|2006||London Film Critics Association||Best Supporting British Actor||The Prestige||Won|
|2002||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actor||The Quiet American||Nominated|
|2002||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama||The Quiet American||Nominated|
|2002||National Society of Film Critics||Best Actor - Runner-up||The Quiet American||Won|
|2001||European Film Academy||Best European Actor||Last Orders||Nominated|
by Sharon Knolle
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by Christopher Rosen
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by Moviefone Staff
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by Monika Bartyzel
In 2006, we were treated to the first batch of Pixar's 'Cars' -- the story of Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) setting off on a cross-country trek to the Piston Cup Championship in California. Like any cinematic road trip, McQueen...
by David Ehrlich
So it turns out that approximately everyone can do at least a semi-decent impression of legendary British thespian, Michael Caine. As far as unusually distinctive and mellifluous voices are concerned, it's actually quite easy...