Bill Nighy

Nighy at the [[Berlinale]] in 2020 William Francis Nighy (; born 12 December 1949) is an English actor. Known for his work in several stage, television and film productions, he has received several awards including a British Academy Film Award and a Golden Globe Award, and also has had nominations for an Academy Award, a Tony Award and a Laurence Olivier Award.

He started his career with the Everyman Theatre, Liverpool, and made his London debut with the Royal National Theatre starting with ''The Illuminatus!'' in 1977. He gained acclaim for his roles in David Hare's ''Pravda'' in 1985, Harold Pinter's ''Betrayal'' in 1991, Tom Stoppard's ''Arcadia'' in 1993, and Anton Chekhov's ''The Seagull'' in 1994. He received a Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor nomination for his role in ''Blue/Orange'' in 2001. He acted on Broadway in the David Hare plays ''The Vertical Hour'' (2006) and ''Skylight'' (2015), earning a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play nomination for the latter.

Nighy's early film roles include the comedies ''Still Crazy'' (1998), ''Guest House Paradiso'' (1999) and ''Blow Dry'' (2001). He rose to international stardom with his role in ''Love Actually'' (2003), which earned him a BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor. He went on to portray Viktor in the ''Underworld'' film series (2003–2009) and Davy Jones in the ''Pirates of the Caribbean'' film series (2006–2007). His other films include ''Shaun of the Dead'' (2004), ''The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy'' (2005), ''The Constant Gardener'' (2005), ''Notes on a Scandal'' (2006), ''Hot Fuzz'' (2007), ''Valkyrie'' (2008), ''Wild Target'' (2010), ''Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1'' (2010), ''The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel'' (2012), ''About Time'' (2013), ''Emma'' (2020), and ''Living'' (2022), the last of which earned him a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor.

Nighy has gained acclaim for his roles in television, earning a BAFTA Award for his role in BBC One series ''State of Play'' (2003), and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor for the BBC film ''Gideon's Daughter'' (2007). He is also known for his roles in ''The Girl in the Café'' (2006) and the BBC's Worricker trilogy which include ''Page Eight'' (2012), ''Turks & Caicos'' (2014), and ''Salting the Battlefield'' (2014), and the BBC's ''Ordeal by Innocence'' (2018). Provided by Wikipedia
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