Download International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers. Vol. 3: Actors and Actresses PDF

TitleInternational Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers. Vol. 3: Actors and Actresses
PublisherSt. James Press
ISBN 139781558624528
CategoryArts - Film
Author
LanguageEnglish
File Size44.1 MB
Total Pages1344
Table of Contents
                            Volume 3 -001.pdf
Volume 3 -002.pdf
Volume 3 -003.pdf
Volume 3 -004.pdf
Volume 3 -005.pdf
Volume 3 -006.pdf
Volume 3 -007.pdf
Volume 3 -008.pdf
Volume 3 -009.pdf
Volume 3 -010.pdf
Volume 3 -011.pdf
Volume 3 -012.pdf
Volume 3 -013.pdf
Volume 3 -014.pdf
Volume 3 -015.pdf
Volume 3 -016.pdf
Volume 3 -017.pdf
Volume 3 -018.pdf
Volume 3 -019.pdf
Volume 3 -020.pdf
Volume 3 -021.pdf
Volume 3 -022.pdf
Volume 3 -023.pdf
Volume 3 -024.pdf
Volume 3 -025.pdf
Volume 3 -026.pdf
Volume 3 -027.pdf
Volume 3 -028.pdf
Volume 3 -029.pdf
Volume 3 -030.pdf
Volume 3 -031.pdf
Volume 3 -032.pdf
Volume 3 -033.pdf
Volume 3 -034.pdf
Volume 3 -035.pdf
Volume 3 -036.pdf
Volume 3 -037.pdf
Volume 3 -038.pdf
Volume 3 -039.pdf
Volume 3 -040.pdf
Volume 3 -041.pdf
Volume 3 -042.pdf
Volume 3 -043.pdf
Volume 3 -044.pdf
Volume 3 -045.pdf
Volume 3 -046.pdf
Volume 3 -047.pdf
Volume 3 -048.pdf
Volume 3 -049.pdf
Volume 3 -050.pdf
Volume 3 -051.pdf
Volume 3 -052.pdf
Volume 3 -053.pdf
Volume 3 -054.pdf
Volume 3 -055.pdf
Volume 3 -056.pdf
Volume 3 -057.pdf
Volume 3 -058.pdf
Volume 3 -059.pdf
Volume 3 -060.pdf
Volume 3 -061.pdf
Volume 3 -062.pdf
Volume 3 -063.pdf
Volume 3 -064.pdf
Volume 3 -065.pdf
Volume 3 -066.pdf
Volume 3 -067.pdf
Volume 3 -068.pdf
Volume 3 -069.pdf
Volume 3 -070.pdf
Volume 3 -071.pdf
Volume 3 -072.pdf
Volume 3 -073.pdf
Volume 3 -074.pdf
Volume 3 -075.pdf
Volume 3 -076.pdf
Volume 3 -077.pdf
Volume 3 -078.pdf
Volume 3 -079.pdf
Volume 3 -080.pdf
Volume 3 -081.pdf
Volume 3 -082.pdf
Volume 3 -083.pdf
Volume 3 -084.pdf
Volume 3 -085.pdf
Volume 3 -086.pdf
Volume 3 -087.pdf
Volume 3 -088.pdf
Volume 3 -089.pdf
Volume 3 -090.pdf
Volume 3 -091.pdf
Volume 3 -092.pdf
Volume 3 -093.pdf
Volume 3 -094.pdf
Volume 3 -095.pdf
Volume 3 -096.pdf
Volume 3 -097.pdf
Volume 3 -098.pdf
Volume 3 -099.pdf
Volume 3 -100.pdf
Volume 3 -101.pdf
Volume 3 -102.pdf
Volume 3 -103.pdf
Volume 3 -104.pdf
Volume 3 -105.pdf
Volume 3 -106.pdf
Volume 3 -107.pdf
Volume 3 -108.pdf
Volume 3 -109.pdf
Volume 3 -110.pdf
Volume 3 -111.pdf
Volume 3 -112.pdf
Volume 3 -113.pdf
Volume 3 -114.pdf
Volume 3 -115.pdf
Volume 3 -116.pdf
Volume 3 -117.pdf
Volume 3 -118.pdf
Volume 3 -119.pdf
Volume 3 -120.pdf
Volume 3 -121.pdf
Volume 3 -122.pdf
Volume 3 -123.pdf
Volume 3 -124.pdf
Volume 3 -125.pdf
Volume 3 -126.pdf
Volume 3 -127.pdf
Volume 3 -128.pdf
Volume 3 -129.pdf
Volume 3 -130.pdf
Volume 3 -131.pdf
Volume 3 -132.pdf
Volume 3 -133.pdf
Volume 3 -134.pdf
Volume 3 -135.pdf
Volume 3 -136.pdf
Volume 3 -137.pdf
Volume 3 -138.pdf
Volume 3 -139.pdf
Volume 3 -140.pdf
Volume 3 -141.pdf
Volume 3 -142.pdf
Volume 3 -143.pdf
Volume 3 -144.pdf
Volume 3 -145.pdf
Volume 3 -146.pdf
Volume 3 -147.pdf
Volume 3 -148.pdf
Volume 3 -149.pdf
Volume 3 -150.pdf
Volume 3 -151.pdf
Volume 3 -152.pdf
Volume 3 -153.pdf
Volume 3 -154.pdf
Volume 3 -155.pdf
Volume 3 -156.pdf
Volume 3 -157.pdf
Volume 3 -158.pdf
Volume 3 -159.pdf
Volume 3 -160.pdf
Volume 3 -161.pdf
Volume 3 -162.pdf
Volume 3 -163.pdf
Volume 3 -164.pdf
Volume 3 -165.pdf
Volume 3 -166.pdf
Volume 3 -167.pdf
Volume 3 -168.pdf
Volume 3 -169.pdf
Volume 3 -170.pdf
Volume 3 -171.pdf
Volume 3 -172.pdf
Volume 3 -173.pdf
Volume 3 -174.pdf
Volume 3 -175.pdf
Volume 3 -176.pdf
Volume 3 -177.pdf
Volume 3 -178.pdf
Volume 3 -179.pdf
Volume 3 -180.pdf
Volume 3 -181.pdf
Volume 3 -182.pdf
Volume 3 -183.pdf
Volume 3 -184.pdf
Volume 3 -185.pdf
Volume 3 -186.pdf
Volume 3 -187.pdf
Volume 3 -188.pdf
Volume 3 -189.pdf
Volume 3 -190.pdf
Volume 3 -191.pdf
Volume 3 -192.pdf
Volume 3 -193.pdf
Volume 3 -194.pdf
Volume 3 -195.pdf
Volume 3 -196.pdf
Volume 3 -197.pdf
Volume 3 -198.pdf
Volume 3 -199.pdf
Volume 3 -200.pdf
Volume 3 -201.pdf
Volume 3 -202.pdf
Volume 3 -203.pdf
Volume 3 -204.pdf
Volume 3 -205.pdf
Volume 3 -206.pdf
Volume 3 -207.pdf
Volume 3 -208.pdf
Volume 3 -209.pdf
Volume 3 -210.pdf
Volume 3 -211.pdf
Volume 3 -212.pdf
Volume 3 -213.pdf
Volume 3 -214.pdf
Volume 3 -215.pdf
Volume 3 -216.pdf
Volume 3 -217.pdf
Volume 3 -218.pdf
Volume 3 -219.pdf
Volume 3 -220.pdf
Volume 3 -221.pdf
Volume 3 -222.pdf
Volume 3 -223.pdf
Volume 3 -224.pdf
Volume 3 -225.pdf
Volume 3 -226.pdf
Volume 3 -227.pdf
Volume 3 -228.pdf
Volume 3 -229.pdf
Volume 3 -230.pdf
Volume 3 -231.pdf
Volume 3 -232.pdf
Volume 3 -233.pdf
Volume 3 -234.pdf
Volume 3 -235.pdf
Volume 3 -236.pdf
Volume 3 -237.pdf
Volume 3 -238.pdf
Volume 3 -239.pdf
Volume 3 -240.pdf
Volume 3 -241.pdf
Volume 3 -242.pdf
Volume 3 -243.pdf
Volume 3 -244.pdf
Volume 3 -245.pdf
Volume 3 -246.pdf
Volume 3 -247.pdf
Volume 3 -248.pdf
Volume 3 -249.pdf
Volume 3 -250.pdf
Volume 3 -251.pdf
Volume 3 -252.pdf
Volume 3 -253.pdf
Volume 3 -254.pdf
Volume 3 -255.pdf
Volume 3 -256.pdf
Volume 3 -257.pdf
Volume 3 -258.pdf
Volume 3 -259.pdf
Volume 3 -260.pdf
Volume 3 -261.pdf
Volume 3 -262.pdf
Volume 3 -263.pdf
Volume 3 -264.pdf
Volume 3 -265.pdf
Volume 3 -266.pdf
Volume 3 -267.pdf
Volume 3 -268.pdf
Volume 3 -269.pdf
Volume 3 -270.pdf
Volume 3 -271.pdf
Volume 3 -272.pdf
Volume 3 -273.pdf
Volume 3 -274.pdf
Volume 3 -275.pdf
Volume 3 -276.pdf
Volume 3 -277.pdf
Volume 3 -278.pdf
Volume 3 -279.pdf
Volume 3 -280.pdf
Volume 3 -281.pdf
Volume 3 -282.pdf
Volume 3 -283.pdf
Volume 3 -284.pdf
Volume 3 -285.pdf
Volume 3 -286.pdf
Volume 3 -288.pdf
Volume 3 -289.pdf
Volume 3 -290.pdf
Volume 3 -291.pdf
Volume 3 -292.pdf
Volume 3 -293.pdf
Volume 3 -294.pdf
Volume 3 -295.pdf
Volume 3 -296.pdf
Volume 3 -297.pdf
Volume 3 -298.pdf
Volume 3 -299.pdf
Volume 3 -300.pdf
Volume 3 -301.pdf
Volume 3 -302.pdf
Volume 3 -303.pdf
Volume 3 -304.pdf
Volume 3 -305.pdf
Volume 3 -306.pdf
Volume 3 -307.pdf
Volume 3 -308.pdf
Volume 3 -309.pdf
Volume 3 -310.pdf
Volume 3 -311.pdf
Volume 3 -312.pdf
Volume 3 -313.pdf
Volume 3 -314.pdf
Volume 3 -315.pdf
Volume 3 -316.pdf
Volume 3 -317.pdf
Volume 3 -318.pdf
Volume 3 -319.pdf
Volume 3 -320.pdf
Volume 3 -321.pdf
Volume 3 -322.pdf
Volume 3 -323.pdf
Volume 3 -324.pdf
Volume 3 -325.pdf
Volume 3 -326.pdf
Volume 3 -327.pdf
Volume 3 -328.pdf
Volume 3 -329.pdf
Volume 3 -330.pdf
Volume 3 -331.pdf
Volume 3 -332.pdf
Volume 3 -333.pdf
Volume 3 -334.pdf
Volume 3 -335.pdf
Volume 3 -336.pdf
Volume 3 -337.pdf
Volume 3 -338.pdf
Volume 3 -339.pdf
Volume 3 -340.pdf
Volume 3 -341.pdf
Volume 3 -342.pdf
Volume 3 -343.pdf
Volume 3 -344.pdf
Volume 3 -345.pdf
Volume 3 -346.pdf
Volume 3 -347.pdf
Volume 3 -348.pdf
Volume 3 -349.pdf
Volume 3 -350.pdf
Volume 3 -351.pdf
Volume 3 -352.pdf
Volume 3 -353.pdf
Volume 3 -354.pdf
Volume 3 -355.pdf
Volume 3 -356.pdf
Volume 3 -357.pdf
Volume 3 -358.pdf
Volume 3 -359.pdf
Volume 3 -360.pdf
Volume 3 -361.pdf
Volume 3 -362.pdf
Volume 3 -363.pdf
Volume 3 -364.pdf
Volume 3 -365.pdf
Volume 3 -366.pdf
Volume 3 -367.pdf
Volume 3 -368.pdf
Volume 3 -369.pdf
Volume 3 -370.pdf
Volume 3 -371.pdf
Volume 3 -372.pdf
Volume 3 -373.pdf
Volume 3 -374.pdf
Volume 3 -375.pdf
Volume 3 -376.pdf
Volume 3 -377.pdf
Volume 3 -378.pdf
Volume 3 -379.pdf
Volume 3 -380.pdf
Volume 3 -381.pdf
Volume 3 -382.pdf
Volume 3 -383.pdf
Volume 3 -384.pdf
Volume 3 -385.pdf
Volume 3 -386.pdf
Volume 3 -387.pdf
Volume 3 -388.pdf
Volume 3 -389.pdf
Volume 3 -390.pdf
Volume 3 -391.pdf
Volume 3 -392.pdf
Volume 3 -393.pdf
Volume 3 -394.pdf
Volume 3 -395.pdf
Volume 3 -396.pdf
Volume 3 -397.pdf
Volume 3 -398.pdf
Volume 3 -399.pdf
Volume 3 -400.pdf
Volume 3 -401.pdf
Volume 3 -402.pdf
Volume 3 -403.pdf
Volume 3 -404.pdf
Volume 3 -405.pdf
Volume 3 -406.pdf
Volume 3 -407.pdf
Volume 3 -408.pdf
Volume 3 -409.pdf
Volume 3 -410.pdf
Volume 3 -411.pdf
Volume 3 -412.pdf
Volume 3 -413.pdf
Volume 3 -414.pdf
Volume 3 -415.pdf
Volume 3 -416.pdf
Volume 3 -417.pdf
Volume 3 -418.pdf
Volume 3 -419.pdf
Volume 3 -420.pdf
Volume 3 -421.pdf
Volume 3 -422.pdf
Volume 3 -423.pdf
Volume 3 -424.pdf
Volume 3 -425.pdf
Volume 3 -426.pdf
Volume 3 -427.pdf
Volume 3 -428.pdf
Volume 3 -429.pdf
Volume 3 -430.pdf
Volume 3 -431.pdf
Volume 3 -432.pdf
Volume 3 -433.pdf
Volume 3 -434.pdf
Volume 3 -435.pdf
Volume 3 -436.pdf
Volume 3 -437.pdf
Volume 3 -438.pdf
Volume 3 -439.pdf
Volume 3 -440.pdf
Volume 3 -441.pdf
Volume 3 -442.pdf
Volume 3 -443.pdf
Volume 3 -444.pdf
Volume 3 -445.pdf
Volume 3 -446.pdf
Volume 3 -447.pdf
Volume 3 -448.pdf
Volume 3 -449.pdf
Volume 3 -450.pdf
Volume 3 -451.pdf
Volume 3 -452.pdf
Volume 3 -453.pdf
Volume 3 -454.pdf
Volume 3 -455.pdf
Volume 3 -456.pdf
Volume 3 -457.pdf
Volume 3 -458.pdf
Volume 3 -459.pdf
Volume 3 -460.pdf
Volume 3 -461.pdf
Volume 3 -462.pdf
Volume 3 -463.pdf
Volume 3 -464.pdf
Volume 3 -465.pdf
Volume 3 -466.pdf
Volume 3 -467.pdf
Volume 3 -468.pdf
Volume 3 -469.pdf
Volume 3 -470.pdf
Volume 3 -471.pdf
Volume 3 -472.pdf
Volume 3 -473.pdf
Volume 3 -474.pdf
Volume 3 -475.pdf
Volume 3 -476.pdf
Volume 3 -477.pdf
Volume 3 -478.pdf
Volume 3 -479.pdf
Volume 3 -480.pdf
Volume 3 -481.pdf
Volume 3 -482.pdf
Volume 3 -483.pdf
Volume 3 -484.pdf
Volume 3 -485.pdf
Volume 3 -486.pdf
Volume 3 -487.pdf
Volume 3 -488.pdf
Volume 3 -489.pdf
Volume 3 -490.pdf
Volume 3 -491.pdf
Volume 3 -492.pdf
Volume 3 -493.pdf
Volume 3 -494.pdf
Volume 3 -495.pdf
Volume 3 -496.pdf
Volume 3 -497.pdf
Volume 3 -498.pdf
Volume 3 -499.pdf
Volume 3 -500.pdf
Volume 3 -501.pdf
Volume 3 -502.pdf
Volume 3 -503.pdf
Volume 3 -504.pdf
Volume 3 -505.pdf
Volume 3 -506.pdf
Volume 3 -507.pdf
Volume 3 -508.pdf
Volume 3 -509.pdf
Volume 3 -510.pdf
Volume 3 -511.pdf
Volume 3 -512.pdf
Volume 3 -513.pdf
Volume 3 -514.pdf
Volume 3 -515.pdf
Volume 3 -516.pdf
Volume 3 -517.pdf
Volume 3 -518.pdf
Volume 3 -519.pdf
Volume 3 -520.pdf
Volume 3 -521.pdf
Volume 3 -522.pdf
Volume 3 -523.pdf
Volume 3 -524.pdf
Volume 3 -525.pdf
Volume 3 -526.pdf
Volume 3 -527.pdf
Volume 3 -528.pdf
Volume 3 -529.pdf
Volume 3 -530.pdf
Volume 3 -531.pdf
Volume 3 -532.pdf
Volume 3 -533.pdf
Volume 3 -534.pdf
Volume 3 -535.pdf
Volume 3 -536.pdf
Volume 3 -537.pdf
Volume 3 -538.pdf
Volume 3 -539.pdf
Volume 3 -540.pdf
Volume 3 -541.pdf
Volume 3 -542.pdf
Volume 3 -543.pdf
Volume 3 -544.pdf
Volume 3 -545.pdf
Volume 3 -546.pdf
Volume 3 -547.pdf
Volume 3 -548.pdf
Volume 3 -549.pdf
Volume 3 -550.pdf
Volume 3 -551.pdf
Volume 3 -552.pdf
Volume 3 -553.pdf
Volume 3 -554.pdf
Volume 3 -555.pdf
Volume 3 -556.pdf
Volume 3 -557.pdf
Volume 3 -558.pdf
Volume 3 -559.pdf
Volume 3 -560.pdf
Volume 3 -561.pdf
Volume 3 -562.pdf
Volume 3 -563.pdf
Volume 3 -564.pdf
Volume 3 -565.pdf
Volume 3 -566.pdf
Volume 3 -567.pdf
Volume 3 -568.pdf
Volume 3 -569.pdf
Volume 3 -570.pdf
Volume 3 -571.pdf
Volume 3 -572.pdf
Volume 3 -573.pdf
Volume 3 -574.pdf
Volume 3 -575.pdf
Volume 3 -576.pdf
Volume 3 -577.pdf
Volume 3 -578.pdf
Volume 3 -579.pdf
Volume 3 -580.pdf
Volume 3 -581.pdf
Volume 3 -582.pdf
Volume 3 -583.pdf
Volume 3 -584.pdf
Volume 3 -585.pdf
Volume 3 -586.pdf
Volume 3 -587.pdf
Volume 3 -588.pdf
Volume 3 -589.pdf
Volume 3 -590.pdf
Volume 3 -591.pdf
Volume 3 -592.pdf
Volume 3 -593.pdf
Volume 3 -594.pdf
Volume 3 -595.pdf
Volume 3 -596.pdf
Volume 3 -597.pdf
Volume 3 -598.pdf
Volume 3 -599.pdf
Volume 3 -600.pdf
Volume 3 -601.pdf
Volume 3 -602.pdf
Volume 3 -603.pdf
Volume 3 -604.pdf
Volume 3 -605.pdf
Volume 3 -606.pdf
Volume 3 -607.pdf
Volume 3 -608.pdf
Volume 3 -609.pdf
Volume 3 -610.pdf
Volume 3 -611.pdf
Volume 3 -612.pdf
Volume 3 -613.pdf
Volume 3 -614.pdf
Volume 3 -615.pdf
Volume 3 -616.pdf
Volume 3 -617.pdf
Volume 3 -618.pdf
Volume 3 -619.pdf
Volume 3 -620.pdf
Volume 3 -621.pdf
Volume 3 -622.pdf
Volume 3 -623.pdf
Volume 3 -624.pdf
Volume 3 -625.pdf
Volume 3 -626.pdf
Volume 3 -627.pdf
                        
Document Text Contents
Page 1

International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers-3

ACTORS
and

ACTRESSES
FOURTH EDITION

EDITORS

TOM PENDERGAST
SARA PENDERGAST

Page 2

International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers-3

ACTORS
and

ACTRESSES

Page 672

KINGSLEYACTORS AND ACTRESSES, 4th EDITION

665

KINGSLEY, Ben

Nationality: British. Born: Krishna Banji in Scarborough, England,
31 December 1943. Education: Attended Manchester Grammar
School; Salford University, M.A. (hon.); assoc. artist, Royal Shake-
speare Co., 1968. Family: Married 1) the actress Angela Morant;
2) Alison Sutcliffe, 1978; children: Edmund William Macaulay,
Ferdinand James Macaulay, Thomas Alexis, Jasmin Anna. Career:
Appeared in plays including Hamlet, 1975–76, Edmund Kean, 1981–83,
Othello, 1985–86; 1973—film debut in Fear Is the Key; 1984—in TV
mini-series documentary Playing Shakespeare; 1987—in TV mini-
series The Secret of the Sahara. Awards: Best Actor and Best
Newcomer, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1982, Best
Actor, Standard Film Awards London, 1983, and Best Actor Acad-
emy Award, 1983, for Gandhi; Distinguished Service Award, for
Murderers among Us: The Simon Wiesenthal Story, 1989; Best Actor,
Golden Camera Berlin award, and Evening Standard Film award, for
Schindler’s List, 1995; Fantosporto (Portugal) Special Career Award,
1995. Address: c/o Zakiya & Associates, 110 St. Martin’s Lane,
London WC2N 4AD, England.

Films as Actor:

1973 Fear Is the Key (Tuchner) (as Roche)
1982 Gandhi (Attenborough) (title role); The Merry Wives of

Windsor (David Jones—for TV) (as Frank Ford)
1983 Betrayal (David Jones) (as Robert)
1984 Sleeps Six (James Cellan Jones)
1985 Harem (Joffe) (as Selim); Turtle Diary (Irvin) (as William

Snow); Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe (Giles Foster—
for TV) (title role); Camille (Desmond Davis—for TV)
(as Duval)

1987 Testimony (Tony Palmer) (as Dmitri Shostakovich); Maurice
(Ivory) (as Lasker-Jones)

1988 Pascali’s Island (Dearden) (as Basil Pascali); Without a Clue
(Sherlock and Me) (Eberhardt) (as Dr. Watson)

1989 Slipstream (Lisberger) (as Avatar); Murderers among Us:
The Simon Wiesenthal Story (Brian Gibson—for TV) (ti-
tle role)

1990 The Children (Tony Palmer) (as Martin Boyne); Una Vita
Scellerata (A Violent Life) (Battiato); The Fifth Monkey
(Rochat) (as Cunda); Romeo-Juliet (Acosta) (voice only)

1991 L’Amour necessario (Necessary Love) (Fabio Capri) (as
Ernesto); Bugsy (Levinson) (as Meyer Lansky); The War
That Never Ends (Jack Gold—for TV) (as Pericles)

1992 Sneakers (Robinson) (as Cosmo); Freddie as F.R.O.7 (Freddy
the Frog) (Acevski—animation) (as voice of Freddie)

1993 Dave (Reitman) (as Vice President Nance); Schindler’s List
(Spielberg) (as Itzhak Stern); Searching for Bobby Fisher
(Innocent Moves) (Zaillian) (as Bruce Pandolfini)

1994 Death and the Maiden (Polanski) (as Dr. Roberto Miranda);
Liberation (Schwartzmann—doc) (as narrator)

1995 Joseph (Roger Young—for TV) (as Potiphar); Species (Don-
aldson) (as Xavier Fitch)

1996 Twelfth Night (Trevor Nunn) (as Feste); Moses (Young)
(as Moses)

1997 The Assignment (Duguay) (as Amos); Weapons of Mass
Destruction (Surjik) (as Julian Messenger); Photographing
Fairies (Willing) (as Reverend Templeton)

1998 Parting Shots (Winner) (as Renzo Locatelli); The Tale of
Sweeney Todd (Schlesinger) (as Sweeney Todd); Crime
and Punishment (Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment)
(Sargent—mini for TV) (as Porfiry)

1999 A Force More Powerful (York) (as narrator); The Confession
(David Hugh Jones) (as Harry Fertig); Alice in Wonderland
(Willing—for TV) (as Major Caterpillar); Peace Is Every
Step: Meditation in Action—The Life and Work of Thich
Nhat Hanh (Maida) (as narrator); Spooky House (Sachs) (as
The Great Zamboni)

2000 What Planet Are You From? (Nichols) (as Graydon); Rules of
Engagement (Friedkin) (as Ambassador Mourain); Till the
End of Time (Rydell) (as Alfred Stieglitz)

Publications

By KINGSLEY: books—

Ganen, Anita, and Kingsley, Ben (contributor), The Young Person’s
Guide to the Orchestra: Benjamin Britten’s Compositions on CD,
New York, 1996.

By KINGSLEY: articles—

‘‘In Search of Ghandi,’’ interview with W. Allen and N. Kent, in Stills
(London), November-December 1982.

Interview with Michael Buckley, in Films in Review (New York),
January 1983.

‘‘La magnifica obsesion,’’ interview with B. Valle, in Casablanca,
April 1983.

Interview with Dominique Benjamin, in Séquences (Montreal), Janu-
ary 1986.

‘‘Le plaisir des mots,’’ interview with Yves Alion, in Revue du
Cinéma (Paris), December 1988.

‘‘Pascalis tragedi,’’ interview with P. Nore and F. Skarderud, in
Chaplin (Stockholm), vol. 31 no. 2, 1989.

On KINGSLEY: articles—

Current Biography 1983, New York, 1983.
Golightly, Bill, ‘‘Ben Kingsley,’’ Horizon (New York), March-

April 1989.
Morrison, Mark, Arion Berger, Kathy Bishop, and Steve Pond,

‘‘Double Impact,’’ in Harper’s Bazaar (New York), Decem-
ber 1991.

Connelly, Christopher, ‘‘The Young and the Restless,’’ in Premiere
(New York), October 1992.

Case, Brian & Charity, Tom, ‘‘The Reich Stuff: Oskar Winner,’’ in
Time Out (London), 9 February 1994.

Page 673

KINGSLEY ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, 4th EDITION

666

Ben Kingsley (right) with Martin Sheen in Gandhi

Mury, Cécile, ‘‘Ben et ses doubles,’’ in Télérama (Paris), 15
March 1995.

Heilpern, John, ‘‘Empire of the Stage,’’ in Vanity Fair (New York),
November 1995.

* * *

Ben Kingsley rose to fame as the star of Richard Attenborough’s
biopic Gandhi (1981), his second screen appearance following a sup-
porting role in the Alistair MacLean thriller Fear Is the Key released
almost a decade earlier. Actor Attenborough had sought to film the
life of the martyred Indian leader since the 1960s after turning
producer-director. His friend and mentor, David Lean, had been
fascinated with the subject for a long time as well, but had been unable
to secure financing or approvals from the various powers that be in
and out of the government of India necessary to shoot the film on
location. Attenborough persevered, using a substantial amount of his
own money to develop the project, which eventually found a backer in
Goldcrest Entertainment. After considerable give and take (mostly
give), the director received permission to film his considerably

watered down, politically correct look at the life and times of Gandhi
in India. His boldest stroke was casting the unknown Kingsley, whose
father was Indian and mother British, in the title role. On screen for
most of the epic’s rather ponderous 188 minutes, Kingsley carried the
weight of the film almost entirely on his own shoulders and did so
magnificently, delivering a performance of such restrained fire and
spiritual strength that he earned a Best Actor Oscar. Though he has the
unique ability to portray diverse ethnic types quite convincingly
without resorting to make-up (in much the same way that Meryl
Streep carries off foreign accents), Kingsley’s selection of roles and
films since then are somewhat of a mixed bag.

The pretentious Betrayal (1983), from a play by Harold Pinter,
found Kingsley in a love triangle with Jeremy Irons and Patricia
Hodge, the central gimmick of which is that the events of the story
unfold in reverse, beginning with their resolution. He played an Arab
sheik who kidnaps Nastassja Kinski for his desert nights in the sex-
and-sand epic Harem (1985), a French-made extravaganza marked by
all the subtlety of a Harlequin Romance novel. In the gentle drama
Turtle Diary (1985), scripted by Pinter, he and Glenda Jackson play
a pair of shy people who form a romantic relationship based on their
mutual need to save some giant turtles in a zoo. As Dr. Watson in

Page 1343

4,�:84, :�9�:4�)V,"�8/%�,4��,"�/)%%)%!�B ��)�:�:84

��B=

)������ ��.������
"������.�


�����.
�����
2������.
����5"�� ��
0����.�������
/�������.��

$�������"����
$���������"���
��
"�������"������
0�����"���� ��
0
���"�����
/
�����"
����
%����"
�����

�����"����
�� ���"������
����������5 �
��
0���������
/
��� ��
��
����
���)���

0
�����+������
/�����+������
�� ���+����
,���� �+�����
0
���1������
2����1���
0
���1����


,����1�������
/�(�2�����

��������2�����
0����2�
����
,������2������
,� �
���2
�����
.
��2
�����
������2

���
����
��2

���
0
���2��
0������:�
��
1������0����

"�����0
���

.
����’���
��
’���’������
���
����’���
.���’�������
"����
����� ��
3������ ����
$������ �
��


0�����$��

$���
���$��

���
)
���$�1���

:���$�’�����
3��
��$� �����
0
���$����
2�����$�����
������4����
:�
��4
����

1����8�����
��������8������

��������������
�� ���
� �� �
�� �
$�������/�������

3�������/�������
8������/���
/�����/�������

$�������/�������

����/

$������ �/� ����
��
1�
����%������
�� ���%������
/
��� �%��
$������%�� �
��������% ���
)������ ������

�����5��
���
)������
���

�� ���#� ��

)������� �

’� ��������
$�������9
��
%��������9
��

Canadian
1�����R���.�J
��
0���"�����
������4������

�����%� �������

Chinese
1
��� �
P��
����

Czech
3��� �����.�
���U
2����� �


Danish
,����’�����
2������$�����
,� ��4������
"����%����� �Q�

Dutch
������
���

Egyptian
8����%�����

French
:��������,�J���
,�
���,��N�
+�����,����
,��� �
% N������,�����
�������,� ����
.���� ��.���

0���5
����.������
4� ������.���
0���5�����.���
��

0�����.����
0���� ��.��
���
.�������.����
%��������.
������
�������.�������
������"��

$�������"��������

,�����"���
$����������

����������������(
,��������

"� �N������������
1N��������������
+��������
)�
����+�����R��
�������+������
0����1����
,�����1�����

:��������2�����

����0
�����

����0
���
0���5������� N���
0����$�����
$�
�5$�

9����$
� ���
0������$
����
$���R���$
����
���������4
���
1N������������
$����������
��
$���������������
/����
���������%�����
%��
���%���
��
%��
���%��

0���5
�������� �����
"�������3����

German
2
�� �.����
��
.���� ��2���
4�� ���J��’�����
,�����$������5% ���
/K������3
����
������������

Greek
$������$���
���
:����������

Hong Kong
0������"���

Indian
%�������,���
%
��� ���"�� ��J��
������’����
%�� ���� ��

Irish
’���� ��.������
�������.�
����
"�����"�����
.�����+� �������
/�������2�����
����4���

�� ���87�

��

Italian
/
���
�.������
+���������.�� ���

Page 1344

4,�:84, :�9�:4�)V ,"�8/%�,4��,"�/)%%)%!�B ��)�:�:84

��?D

"�������"��������
1��
�"����
,��
�+������
3�
��
�1������
1����
��
�������
%
�����
���
,����$������
%�������$�����

1����� ��$�����
$������
�$�� �
�����
:��������/
��������
,����
�%
���
,�����3����
$
�����3� �
1����$�����3

� N

Japanese
%� ���
�2���
’���
�2�����

’�

�’���

$�����
�’�


����
�$�����
$��������$
��
"������/��
��������%������
2����
���������
’����
�������
9

��������

:�����9�����
%
�9�������

Mexican
����
�,�����L���
"�� ��I��


��������/�

$��T��+N��(
����
�:���� �

New Zealander
/�������"�



Norwegian
���#������

Polish
0���4

����
�������8���������

Russian
%������.
��������
4��
����"�������

:����"�����
��
$������ �������
%������$��
�� ���
8����$��7����

4
����$
�����
��
:����$
������
9����4������

���
��8��
��
8����9���
����

Scottish
/
��� �"������

Spanish
3��
����,����
,�
��
�.�������
"������$����
+������
�/��

Swedish
.����,������

2����� �,������

:������.������
1������.JS��� ����
)�����������
)������0
�����

����8���
:������������
$�(��
��%��

$���P� ������

Swiss
9���.������
.���
�1���
$�����%�����
$�(��������%�����
$������%��


Similer Documents