Tom Hollander Wiki, Biography, Age, Net Worth, Contact & Informations

The King's Man - The Origins

Tom Hollander
Wiki, Biography, Age, Net Worth, Contact & Informations

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Age: 53 years old
Height: 173 cm
Born in: Oxford, Great Britain
Born on: 08/25/1967


Thomas Anthony Hollander, known simply as Tom Hollander, he was born the August 25, 1967 in Bristol, but grew up in Oxford. He became passionate about acting from a very young age, attending and becoming a member of the National Youth Theater and the National Youth Music Theater in London. It is at the age of fourteen, in fact, that his first main role in the show dates back to John Diamond (1981). Years will pass before Hollander receives another role on TV and film, in the meantime he continues to train, act in the theater and study, graduating from Cambridge University. After graduation, the actor is not admitted to acting school, but he does not give up and continues to pursue his dream of achieving success.

His is a career already well underway, especially in television, where in 1993 he is one of the main characters of the series Harry. In 1996 he also made his debut in the cinema with two films: the dramatic A choice of love and comedy True Blue – Challenge on the Thames. 1999 is the year in which Hollander is offered two roles that will be most recurrent throughout his career: one in costume in the Victorian series Wives and Daughters and that of the young homosexual in the film Rooms and corridors. The 2000s begin with sentimental comedy Maybe Baby (2000) by Ben Elton and with the spy movie Enigma (2001), directed by Michael Apted. In this period, however, historical and costumed roles prevail both in the cinema Gosford Park (2001) of Robert Altman than on TV with the series The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (2001) and Cambridge Spies (2003).

In recent years, Hollander’s authorship is fully formed and his characters take on more and more a comic and sometimes extravagant value. Comedy especially facial that goes well with the characters taken directly from another era, this is how the actor played the painter Peter Lely in Stage Beauty (2004), playwright George Etherege in The Libertine (2004) or the eccentric Mr. Collins in Pride and Prejudice (2005), directorial debut of Joe Wright. Also on TV the historical interpretations with the series prevail London (2004) in which he is the writer TS ELiot, John Adams (2008) with the crown of King George III and Desperately romantic (2009) as artist John Ruskin. Although they are all secondary roles, Hollander with his camouflage and his acting skills always manages to emerge with great skill.

2006 is one of the best years for the British actor who is on the big screen with The Darwin Awards, An excellent vintage is Pirates of the Caribbean – Dead Man’s Chest, second chapter of the pirate saga in which Hollander is Lord Cutler Beckett, a character with whom he will also appear in the sequel Pirates of the Caribbean – At World’s End (2007). After another long series of support roles, they want him in Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) and in Operation Valkyrie (2008), Hollander has a major role in the cinema with comedy In the loop (2009). Same fate follows his career on the small screen, in which after the interpretation of Monty Banks in the show Gracie! (2009) and Duke Edward VIII in the miniseries Any Human Heart (2010), receives the starring role in the sitcom Rev. (2010). Work with Wright again in the bio-pic The soloist (2009) and in the thriller Hanna (2011).

In 2013 he is at the cinema with Matter of time of Richard Curtis is The Invisible Woman of Ralph Fiennes, but in general Hollander’s career has never suffered setbacks, especially in recent years. Meanwhile on TV he is the protagonist of the series A poet of New York (2014), The Night Manager (2016) and Doctor Thorne (2016). In 2017 he returns to wear the vintage clothes that give him so much in the sentimental The Girl with Tulips, but in the same year he also acted alongside Andrew Garfield in Your every breath, in which he plays a double role. The following year he is in the war bio-pic A Private War and in another biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody, about Queen.


The King's Man - The Origins

The King’s Man – The Origins (The King’s Man)

Role: Actor
Year: 2020

A Private War

A Private War

Role: Actor
Year: 2018

Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody

Role: Actor
Year: 2018

Mowgli - The Son of the Jungle

Mowgli – The Son of the Jungle (Mowgli)

Role: Actor
Year: 2018 Go to the complete Filmography


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