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Bob Hoskins

Knowledge Identifier: +Bob_Hoskins


Bob Hoskins

Retired English actor known for playing Cockneys and gangsters add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1942.

Countries: United Kingdom (65%), United States (25%), Italy (4%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Winona Ryder, Shane Meadows, Christina Ricci

Linked to: Pink Floyd, Romani people, Twitter, BBC




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Bob Hoskins was born in 1942 add something


In 1967, aged 25, Hoskins spent a short period of time in kibbutz Zikim in Israel add something


Hoskins' acting career started in 1969 at the Unity Theatre add something


Jimmy O'Connor (author) - O'Connor continued to write for television and regained some acclaim with the 1973 "Play for Today" episode "On Her Majesty's Pleasure" which brought critical attention to a young actor by the name of Bob Hoskins


During the late 1980s and early 1990s he appeared in advertising for the recently privatised companies of British Gas and British Telecom add something


Rosemary Leach - In 1981 she played Emilia opposite Bob Hoskins's Iago in the BBC Shakespeare's production of "Othello"


Richard Eyre - He had previously directed a noted revival of "Guys and Dolls" for the venue in 1982, with Olivier *award-winner Julia McKenzie and Bob Hoskins


Joaquim de Almeida - His first significant role came in a 1983 film, "The Honorary Consul", where he starred alongside Michael Caine, Richard Gere and Bob Hoskins, being his first appearance in an American film


Benito Mussolini - Another 1985 movie was "Mussolini and I", in which Bob Hoskins plays the dictator


David Leland - In 1986 he wrote the screenplay for the thriller-drama "Mona Lisa", featuring Bob Hoskins


Bruce Payne - The series ran from 1989 to 1996, won four *awards and featured guest appearances from Daniel Craig, Tim Curry, Timothy Dalton, Jane Horrocks, Bob Hoskins, Malcolm_McDowell, Ewan McGregor, Demi Moore, Joe Pesci, Brad Pitt, Tim Roth, David Warner and many other notable actors and actresses


Trevor Peacock - He was the Gravedigger in Franco Zeffirelli's 1990 film version of "Hamlet", and the Innkeeper in the 2000 made-for-television film version of "Don Quixote", starring John Lithgow and Bob Hoskins


Cher - In 1990, Cher starred in the modest box office success Mermaids with Bob Hoskins, Winona_Ryder, and Christina Ricci.


Patty Dann - In 1990, it was made into a movie starring Cher, Winona Ryder, Bob Hoskins and Christina Ricci


Natasha Richardson - In 1991, she appeared in "The Favour, the Watch and the Very Big Fish" alongside Bob Hoskins


Bruce Jones (actor) - He appeared in the Shane Meadows film "Twenty Four Seven" with actor Bob Hoskins in 1996, before joining the cast of the ITV soap "Coronation Street", playing the role of Les Battersby


Chris Rea - Rea has been an actor, playing the lead in the 1999 comedy film, "Parting Shots", alongside Felicity Kendal, John Cleese, Bob Hoskins and Joanna Lumley


Felicia's Journey (film) - "'Felicia's Journey"' is a 1999 British film starring Elaine Cassidy and Bob Hoskins, based on a prize-winning 1994 novel of the same name by William Trevor, and directed by Atom Egoyan


Christopher Hall (producer) - Hall's best known productions include The Lost World starring Peter Falk, Bob Hoskins, James Fox and Matthew Rhys in 2001


Jamie T - Two videos were made for song; the first video in 2006 consisted of monkeys living in a house and short clips of Jamie singing, while the second video in 2007 features actor Bob Hoskins walking along the River Thames lip synching to the lyrics


In a 2007 interview, he revealed that despite getting praised for his performance on the film, he was extremely unhappy with the film and was greatly angered by his experiences making it, referring to it as the "worst thing I ever did" add something


Jody Latham - In 2007 he appeared in "Ruby Blue" with Bob Hoskins - Latham's first film role


Abel Ferrara - In 2007, he directed a comedy with Modine, Bob Hoskins and Willem Dafoe, "Go Go Tales"


In 2009, Hoskins made a return to British television in Jimmy McGovern's drama serial "The Street", where he played a publican who stands up to a local gangster add something


For this role he received his first Emmy when he won Best Actor at the 2010 International Emmys add something


Made in Dagenham - The film stars Sally Hawkins, Bob Hoskins, Miranda_Richardson, Geraldine James, Rosamund Pike, Andrea Riseborough, Jaime Winstone, Daniel May 2010 s and Richard Schiff


Hoskins announced his retirement from acting entirely on 8 August 2012, due to his ongoing battle with Parkinson's disease add something


On 8 August 2012, Hoskins announced his retirement from acting after being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2011 add something

Bob Hoskins died in 2014 add something


On 29 April 2014, Hoskins died from pneumonia add something


Shane Meadows - In 2014 Meadows aroused controversy with his statement of condolence on the BBC website for the late actor Bob Hoskins when he referred to people who don't fly first class as "chickens" who sit in "twerp class