• Rupert  Everett

    Rupert Everett

    Born on May 29th, 1959

    From Burnham Deepdale, Norfolk, England

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An Ideal Husband

Sir Robert Chiltern (Jeremy Northam) is a respected government official and a loving husband. His friend, Lord Arthur Goring (Rupert Everett), is a notorious womanizer who lives a life of casual lounging, meaningless flirtations and multiple illicit affairs. But when old acquaintance Laura Cheveley (Julianne Moore) arrives in London to stir up trouble, the lives of the two men become increasingly complicated and intertwined, and their true natures are revealed.

Golden Globe (2000)
Nominated
Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy
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My Best Friend's Wedding

Childhood friends Julianne Potter (Julia Roberts) and Michael O'Neal (Dermot Mulroney) had a deal to marry each other if they were still single by age 28. Now, four days before her 28th birthday, O'Neil announces that he's marrying a gorgeous 20-year-old named Kimberly (Cameron Diaz). Suddenly realizing that she's actually in love with him, Julianne vows to stop the wedding at all costs. However, when she is appointed maid of honor, things get even more complex.

Golden Globe (1998)
Nominated
Best Performance By an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture
British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1998)
Nominated
Actor in a Supporting Role
Another Country Poster

Another Country

In this film adaptation of the Julian Mitchell play, classmates and fellow outcasts Guy Bennett (Rupert Everett) and Tommy Judd (Colin Firth) find comfort in friendship during the 1930s, at an elite British public school where conformity is the norm. Openly gay Bennett must deal with bullying and homophobia, while Judd struggles to reconcile the expectations of the establishment with his own Marxist beliefs when he is given the opportunity to become head boy.

British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1984)
Nominated
Most Outstanding Newcomer to Film