'Annie' is show biz; it's open, simple and direct. Finney: A Star Who Hides His Magnitude: Albert Finney, Marks, Sally K. Los Angeles Times 23 Apr 1967: c11. [49], Finney received 13 BAFTA nominations (nine film, four TV), winning two:[25], In addition Finney received the BAFTA Academy Fellowship Award in 2001. Pakula. The Ottawa Citizen 21 Apr 2000: A14. He won an Olivier Award for Orphans in 1986 and won three Evening Standard Theatre Awards for Best Actor. While at RADA Finney made an early TV appearance playing Mr Hardcastle in Oliver Goldsmith's She Stoops to Conquer. The show ran for two series broadcast in 2001 and 2003.[37]. Em 2011 o agente de Finney afirmou que o ator estava enfrentando um câncer no rim. [36] He had previously been nominated for the HBO telefilm The Image (1990). [41], With his first wife, Jane Wenham, he had a son,[25] Simon Finney, who works in the film industry as a camera operator. Finney had a key role in Big Fish (2003) directed by Tim Burton, and did another cameo for Soderbergh in Ocean's Twelve (2004). [54], Other awards include: a Golden Laurel for his work on Scrooge (1970) and for his work on Tom Jones, for which he was the 3rd Place Winner for the "Top Male Comedy Performance" for 1964. He is known for his roles in Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (also 1960), Tom Jones (1963), Two for the Road (1967), Scrooge (1970), Annie (1982), The Dresser (1983), Miller's Crossing (1990), A Man of No Importance (1994), Erin Brockovich (2000), Big Fish (2003), The Bourne Ultimatum (2007), Before the Devil Knows You're Dead (2007), The Bourne Legacy (2012), and the James Bond film Skyfall (2012). In 1959 Finney appeared at Stratford in the title role in Coriolanus, replacing an ill Laurence Olivier. Filho de um guarda-livros, Albert Finney sempre quis ser ator. I use a completely different side of myself as Warbucks. "Most Popular Films Of 1963." He performed the role with the English Stage Company in London, Nottingham, Paris and New York. [48], Julia Roberts mentioned Finney in her Oscar acceptance speech for Best Actress in Erin Brockovich, calling him a "pleasure to act with". "[5], Finney was at the National for over three years[when?] The Albert memorial, Billington, Michael. "I'd been acting for about eight years and had only had one vacation ... Captain Cook had been a hero of mine when I was a kid, and I thought it would be exciting to go to some of the places in the Pacific where he'd been. The Guardian 13 Mar 1986: 12. [14][15] He returned to films with Two for the Road (1967) co starring Audrey Hepburn. When you have to expose yourself and use your own vulnerability, you can get a little near the edge. [58][59], He won the Silver Berlin Bear award for Best Actor, for The Dresser, at the 34th Berlin International Film Festival in 1984. It earned over half a million pounds in profit. Farber, Stephen. At Birmingham he played the title role in Henry V,[6] and in 1958, made his London stage debut in Jane Arden's The Party, directed by Charles Laughton, who starred in the production along with his wife, Elsa Lanchester. during which he played in Hamlet, Macbeth, Tamburlaine, and plays by Anton Chekhov. Memorial continued to produce films in which Finney did not appear: Spring and Port Wine (1970), with James Mason; Loving Memory (1971), an early directorial effort from Tony Scott; Bleak Moments (1971), the first feature from Mike Leigh; O Lucky Man! "People told me to cash in on my success while I was hot," he later said. Finney comes back to film [17] Finney later called it "the most intense sense of creation I've ever had."[5]. Finney did Nostromo (1997) for television, and Washington Square (1997) for Agnieszka Holland then made A Rather English Marriage (1998) with Tom Courtenay. Whither Albert Finney? A remake of the classic 1937 film of the same title, the film was a flop and Finney's performance received poor reviews. News of the Screen: ' Sugarland' Team For 'Clearwater' 5 Adaptations Set In Theater Series Finney to Direct Comedy on Lunacy He was honoured by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association as Best Actor for Under the Volcano (which he tied with F. Murray Abraham for Amadeus),[55] the National Board of Review Best Actor award for Saturday Night and Sunday Morning,[56] and the New York Film Critics Circle Best Actor award for Tom Jones. Robson Books. As an actor only he made The Picasso Summer (1969). [30], He followed it with The Playboys (1992) for Gillies MacKinnon; Rich in Love (1993) for Bruce Beresford; The Browning Version (1994) for Mike Figgis; A Man of No Importance (1994), for Suri Krishnamma; and The Run of the Country (1995) for Peter Yates. Finney was offered a contract by the Rank Organisation but turned it down to perform for the Birmingham Rep.[5] He was in a production of The Miser for Birmingham Rep, which was filmed for the BBC in 1956. Los Angeles Times 18 July 1977: f1. [60], He won the Volpi Cup for Best Actor, for Tom Jones, at the Venice Film Festival.[61]. The Times Digital Archive. By SAM ZOLOTOW. "[5], The first three were thrillers: Loophole (1981), with Susannah York; Wolfen (1981), directed by Michael Wadleigh; and Looker (1981), written and directed by Michael Crichton. [44] Finney died aged 82 from a chest infection on 7 February 2019, at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London. The Guardian 15 Mar 1972: 10. I wanted to feel part of the company. Morreu em 8 de fevereiro de 2019, de causas não informada pela família. Em 1984, foi indicado mais uma vez mas não ganhou, por sua esplêndida atuação em: "À Sombra de Um Vulcão", de John Huston. Neste filme Finney teve a oportunidade de demonstrar seu enorme carisma, ganhou a Taça Volpi de melhor ator do Festival de Veneza de 1963, foi indicado como o melhor do ano pela Associação dos Críticos de Nova York e pela primeira vez ao Oscar de melhor ator, indicação que recebeu novamente em 1974, com sua interpretação do detetive Hercule Poirot em "Assassinato no Expresso Oriente" e em 1983, por "O Fiel Camareiro". Aos 19 anos estreou no teatro em Birmingham, no papel de Bruto em "Júlio César" de William Shakespeare. [25][35][36], He also played the title role in the television series My Uncle Silas, based on the short stories by H. E. Bates, about a roguish but lovable poacher-cum-farm labourer looking after his great-nephew. Foi descoberto por Tony Richardson que ao vê-lo em cena em "Coriolano", também de Shakespeare, em um palco de Londres, o convidou para filmar The Entertainer (1960). [57], Finney won two Screen Actors Guild Awards, for Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role, for Erin Brockovich, and as a member of the acting ensemble in the film Traffic. Vencedor do BAFTA de Melhor Revelação, por "Tudo Começou Num Sábado" (1960). Also for the BBC he appeared in The Claverdon Road Job (1957) and View Friendship and Marriage (1958). Albert Finney foi casado com Jane Werham (de 1957 a 1961), com quem teve um filho, Simon, e com Anouk Aimée, musa do cinema francês, atriz do clássico "Um Homem, Uma Mulher", (1970 a 1978). Esta página foi editada pela última vez às 02h27min de 28 de outubro de 2020. It needs bold, primary colors. Como diretor já se aventurou em dois filmes: "Charlie Bubbles – A Máscara e o Rosto" (1968) e "The Biko Inquest" (1984), produzido para a televisão. Seu trabalho, além de muito elogiado, recebeu um prêmio no Festival de Mar de Plata. "I felt that it needed commitment," he later said. Finney teve a oportunidade de atuar com grandes diretores, como Ridley Scott ("Os Duelistas"), Stephen Frears ("Gumshoe, Detetive Particular"), Alan Parker ("A Chama que não se Apaga"), os irmãos Cohen ("Ajuste Final") e Steven Soderbergh, em "Erin Brockovich", atuação que lhe valeu uma indicação ao Globo de Ouro de Melhor Ator (coadjuvante/secundário) em cinema. "[5], Finney went into The Dresser (1983), directed by Peter Yates, which earned him a Best Actor Oscar Nomination. "When you're making movies all the time, you stop breathing. [citation needed]. Isabelle Anne Madeleine Huppert (French pronunciation: [izabɛl yˈpɛʁ]; born 16 March 1953) is a French actress.Described as "one of the best actresses in the world", she is known for her portrayals of cold and disdainful characters devoid of morality. Finney began the 1990s with the lead role in a film for HBO, The Image (1990). Um de seus maiores sucessos foi "As Aventuras de Tom Jones", que recebeu o Oscar de Melhor Filme. Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Albert Finney (21 Nov 1893–1946), Find a Grave Memorial no. Finney was born in Salford, Lancashire, the son of Alice (née Hobson) and Albert Finney, a bookmaker. [25] For the London stage, he won the Laurence Olivier Award, for Best Actor, for Orphans in 1986. Biografia. MOVIE CALL SHEET: 'Charlie' Next Film for Liza The film was a box-office success, being the third most popular film in Britain that year. The set of muscles required for that kind of acting need to be trained. He then made his Broadway debut in Luther in 1963. [1] He was educated at Tootal Drive Primary School, Salford Grammar School and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), from which he graduated in 1956.[2]. Finney undertook a season of plays at the Royal National Theatre, including Miss Julie by August Strindberg in 1965. He received great acclaim playing the gangster boss in Miller's Crossing (1990), replacing Trey Wilson shortly before filming. "It was OK at first," he later said, "but in the end it was sitting in an office, pitching ideas to Hollywood and waiting for the phone to ring. "[18], Finney played Agatha Christie's Belgian master detective Hercule Poirot in the film Murder on the Orient Express (1974). [27] He had the lead in a TV mini series, The Endless Game (1989), written and directed by Bryan Forbes.[28]. [34] He had supporting roles in Breakfast of Champions (1999) and Simpatico (1999). They remained together until Finney's death. [23], He received excellent reviews for his performance in the drama Shoot the Moon (1982). He made his film breakthrough in the same year with his portrayal of a disillusioned factory worker in Karel Reisz's film version of Alan Sillitoe's Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1960), produced by Richardson. Liza Minnelli made her feature debut in the movie. [24] Finney said the role "required personal acting; I had to dig into myself. [29], Finney did The Green Man (1990) for British TV, based on a novel by Kingsley Amis. A lifelong supporter of Manchester United, Finney narrated the documentary Munich, about the air crash that killed most of the Busby Babes in 1958, which was shown on United's TV channel MUTV in February 2008.[39]. [16] Memorial also produced some in which Finney did not appear, such as Spring and Port Wine and The Burgular. Martin, Betty. "Albert Finney: in Character". He was also nominated for The Gathering Storm, for Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries, but did not win. When you have to deliver those long, complex speeches on stage, you can't heave your shoulders after every sentence. [43] According to a 2012 interview, he had been diagnosed with the disease five years earlier and underwent surgery, followed by six rounds of chemotherapy. [9], Finney had been chosen to play T. E. Lawrence in David Lean's production of Lawrence of Arabia after a successful and elaborate screen-test that took four days to shoot. He also released an album through Motown. She is best known for her role as Annie Bennett Warbucks in Annie He criticised such royally bestowed honours as "perpetuating snobbery". [42] In 1970, nearly a decade after his divorce from Wenham, Finney married French actress Anouk Aimée, a union that lasted eight years. [19][20], He announced he intended to direct a film, The Girl in Melanie Klein, for Memorial, but it was not made. Finney was reunited with Ridley Scott in A Good Year (2006). Em 2002 se destacou ao interpretar Winston Churchill no filme da BBC The Gathering Storm, atuando ao lado da atriz Vanessa Redgrave, o que lhe garantiu um Globo de Ouro e um Emmy de melhor ator.[3]. Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Albert Finney (9 May 1936–7 Feb 2019), Find a Grave Memorial no. Wife sues Albert Finney, The Guardian 7 July 1961: 19. 11 July 2012. Finney and Alan Bates played Olivier's sons. 2002. He then married for the third and last time in 2006, to Penelope Delmage, who at the time was working as a travel agent. Foi o início de uma longa e feliz carreira. [8] Finney then did Billy Liar (1960) on stage and for British television. [25], Finney played the lead role of Sydney Kentridge in The Biko Inquest, a 1984 dramatisation of the inquest into the death of Steve Biko which was filmed for TV following a London run. He maintained a successful career in theatre, film and television. New York Times 26 July 1981: A.1. He received Tony Award nominations for Luther (1964) and A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (1968),[25] and also starred on stage in Love for Love, Strindberg's Miss Julie, Black Comedy, The Country Wife, Alpha Beta, Beckett's Krapp's Last Tape, Tamburlaine the Great, Another Time and, his last stage appearance, in 1997, "Art" by Yasmina Reza, which preceded the 1998 Tony Award-winning Broadway run. (1973) for Anderson; and Law and Disorder (1974); shot in Hollywood. In 1994, Finney played a gay bus conductor in early 1960s Dublin in A Man of No Importance. [13], Finney followed this with a small part in ensemble war movie The Victors (1963), which was not a success. I didn't want to be a movie actor just dropping in, doing Hamlet and taking off again. He had support roles in Amazing Grace (2006), The Bourne Ultimatum (2007), and Before the Devil Knows You're Dead (2007). Finney became so well known for the role that he complained that it typecast him for a number of years, "People really do think I am 300 pounds with a French accent", he said. Web. [45][46][47], Finney declined the offer of a CBE in 1980, as well as a knighthood in 2000. Memorial then made Charlie Bubbles (1968), which Finney starred in and also directed. He and Michael Medwin formed a production company, Memorial Productions, which made Privilege (1967), directed by Peter Watkins; The Burning (1968), a short directed by Stephen Frears; and If.... (1968), directed by Lindsay Anderson. His last appearance in a feature film was in Skyfall (2012). Los Angeles Times 19 Oct 1980: p67. You literally don't breathe in the same way that you do when you're playing the classics. He attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and worked in the theatre before attaining prominence on screen in the early 1960s, debuting with The Entertainer (1960), directed by Tony Richardson, who had previously directed him in the theatre. Finney had his biggest hit in a long while with Erin Brockovich (2000), alongside Julia Roberts for Steven Soderbergh. Christon, Lawrence. I don't have to reveal the inner workings of the character, and that's a relief. [51], He received nine Golden Globe Award nominations, winning three:[52], For his work on Broadway, Finney was nominated for two Tony Awards, both for Best Actor in a Play, for Luther in 1964, and A Day in the Death of Joe Egg in 1968. "[5], Less well received was his performance as Daddy Warbucks in the Hollywood film version of Annie (1982), which was directed by John Huston. However, Finney baulked at signing a multi-year contract for producer Sam Spiegel and chose not to accept the role. He received several awards for his performance as Winston Churchill in the 2002 BBC–HBO television biographical film The Gathering Storm. By A. H. WEILER. In 1972 Finney returned to the stage after a six-year absence with Alpha Beta, which he later filmed for TV with Rachel Roberts. The last two successful films he had made were Scrooge and Orient Express in which he was heavily disguised. He had the lead in Delivering Milo (2001) and in 2002 his critically acclaimed portrayal of Winston Churchill in The Gathering Storm won him British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), Emmy and Golden Globe awards as Best Actor. "[5], The success of Tom Jones enabled Finney to produce his next film, Night Must Fall, in 1964, which he also starred in and which was directed by Reisz. He is survived by: Marion Finney, and sons Bob (wife Jean) and Denis (wife Isabelle) and his grandchildren: Nicole, David and … [12], Finney starred in the Academy Award-winning 1963 film Tom Jones, directed by Richardson and written by Osborne. "So I thought they should have a look at me while I was still almost a juvenile and kind of cute. In the latter he played a frozen, disembodied head.[32][33]. Albert Finney (9 May 1936 – 7 February 2019) was an English actor who worked in film, television and theatre. Quentin Falk. [53] He won the Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Actor three times, for A Flea in Her Ear in 1966, Tamburlaine the Great in 1976 and Orphans in 1986. [15], Memorial Productions pulled out of producing and Finney focused on acting. I really wanted to try and do justice to my own potential in the parts. Finney's fondness for the good life Gritten, David. ... Albert Finney – Wikipedia.Albert Finney in der Internet Movie Database (englisch) Biografie auf prisma online; Starporträt auf kino.de--Elizabeth Peters – Wikipedia.Elizabeth Peters ist ein Pseudonym von Barbara Louise Gross Mertz (* 29. Albert Finney (9 May 1936 – 7 February 2019) was an English actor who worked in film, television and theatre. Los Angeles Times 21 Oct 1966: C16. [7], Finney's first film appearance was in Tony Richardson's The Entertainer (1960), with Laurence Olivier. "Most Americans probably think I weigh 300 pounds, have black hair and talk with a French accent like Hercule Poirot," said Finney. He sang in Tim Burton's Corpse Bride (2005)[38] and the film of Aspects of Love (2005). Já em seu segundo trabalho, Finney chamou atenção da crítica em "Tudo Começou num Sábado" (Saturday Night, Sunday Morning), de Karel Reisz. Finney guest starred on several episodes of Emergency-Ward 10 and was Lysander in a TV version of A Midsummer Night's Dream (1959) directed by Peter Hall. [50], He won an Emmy Award, for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Made for TV Movie, for his performance as Winston Churchill in HBO's The Gathering Storm. In order to feel really assured and comfortable in front of a camera, you've got to do it for a while. Vencedor de cerca de 25 prêmios, nunca ganhou o Oscar. : From Manchester to Motown Records New York Times 12 May 1974: 49. [3][4] Finney graduated from RADA and became a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Finney had a cameo in Soderbergh's Traffic (2000) and played Ernest Hemingway in Hemingway, the Hunter of Death (2001) for TV. [22], Finney had not played a lead role in a feature film in six years, and started to think about returning to cinema. [11] The original West End run at the Phoenix ended in March 1962, after 239 performances there, when Finney had to leave the cast to fulfill a contractual obligation with a film company. Albert Finney Feb. 20, 1930 - July 1, 2010 Former Resident of Fremont Albert Finney, age 80, died Thursday July 1, 2010 at the Kaiser Hospital in Walnut Creek, CA. Aileen Quinn (born June 28, 1971) is an American actress, singer and dancer. [5], Finney made a TV movie Forget-Me-Not-Lane in 1975, which was written by Peter Nichols, and he also performed a cameo role in The Duellists (1977), the first feature directed by Ridley Scott. Finney said going into this film after Shoot the Moon was "marvelous. [25][42], Finney in May 2011 publicly disclosed that he had been receiving treatment for kidney cancer. He then played the title role in the TV movie Pope John Paul II (1984), his American TV debut. [10], Finney created the title role in Luther, the 1961 play by John Osborne depicting the life of Martin Luther, a key early figure of the Protestant Reformation. [21], Finney decided to take time off from features and focus on stage acting, doing classics at the National Theatre in London. Vencedor do Globo de Ouro de Melhor Revelação Masculina, por "As Aventuras de Tom Jones" (1963). ALBERT FINNEY New York Times 12 Dec 1967: 57. [citation needed], Huston cast Finney in the lead role of Under the Volcano (1984), which earned both men great acclaim, including another Oscar nomination for Finney. Finney then made Gumshoe (1971), the first feature directed by Stephen Frears, for Memorial. A recipient of BAFTA, Golden Globe, Emmy and Screen Actors Guild awards, Finney was nominated for an Academy Award five times, as Best Actor four times, for Tom Jones (1963), Murder on the Orient Express (1974), The Dresser (1983), and Under the Volcano (1984), and as Best Supporting Actor for Erin Brockovich (2000). Times [London, England] 3 January 1964: 4. Albert Finney stages a film comeback, Blume, Mary. Albert Finney foi casado com Jane Werham (de 1957 a 1961), com quem teve um filho, Simon, e com Anouk Aimée, musa do cinema francês, atriz do clássico "Um Homem, Uma Mulher", (1970 a 1978). Este texto é disponibilizado nos termos da licença. Indicado ao BAFTA de Melhor Ator Britânico, por suas atuações em "Tudo Começou Num Sábado" (1960) e "As Aventuras de Tom Jones" (1963). [31], He had the lead role in Dennis Potter's final two plays, Karaoke (1996) and Cold Lazarus (both 1996). Finney also made an appearance at Roger Waters' The Wall – Live in Berlin (1990), where he played "The Judge" during the performance of "The Trial". Memorial also did stage productions, such as A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, which Finney performed in London and then Broadway. When that run ended he decided to take a year off and sail around the world. 196693402, ; Maintained by Find A Grave Cremated, Ashes scattered, who reports a Ashes scattered at London's Royal National Theatre. Foi indicado/nomeado para o Oscar por cinco vezes, quatro das quais como ator principal e outra como ator coadjuvante/secundário. Datei größe : 394 MegaByte. The success of Tom Jones saw British exhibitors vote Finney the ninth most popular star at the box office in 1963. Albert Terence Finney[1][2]CBE (Charlestown, 9 de maio de 1936 — 8 de fevereiro de 2019)[3] foi um ator britânico, descendente de irlandeses. Albert Finney was nominated for an Oscar for his impersonation of the Belgian in Sidney Lumet’s “Murder on the Orient Express” (1974), a film boasting one of the starriest-ever casts. Albert Finney to Appear Here In 'Joe Egg,' a London Success: Simon Sells "Plaza Suite" Don't Drink" Will Move 172055768, citing Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio, USA ; Maintained by meeganm (contributor 48735741) . Finney played the title role in the musical Scrooge in 1970. 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Como diretor já se aventurou em dois filmes: "Charlie Bubbles – A Máscara e o Rosto" (1968) e "The Biko Inquest" (1984), produzido para a televisão. He attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and worked in the theatre before attaining prominence on screen in the early 1960s, debuting with The Entertainer (1960), directed by Tony Richardson, who had previously directed him in the theatre. "[5], Finney decided to make six films in succession "so that I could relax and get back into it again. Other members of the cast included Roy Kinnear and Richard Briers. Richard Gere é filho de um fazendeiro metodista que se tornou vendedor de seguros, cresceu ao lado dos quatro irmãos numa fazenda próxima a Syracuse (Estado de Nova Iorque).Ganhou uma bolsa como ginasta para estudar filosofia na Universidade de Massachusetts e apresentou-se em bandas de rock.. Deu início à carreira teatral em musicais da Broadway e passou dois anos em Londres. 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