His family moved to Ireland when he was 11 years old and lived in West Cork and County Kilkenny for some time.Ralph got his education from St Kieran’s College followed by Newtown School and later finished his school after moving to England at the Bishop Wordsworth’s School.And it f**ks with your head." (After a bit, he concedes that if "Voldemort came round again, I would feel possessive... I would like to not let that go.") His character in A Bigger Splash is a boundary-less music producer chasing Tilda Swinton's portrayal of a Chrissie Hynde-like rock chick to an Italian island where she is recovering from a throat operation with her new boyfriend. "Another part of my brain opened up, another part of my spirit.Filming was "fun" he says, before confiding that Sir Elton John complimented his performance, "and he knows those types of music producers. Someone described directing as being pecked to death by questions," he says. It's stressful but I do enjoy it." His current project ("I am still trying to pull together the finances to make it") is about Rudolf Nureyev, the Russian ballet dancer, and his defection from the USSR in 1961.In 2002, Fiennes and Miranda Richardson received several awards for their performances in David Cronenberg's award-winning thriller Spider.The Constant Gardener (film) was released in 2005, with Fiennes as the title role. Und probiert unbedingt die immersive Festival-App INSITE TREIBSTOFF vom Medien-Theater-Kollektiv KANSAS aus, mit der Ihr das Festival auf eine ganz neue Art entdecken können (mehr Infos dazu hier)!
He initially gained international fame for his character of Nazi war criminal, Amon Goeth in the movie Schindler’s List.Even then he mumbles so that some words are lost on the tape. He's hunched, eyes roving, hands constantly in motion, whether massaging his great shag of beard or meeting each other in a papery fondle.Interviews make him "uncomfortable", "reluctant", "guarded" and "wary". His silences would make Pinter fidget (the longest between question and answer is 37 drawn-out seconds). He has a range so elastic it goes to the psychopathic reaches of Commandant Amon Göth in Schindler's List (for which he was Oscar-nominated) to the tripping-foppish romantic lead Christopher Marshall in Maid in Manhattan (in which he starred opposite Jennifer Lopez). '" Fiennes says dryly, "and parts such as Laurence Laurentz in Hail, Caesar! Lovely parts." Which surprised Fiennes as much as anyone "because before that, I was not exactly bombarded with comedies". Fiennes "didn't much want to" inhabit the mindless violence of his darker characters any more.He is the only actor ever to have won a Tony Award for playing Hamlet on Broadway.In 2001, Fiennes received the William Shakespeare Award from the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D. Fiennes made his film debut in 1992 as Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights opposite Juliette Binoche, for which he received substantial acclaim and praise throughout Europe.