- British actor and voice actor
|Real name:||Sir John Vincent Hurt|
John Hurt Height
|How tall was John Hurt?||175 cm / 5 ft 9 in|
|Born:||22 January 1940 Comment |
|When did John Hurt die? / Died||25 January 2017|
|How many years did John Hurt live? / Lived||77 years|
|Where was John Hurt born?||Chesterfield, United Kingdom|
|Where did John Hurt die? / Deathplace ||London, United Kingdom|
John Hurt Net worth 2022 (estimated)
|How much is John Hurt worth?||$30,000,000 Comment|
Who was John Hurt? / Facts
- He initially came to prominence for his supporting role as Richard Rich in the film A Man for All Seasons (1966)
- Since then he has played leading roles as Quentin Crisp in the film The Naked Civil Servant (1975), John Merrick in David Lynch's biopic The Elephant Man (1980), Winston Smith in the dystopian drama Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984), Mr
- Braddock in the Stephen Frears drama The Hit (1984), and Stephen Ward in the drama depicting the Profumo affair, Scandal (1989)
- He is also known for his television roles such as Caligula in I, Claudius (1976), and the War Doctor in Doctor Who
- Hurt's other films include the prison drama Midnight Express (1978), the science-fiction horror film Alien (1979), the adventure film Rob Roy (1995), the political thriller V for Vendetta (2006), the sci-fi adventure film Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008), the Harry Potter film series (2001–11), the Hellboy films (2004 and 2008), and the Cold War espionage film Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011)
- His character's final scene in Alien has been named by a number of publications as one of the most memorable in cinematic history
- Recognisable for his distinctive rich voice, he has also enjoyed a successful voice acting career in films such as Watership Down (1978), the animated The Lord of the Rings (1978), The Black Cauldron (1985) and Dogville (2003), as well as the BBC television series Merlin
- Among other honours, he has received two Academy Award nominations, a Golden Globe Award, and four BAFTA Awards, with the fourth being a Lifetime Achievement recognition for his outstanding contribution to British cinema
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- I've done some stinkers in the cinema. You can't regret it; there are always reasons for doing something, even if it's just the location.
People like us, who turn ourselves inside out for a living, we get into an emotional tussle rather than a marriage. It's fire I'm playing with and it isn't surprising I'm not the ideal companion on a daily basis. But it takes two. I mean, Christ, I haven't forced anybody.
There is no such thing as all good people and all bad people. We're all capable. It exists within us. In war-time, as we're finding out now, things that have been on camera, our wonderful troops, who we felt were absolutely impeccable, were as guilty as everybody else of. If you're given license to kill, it's going to release many an evil.
I've spent a great deal of my life doing independent film, and that is partly because the subject matter interests me and partly because that is the basis of the film industry. That's where the filmmakers come from, it's where they start and sometimes its where they should have stayed.
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Last update: 22 February 2022
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