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Bruce Payne

Knowledge Identifier: +Bruce_Payne


Bruce Payne

Award winning English character actor and producer and was a member of the 1980s Brit Pack add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1958.

Countries: United States (50%), United Kingdom (35%), France (3%)

Main connections: Oliver Stone, Dolph Lundgren, The Getaway (1972 film)

Linked to: Radio Times, The Daily Telegraph, Time Out, Daily Mirror




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Bruce Payne was born in 1958 add something


"'Bruce Martyn Payne"' is an award winning English character actor and producer and was a member of the 1980s Brit Pack add something


The film is the second remake of the 1972 film "The Getaway" which starred Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw add something


Eight of sixteen Hollywood films about terrorism in the 1980s and 1990s cast British actors as the terrorist add something


Payne graduated from RADA in 1981 with seven major prizes for acting, comedy and physical presence add something


In 1983 he appeared in Michael Mann's horror film "The Keep", alongside Scott Glenn, Gabriel Byrne, Jürgen Prochnow, Alberta Watson and Ian McKellen, as a border guard add something


In 1985 Payne was cast as a "committed", known as 'The One' in director Alan Clarke's snooker musical "Billy the Kid and the Green Baize Vampire" add something


In 1986 both Payne and Berkoff appeared in Julien Temple's musical "Absolute Beginners" along with David Bowie, Eddie O'Connell, James Fox, Lionel Blair and Edward Tudor-Pole add something


In 1987 Payne appeared in two episodes of the Thames Television Drama "Lost Belongings", which was set in Ulster, as a journalist named Simon Hunt add something


Rea and Payne had previously appeared together in "Lost Belongings" in 1987 add something


The film journalist and editor, Ann Lloyd, selected Payne as the most promising newcomer of 1987 for his role in the film add something


Payne, Harper and Fairbrass had all appeared in the 1989 film "For Queen and Country" add something


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 add something


In 1990 Payne appeared in the ITV detective series "Yellowthread Street" which was set in Hong Kong and was based on the novels by author William Leonard Marshall add something


In 1991 Payne was cast as the Devil in "Switch" which was the penultimate film directed by Blake Edwards add something


In 1993, Payne turned "total wolf" playing a "charismatic" werewolf named Adam Garou, opposite Mario Van Peebles and Patsy Kensit, in "Full Eclipse", which was directed by Anthony Hickox add something


Payne directed the same play in 1993 with Adam Ant playing the lead role add something


Alec Baldwin, Kim Basinger, Michael Madsen, James Woods, Jennifer Tilly and Philip Seymour Hoffman all appeared in the first remake of the film, titled "The Getaway", in 1994 add something


In 1994, Payne played General Martin Dupre in "The Cisco Kid" which starred Jimmy Smits, Sadie Frost and Ron Perlman add something


The film won the award for the best special effects at the 1994 Fantafestival add something


Hilary Swank - In 1995 she appeared with British actor Bruce Payne in "Kounterfeit"


Payne appeared alongside Corbin Bernsen again in the 1996 film "Kounterfeit" as a "seasoned former criminal" named Frankie add something


Payne has appeared alongside Lance Henriksen on another two occasions, in "No Contest II" in 1997 and in the dystopian classic "Paranoia 1,0" in 2004 add something


In 1998, Payne played Cecil Hopper in the film "Sweepers", a Doctor who teams up with Dolph Lundgren's character, Christian Erickson, to disarm mine fields in a humanitarian minesweeping operation in Angola add something


Dolph Lundgren - Later in 1998, Dolph appeared alongside Bruce Payne and Claire Stansfield in "Sweepers" as Christian Erickson, a leading demolition expert and head of an elite team of specialists, trained to disarm mine fields in a humanitarian minesweeping operation in Angola


In 2001, Payne appeared in the horror film "Ripper" as a 'world renowned' "wimpish" University lecturer, Marshall Kane, whose students are targeted by a serial killer attempting to emulate Jack the Ripper add something


In 2002 Payne appeared with his friend Steven Berkoff in Gérard Pirès' first English-language film "Steal" as a "crazed" corrupt "hardboiled cop", Lieutenant Macgruder, who attempts to pressurise a group of bank robbers led by Slim into sharing the money that they have appropriated with him, but is subsequently caught by his colleague Karen add something


In 2003 Payne appeared in the horror film "Asylum of the Damned", which was directed by Philip J Jones and starred Matt Stasi, Tracy Scoggins and Bill McKinney add something


In November 2005, Payne was arrested at Heathrow Airport after disembarking a flight from Los Angeles and was later cautioned for using "threatening behaviour" add something


In 2007, Payne played a forensic pathologist named Doctor Robert Goldring in the psychological thriller "Messages" add something


Jeff Fahey - In 2007 he starred in "Messages" with Bruce Payne


In 2008, Payne appeared alongside Serena Scott Thomas, Grace Zabriskie and Brett Cullen in the psychological drama "Brothel", which was directed by Amy Waddell add something


The film is not dissimilar to the 2009 film "Law Abiding Citizen" for which Wimmer wrote the story and in which the main character, Clyde Shelton , attempts to avenge the murder of his wife and daughter add something


Payne was one of the attendants at the private screening of Oliver Stone's "South of the Border" in Los Angeles in June 2010 along with Benicio del Toro and James Brolin add something


In 2011, Payne appeared in the horror film "Prowl", which starred Courtney Hope, Ruta Gedmintas, Josh Bowman and Saxon Trainor add something


Payne appeared in "Carmen's Kiss" which starred Vivienne Harvey and Hugo Speer and was released in July 2011 add something


In 2012 Payne voiced a demon in the found footage horror film "Greystone Park" which starred Sean Stone, Oliver Stone, Alexander Wraith and Pete Antico, and was the directorial debut of Sean Stone add something


In August 2012, Payne attended the world premiere of the Frank Harper directed film "St George's Day" at the Odeon in Covent Garden, London add something


The film is due to be released in December 2012 add something


Payne has been cast alongside Ethan Hawke, Selena Gomez, Jon Voight, Paul Freeman and Rebecca Budig in the action film "Getaway" which is being directed by Courtney Solomon and Yaron Levy and is set to be released in 2013 add something


In 2015 Payne played Winston in "Re-Kill" add something


East End Film Festival - In 2018 Payne appeared in the Anthology film "London Unplugged", which premiered at the East End Film Festival add something