Knowledge Identifier: +Hugh_Grant
From 1969 to 1978, he attended the independent Latymer Upper School in Hammersmith on a scholarship and played 1st XV rugby, cricket and football for the school.
Brij Narayan - Narayan played in the 1978 movie "Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki" and composed music for the 1988 movie "The Bengali Night" by Nicolas Klotz, which starred Hugh Grant
In 1979, he won the Galsworthy scholarship to New College, Oxford where he starred in his first film, Privileged, produced by the Oxford University Film Foundation, OUFF. He studied English literature and graduated with 2:1 honours.
James Wilby - Wilby's first appearance on screen was in the Oxford Film Company 1982 production "Privileged" alongside Hugh Grant
Elizabeth Hurley - Hurley was a struggling actress when, in 1987, she met Hugh Grant while working on a Spanish production called "Remando Al Viento"
Barbie Wilde - In 1988, she wrote and presented 'The Small Screen', a film review program for the Night Network on London Weekend Television, where she interviewed actor Hugh Grant
In 1990, he made a cameo appearance in the sport/crime drama The Big Man, opposite Liam Neeson, and in which Grant assumed a Scottish accent.
In 1991, he played Julie Andrews' gay son in the ABC made-for-television film Our Sons.
Elizabeth Hurley - When Hugh Grant founded and became the director of Simian Films in 1994, Hurley was credited as one of the producers for the company's two Grant vehicles, "Extreme Measures" and "Mickey Blue Eyes"
Philip Hinchcliffe - He stepped down from the producer role in 1995, after working on the feature films "An Awfully Big Adventure" starring Hugh Grant and "Total Eclipse" starring Leonardo DiCaprio, but was engaged as an Executive Producer by Scottish Television from 1998 to 2001, overseeing series including "Taggart" and the John Hannah episodes of "Rebus", and one-off dramas including "The Last Musketeer" with Robson Green
Late Show with David Letterman - Leno pulled ahead on July 10, 1995, starting with a Hugh Grant interview, after Grant's much-publicized arrest for picking up an LA prostitute
Emma Chambers - In 1998 Chambers took the role of Helen Yardley in the TV series "How Do You Want Me-", and 1999, she appeared in the film "Notting Hill", as Honey, the sister of Hugh Grant's character
After a three year hiatus, in 1999 he paired with Julia Roberts in Notting Hill, which was brought to theatres by much of the same team that was responsible for FWAAF. This new Working Title production displaced FWAAF as the biggest British hit in the history of cinema, with earnings equalling $363 million worldwide.
Jeanne Tripplehorn - The next few years she had supporting roles in small films, including "Office Killer", "Monument Ave.", and "Sliding Doors", and well, in 1999 starred opposite Hugh Grant in British romantic comedy "Mickey Blue Eyes"
In 2000, Grant joined the Supervisory Board of IM Internationalmedia AG, the powerful Munich-based film and media company.
Grant's accent is an inheritance from his mother and, on Inside the Actors Studio in 2002, he credited her with "any acting genes that might have.
Nick Hornby - After this success, "About a Boy" was quickly picked up, and released in 2002, starring Hugh Grant
Sandra Bullock - In 2002, she starred opposite Hugh Grant in Two Weeks Notice and in the film Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood.
Two Weeks Notice was followed by the 2003 ensemble comedy, Love Actually, headlined by Grant as the British Prime Minister.
Ferenc Gyurcsany - During the 2006 general election campaign, a video appeared where Gyurcsány danced as Hugh Grant in "Love Actually"
DMG Media - On 27 April 2007, Associated Newspapers was ordered to pay undisclosed damages to Hugh Grant
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (film) - On August 8, 2013, Hugh Grant joined the cast as Alexander Waverly, the head of United Network Command for Law and Enforcement
In the 2015 election, Grant endorsed two Labour candidates: Tom Watson , and his former agent, Michael Foster
Katia Elizarova - In October 2016, Elizarova appeared in "Bridget Jones's Baby", playing the role of Hugh Grant's character Daniel Clever's glamorous ex