying Abraham Lincoln ; the other is Raymond Massey in Abe Lincoln in Illinois Is one of five actors to have won the Academy Award three times in their career; the others in chronological order are Walter Brennan , Ingrid Bergman , Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep.
These actors have only been surpassed by Katharine Hepburn , who won the Academy Award four times during her career. Dedicated his Best Actor Oscar to his late mother, actress Jill Balcon.
Is the first actor to win an Oscar for playing a U. President, and the first to win for playing Abraham Lincoln.
Only one other actor, Raymond Massey , has been Oscar-nominated for playing the role; despite turning in a critically acclaimed performance as Lincoln in Young Mr.
Lincoln , Henry Fonda was not nominated for his performance. On March 19, , a two-DVD set entitled "Daniel Day-Lewis Triple Feature", a compilation of much of the actor's performances on British TV programs from to , was released in the United States by BBC Home Entertainment.
One of Time magazine's Most Influential People in the World. Received an honorary degree from the Juilliard School in Manhattan, New York City.
He partook in the Millie Miglia driving a Jaguar XK His co-driver was James Gianopulos , the Chairman and CEO of Fox Filmed Entertainment.
In , he used the international premiere of his film Lincoln in Ireland as a fundraiser for the Wicklow Hospice Foundation. Became a father for the first time at age 37 when his ex-girlfriend Isabelle Adjani gave birth to their son Gabriel-Kane Day Lewis on April 9, Became a father for the second time at age 41 when his wife Rebecca Miller gave birth to their son Ronan Cal Day-Lewis on June 14, Became a father for the third time at age 45 when his wife Rebecca Miller gave birth to their son Cashel Blake Day-Lewis in May In Gangs of New York his character "The Butcher" throws a knife at a picture of President Abraham Lincoln , hitting him right between the eyes.
Ten years later he starred in Steven Spielberg 's Lincoln , playing the president himself. As of , has appeared in eight films that were nominated for the Best Picture and Best Director Oscars: Gandhi , A Room with a View , My Left Foot , In the Name of the Father , Gangs of New York , There Will Be Blood , Lincoln and Phantom Thread Gandhi won in both categories.
He was also nominated for Best Actor in the last six of these, winning for My Left Foot, There Will Be Blood and Lincoln.
Is not only the first actor to receive three Best Actor Oscars, but the only British actor to receive at least two Best Actor Oscars.
He was awarded Knight Bachelor of the Order of the British Empire in the Queen's Birthday Honours List for his services to drama.
His Oscar for Lincoln makes he and Raymond Massey the eighth pair of male actors to be nominated for playing the same role Massey for Abe Lincoln in Illinois , and he is the only actor to win when his predecessor had lost.
Charles Laughton and Richard Burton were both nominated for playing King Henry VIII Burton for Anne of the Thousand Days , Laughton for The Private Life of Henry VIII.
Robert Donat and Peter O'Toole were both nominated for playing Mr. Chips Donat in Goodbye, Mr. Chips , O'Toole for Goodbye, Mr.
Chips , which Donat won. John Wayne and Jeff Bridges were both nominated for playing Rooster Cogburn Wayne in True Grit , Bridges in True Grit , which Wayne won.
Marlon Brando and Robert De Niro both won for playing Vito Corleone Brando in The Godfather , De Niro for The Godfather: Part II Jason Robards and Leonardo DiCaprio were both nominated for playing Howard Hughes Robards for Melvin and Howard , DeCaprio for The Aviator ; both lost.
On June 20, , he announced that he was retiring from acting and that Phantom Thread would be his last acting role. His US agent said that this was a private decision and that no further comment would be made on the subject.
All six times he has been nominated for the Best Actor Oscar, the film he was in was also nominated for Best Picture and Best Director.
His last four Best Actor Oscar nominations came every five years: Gangs of New York , There Will Be Blood , Lincoln and Phantom Thread As of , has the largest gap between first and last Best Actor Oscar wins, which is 23 years between My Left Foot and Lincoln It is also the longest duration between first and last acting Oscars of any male actor.
Of his thirteen film roles since , he has been nominated for a Best Actor Oscar for six of those roles. He starred in one musical film, Nine , said in an interview that he doesn't normally rehearse for a film, but was forced to in this film.
Joe Rogan named him in his podcast " The only extraordinary actor there was, and who quit acting ". I suppose I have a highly developed capacity for self-delusion, so it's no problem for me to believe I'm somebody else.
In every actor's life, there is a moment when they ask themselves, "Is it really seemly for me to still be doing this? I can only say that I would wish for any one of my colleagues to have the experience of working with Marty once in their lifetime.
If you get it twice, it's a privilege that you don't necessarily look for but you certainly don't try to avoid. Life comes first.
What I see in the characters, I first try to see in life. The West has always been the epicenter of possibility. One of the ways we forge against mortality is to head west.
It's to do with catching the sun before it slips behind the horizon. We all keep moving toward the sun, wishing to get the last ray of hope before it sets.
This was a man whose soul was torn, and once you've adopted that kind of internal conflict, it's difficult to quiet. The last day of shooting is surreal.
Your mind, your body, your spirit are not in any way prepared to accept that this experience is coming to an end.
In the months that follow the finish of a film, you feel profound emptiness. You've devoted so much of your time to unleashing, in an unconscious way, some sort of spiritual turmoil, and even if it's uncomfortable, no part of you wishes to leave that character behind.
The sense of bereavement is such that it can take years before you can put it to rest. Before I start a film, there is always a period where I think, "I'm not sure I can do this again".
I remember that before I was going to start There Will Be Blood , I wondered why I had said yes. When Martin Scorsese told me about Bill the Butcher in Gangs of New York , I wanted to change places with that man.
But even then, I did not say yes right away. I kept thinking, "I'm not sure I can do this again". The work itself is never anything but pure pleasure, but there's an awful lot of peripheral stuff that I find it hard to be surrounded by.
I like things to be swift, because the energy you have is concentrated and can be fleeting. The great machinery of film can work against that.
I have never had a positive reaction to all the stuff that supposedly promotes the film. The thought of it will make me hesitate to do any films at all.
At its best, boxing is very pure. It requires resilience and heart and self-belief even after it's been knocked out of you. It's a certain kind of a test.
And it's hard: the training alone will kill you. And that's before people start giving you a dig. Playing the part of Christy Brown [in My Left Foot ] left me with a sense of setting myself on a course, of trying to achieve something that was utterly out of reach.
I was extremely unhappy most of the time. I think I probably felt I'd made a fundamental error in agreeing to do that movie even though it was the part and the film that everyone wanted to do.
And God help us, that is, in itself, a reason not to do something. I need to find the right kind of silence or light or noise. Whatever is necessary--and it is always different.
I know it sounds a little fussy and a little ridiculous, but finding your own rhythm is one of the most important things you can discover about yourself.
And you have to observe it. As actors, we're all encouraged to feel that each job is the last job. They plant some little electrode in your head at an early stage and you think, "Be grateful, be grateful, be grateful".
So it's not without a sense of gratitude that I work. But I couldn't do this work at all unless I did it in my own rhythm. It became a choice between stopping and taking the time I needed.
Why would I want to play middle-aged, middle-class Englishmen? There's a quality of wildness that exists in Ireland that coincides with utter solitude.
I've managed to create a sense of banishment in so many different areas of my life. I live in Ireland, not England. I make films in America.
And now I'm banished from the theater because I've slagged it off so much. And I did the unspeakable thing of fleeing from "Hamlet". Even now, when I sometimes think of doing a play, I think of rehearsal rooms and people hugging and everyone talking over cups of coffee because they are nervous.
It's both very touching and it makes me a little nauseous and claustrophobic. Too much talk. I don't rehearse at all in film if I can help it.
In talking a character through, you define it. And if you define it, you kill it dead. Laurence Olivier might have been a much better actor on film if he hadn't had that flippant attitude.
He felt that film was an inferior form. The thing that Konstantin Stanislavski lays out is how you do the thing the first time every time - 1, times.
That's the idea you're always searching for. I got to come out of the church, the same church where I sang in the choir, and scratch up a row of cars--a Jag, a Bentley--parked in front.
I thought, "I get paid for this! Years later I saw the director, John Schlesinger , at the Edinburgh festival, where we were showing My Beautiful Laundrette I play a hooligan punk in that, too.
I said to Schlesinger, "I guess I haven't progressed much. I came from the educated middle class but I identified with the working classes.
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