Knowledge Identifier: +Gary_Oldman
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1958.
Countries: United States (44%), United Kingdom (26%), (9%)
Linked to: TalkTalk Group, Royal Shakespeare Company, Blockbuster Inc., Democratic Party
Oldman married his first wife Lesley Manville in 1987 but left her in 1989 three months after their son, Alfie, was born.
He met American actress Uma Thurman on the set of State of Grace, and they were married in 1990, but it ended two years later.
Uma Thurman - Thurman met English actor Gary Oldman on the set of State of Grace, and they were married in 1990, but it ended two years later.
Oldman's performance is regarded by many as a staple of the horror genre, and was recognised by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films as the best male performance of 1992, who awarded Oldman the Best Actor award.
After a string of alcohol-fuelled debacles he checked himself into Marworth treatment facility in Waverly Township, Pennsylvania, for alcoholism treatment in 1993.
Michael Wincott - Also in 1993, Michael Wincott acted with his personal friend, Gary Oldman in the crime thriller, "Romeo is Bleeding"
Symphony No. 3 (Beethoven) - In 1994, portions of the "Eroica" were used in the biographical film, "Immortal Beloved" starring Gary Oldman as Beethoven
Ebert's co-presenter on the film review television show, At the Movies, Gene Siskel, described Oldman as a "wonderful" actor; following Siskel's death in 1999, Oldman said, "it's pretty overwhelming for a kid from South London to hear the two most important film critics in the world call you one of the greatest actors in the world.
Douglas Urbanski - Urbanski's film producing credits include "The Contender", which received two Academy *award Nominations and starred Gary Oldman, Jeff_Bridges, Joan Allen, Christian Slater, and Sam Elliott, and "Nil By Mouth", written and directed by Gary Oldman for which Urbanski received the 1997 British Academy *award for Outstanding British Film of the Year, and for which Oldman received the Best Original Screenplay British Academy *award
Following his Friends appearance, Oldman did not appear in any significant roles until 2004.
In September 2006, Nokia Nseries Studio released the Oldman-directed short film Donut, with music by Tor Hyams.
On 31 December 2008, Oldman married singer Alexandra Edenborough in Santa Barbara, California in a private, formal ceremony.
Barry Eisler - In April 2009, Sony Pictures Japan released a mostly Japanese language film version of "Rain Fall" starring Shiina Kippei as Rain and Gary Oldman as Rain's nemesis, CIA Station Chief William Holtzer
Evanna Lynch - She was scheduled to play Fiona Carrick-Smith in the upcoming 2013 indie crime drama film "Monster Butler", alongside her "Harry Potter" co-star Gary Oldman
Peter Chelsom - Chelsom is currently finishing "The Space Between Us", starring Gary Oldman, due for a July 2016 release
He starred in "The Space Between Us" with Asa Butterfield, which was released on February 3, 2017
Douglas Urbanski - In 2018, Urbanski, along with Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner will produce John Le Carre's "Smiley's People", which will star Gary Oldman, once again recreating George Smiley
In 2019 British Airways in honour of its 100th anniversary released video "British Airways - Made by Britain Advert" as a part of BA 100 - the 100 makers of Modern Britain, the people who represent the best of business, environment, fashion, film and entertainment, food and drink, music, art and design, philanthropy, science and technology, and sport of Great Britain
Douglas Urbanski - In 2019 Urbanski exec produces Nicholas Jarecki's Dreamland, which stars Gary Oldman and Armie Hammer
David Fincher - In July 2019, it was reported that Fincher had signed on to direct a biopic revolving around "Citizen Kane" screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz, with Gary Oldman tapped to play the titular role using a screenplay written by Fincher's late father