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Alan Rickman

Knowledge Identifier: +Alan_Rickman


Alan Rickman

English actor of stage and screen add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1946.

Countries: United Kingdom (41%), United States (30%), Ireland (6%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: A Little Chaos, Theresa Rebeck, Matthias Schoenaerts

Linked to: Los Angeles Times, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Chelsea College of Art and Design, Labour Party




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Alan Rickman was born in 1946 add something


In 1965, at the age of 19, Rickman met his girlfriend Rima Horton, a Labour party councillor on Kensington and Chelsea London Borough Council 1986-2006 add something


They began living together in 1977 add something


In 1978, he played with the Court Drama Group, performing in several plays, most notably "Romeo and Juliet" and "A View from the Bridge" add something


In 1982, British television audiences came to know Alan Rickman as the Reverend Obadiah Slope in the BBC's adaptation of "Barchester Towers" known as The Barchester Chronicles add something


In 1985, Rickman was given the male lead, the Vicomte de Valmont, in the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Christopher Hampton's "Les Liaisons Dangereuses", directed by Howard Davies add something


Before that, he performed in Yukio Ninagawa's "Tango at the End of Winter" in London's West End and the Riverside Studio production of "Hamlet" in 1991, directed by Robert Sturua add something


Michael Wincott - In 1991, director Kevin Reynolds cast Wincott alongside Kevin Costner and Morgan Freeman in "Robin Hood Prince of Thieves", where he portrayed Guy of Gisborne, the devious cousin of the Sheriff of Nottingham played by Alan Rickman


In 1992, he was the "master of ceremonies" on Mike Oldfield's album "Tubular Bells II" where he read off a list of instruments on the album add something


Lindsay Duncan - Her mother was affected by Alzheimer's disease and died in 1994; she inspired Sharman Macdonald to write the play "The Winter Guest" , which was later adapted as a film by Alan Rickman


Rickman had directed "The Winter Guest" at London's Almeida Theatre in 1995 and the film version of the same play in 1996 starring Emma Thompson and her real life mother Phyllida Law add something


Rickman was chosen by "Empire" as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history in 1995 and ranked No 59 in "Empire"'s "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list in October 1997 add something


His previous stage performance was as Mark Antony, opposite Helen Mirren as Cleopatra, in the Royal National Theatre's production of "Antony and Cleopatra" at the Olivier Theatre in London, which ran from 20 October to 3 December 1998 add something


Helen Mirren - Mirren had an unhappy experience at the National Theatre in 1998 when she played Cleopatra to Alan Rickman's Antony


Sean Mathias - Other London directorial credits include "Antony and Cleopatra", starring Alan Rickman and Helen Mirren, in 1998, and Tennessee Williams' "Suddenly Last Summer" with Sheila Gish in 1999


Judas Kiss (1998 film) - "'Judas Kiss"' is a 1998 American crime thriller film that starred Alan Rickman, Emma_Thompson, Roscoe Lee Browne, Carla Gugino, Simon Baker-Denny, Gil Bellows, Richard Riehle, and Til Schweiger


In 2000, Rickman appeared in "Victoria Wood with All The Trimmings", a Christmas special by Victoria Wood, playing an aged colonel in the battle of Waterloo who is forced to break off his engagement to Honeysuckle Weeks' character add something


Tim Allen - Also in 2000 he starred in the sci-fi parody "Galaxy Quest" alongside Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman and Sam Rockwell


Severus Snape - Actor Alan Rickman portrayed Snape in all eight "Harry Potter" films, released between 2001 and 2011


Blow Dry - "'Blow Dry"' is a 2001 British comedy film directed by Paddy Breathnach, written by Simon Beaufoy and starring Alan Rickman, Natasha_Richardson, Rachel Griffiths, and Josh Hartnett


Rickman was one of the many artists who recited Shakespearian sonnets on the 2002 album" When Love Speaks", and is featured prominently in a music video by the band Texas entitled "In Demand", which premiered on Europe MTV in August 2000 add something


Rickman has performed on stage in Noël Coward's romantic comedy "Private Lives", which transferred to Broadway after its successful run in London at the Albery Theatre and ended in September 2002 add something


Rickman became Vice-Chairman of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 2003 add something


Lucia Moniz - Moniz's break into the international scene occurred in 2003 when she played the role of Aurélia in the movie "Love Actually", taking her place among a stellar cast that included Colin Firth, Hugh Grant, Alan Rickman, Emma_Thompson, Liam Neeson and Rodrigo Santoro


He compiled and directed the play "My Name Is Rachel Corrie" in April 2005 at the Royal Court Theatre, London, and won the Theatre Goers' Choice awards for Best Director add something


Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007 film) - In December 2007 of 2006, Alan Rickman was cast


Bryan Greenberg - Greenberg starred in "October Road" on ABC and appeared with Alan Rickman in the film "Nobel Son" in 2008


In 2009 and 2010 Rickman ranked once again as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars by "Empire", both times Rickman was placed 8th out of the 50 actors chosen add something


Rickman appeared as Absolem the Caterpillar in Burton's 2010 film "Alice in Wonderland" add something


In May 2010, he finished directing Strindberg's play "Creditors" at the Brooklyn Academy of Music Harvey Theatre after its previous run at London's Donmar Warehouse in 2008 add something


In October and November 2010, Rickman starred in the eponymous role in Henrik Ibsen's "John Gabriel Borkman" at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin alongside Lindsay Duncan and Fiona Shaw add something


Fiona Shaw - In November 2010, Shaw starred in Ibsen's "John Gabriel Borkman" at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin alongside Alan Rickman and Lindsay Duncan


This production subsequently travelled to the Brooklyn Academy of Music for performances in January and February 2011 add something


On 21 November 2011, Rickman opened in "Seminar", a new play by Theresa Rebeck, at the John Golden Theatre on Broadway add something


Hamish Linklater - He made his Broadway debut in October 2011 in Theresa Rebeck's new play "Seminar" opposite Alan Rickman, Jerry O'Connell, Lily Rabe, and Hettienne Park


Theresa Rebeck - Her play "Seminar" will play on Broadway starting in October 2011, and stars Alan Rickman


Jerry O'Connell - The play, directed by Sam Gold, opened on November 20, 2011, starring Alan Rickman, Lily_Rabe, Hamish Linklater and Hettienne Park


Rickman is to star with Colin Firth and Cameron Diaz in a remake of 1966's "Gambit" by the Coen brothers add something


Alex Pettyfer - In mid 2012, it was announced that Pettyfer would star in "The Butler", alongside Nicole Kidman, John Cusack, Alan Rickman, Cuba Gooding Jnr and Forest Whitaker


Clerks - On March 29, 2012, Smith expressed his interest in producing "Clerks III" as a Broadway play after seeing the Theresa Rebeck comedy "Seminar" starring Alan Rickman, whom Smith had previously worked with on "Dogma"


In 2013, he will be playing Hilly Kristal, the founder of the famous East Village punk-rock club CBGB, in the "CBGB" movie with Rupert Grint add something


Donal Logue - He is in the cast of two movies slated for release in 2013: "CBGB" with Alan Rickman and "9 Full Moons" with Amy Seimetz and Bret Roberts


A Little Chaos - Producer Zygi Kamasa of Lionsgate said that "We are delighted to be working with the best of British actors and directors like Kate Winslet and Alan Rickman as we move forward in doubling our investment in British films in 2014


A Little Chaos - "'A Little Chaos"' is a 2014 British period drama film directed by Alan Rickman and written by Allison Deegan


Kate Winslet - As of July 2014, Winslet will appear alongside Matthias Schoenaerts in Alan Rickman's period drama "A Little Chaos" about rival landscape gardeners commissioned by Louis XIV to create a fountain at Versailles


Beth Winslet - As of July 2014, Winslet will appear alongside Matthias Schoenaerts in Alan Rickman's period drama "A Little Chaos" about rival landscape gardeners commissioned by Louis XIV to create a fountain at Versailles


Kate Winslet - As of August 2014, Winslet will appear alongside Matthias Schoenaerts in Alan Rickman's period drama "A Little Chaos" about rival landscape gardeners commissioned by Louis XIV to create a fountain at Versailles and in John Hillcoat's crime-thriller drama "Triple Nine"


A Little Chaos - Three images from the film featuring Winslet, Alan Rickman and Jennifer Ehle were released on 27 August 2014


In 2015 Rickman revised his partnership with Sharleen Spiteri for Texas' new song "Start a Family" add something


In August 2015, Rickman suffered a minor stroke, which led to the diagnosis of pancreatic cancer add something


Andre Le Notre - André Le Nôtre was played by Matthias Schoenaerts in the 2015 film "A Little Chaos", directed by Alan Rickman


Sonoma International Film Festival - The 2015 festival featured the U.S. debut of "A Little Chaos", the first feature film directed by Alan Rickman


Olivia Cooke - On 17 April 2015, it was additionally reported that Cooke would star in the film adaptation of "Dan Leno and the Limehouse Golem", a gothic murder mystery, opposite Alan Rickman and Douglas Booth


On 14 January 2016, Rickman died in a London hospital, surrounded by friends and relatives add something


Rickman died of pancreatic cancer on 14 January 2016 at the age of 69 add something


His remains were cremated on February 3, 2016 in the West London Crematorium in Kensal Green add something


In 2018, "Empire" magazine listed Rickman's portrayals of the Sheriff of Nottingham and Hans Gruber on their list of the greatest villains of all time, writing; add something