Gary Oldman Wiki/Biography: Gary Oldman, in full Leonard Gary Oldman, (born March 21, 1958, London, England), English film actor known for his chameleonic ability to evince characters ranging from nebbishes to snarling villains.
Gary Oldman Wiki
Oldman was raised in a working-class family in London, the youngest of three children. After leaving school at age 16, he began acting in productions staged by the Greenwich and Lewisham Young People’s Theatre. He attended the Rose Bruford Training College for Speech and Drama (now the Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance) on scholarship, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in theatre in 1979. After starring in repertory productions in York and Colchester, he was accepted as a member of the Glasgow Citizens Theatre, appearing in such productions as Massacre at Paris (1980) and Chinchilla (1980). Oldman returned to London, where he continued to pursue theatre work. Meanwhile, he made his film debut in Remembrance (1982). He then embarked upon a series of performances at the Royal Court Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Theatre; his 1985 performance as Scopey in Edward Bond’s The Pope’s Wedding at the former venue won particular acclaim.
Who is Gary Oldman
Gary Oldman’s Profession: Gary Oldman as Actor, film maker
Gary old man Biography: He is an English actor and filmmaker. Oldman was born on March 21, 1958, in New Cross, London, England. He is an Oscar-winning English actor and filmmaker. He first started his career through starring in plays such as Cabaret (1979), The Massacre at Paris (1980), Entertaining Mr Sloane (1983), and made his film debut in Remembrance (1982). He gained fame through his role as Sid Vicious in Sid and Nancy (1986), Joe Orton in Prick Up Your Ears (1987) and Rosencrantz in Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (1990). Also he has starred in many hit films including, True Romance (1993), The Fifth Element (1997), Air Force One (1997), The Contender (2000), Léon: The Professional (1994), Immortal Beloved (1994), Harry Potter series, The Dark Knight Trilogy, and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014). Moreover, his role as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour (2017) earned him the Academy Award for Best Actor.
In David Fincher’s biopic Mank (2020), Oldman gave an Oscar-nominated performance as Herman Mankiewicz, a screenwriter working on the script for Orson Welles’s Citizen Kane (1941). His credits from 2021 included Crisis, a drama about the opioid epidemic, and the thriller The Woman in the Window, in which an agoraphobic woman believes she saw a crime. Oldman then starred in the TV series Slow Horses (2022), playing an ill-tempered spy overseeing a group of disgraced MI5 agents; the show, a comic thriller, was based on a book series by Mick Herron.
Gary Oldman Age, Height, Weight and Body Measurements
Hair Color : Light Brown
Eye Color : Blue
Height : 5 feet 8 inches
Weight : 72 Kg
Chest Size : 40 Inches
Waits Size : 32 Inches
Biceps Size : 12 Inches
Net Worth : $ 50 million
Marital Status : Married
Wife of Gary Oldman
Who is wife of Gary Oldman: Gary is married 5 times. He was firstly in a marital relationship with Lesley Manville from 1987 to 1989. He then tied the knot with American actress Uma Thurman in 1990 but they broke up in 1992.
Oldman’s third marriage was with model Donya Fiorentino from 1997 to 2001, giving birth to two sons: Gulliver in 1997 and Charlie in 1999. His fourth marriage with actress Alexandra Edenborough also didn’t work out as they separated in 2015 after the marital affair of about 6 years. Gary Oldman is currently married to Gisele Schmidt since 2017.
Family of Gary Oldman
Father : Leonard Bertram Oldman
Mother : Kathleen Oldman
Personal Details of Gary Oldman
Full Name : Gary Leonard Oldman
Birth Date : 21 March 1958 (age 62)
Birth Place : New Cross, London, England
Family Wife and Siblings of Gary Leonard Oldman
Wife(s): Lesley Manville (m. 1987; div. 1990) Uma Thurman (m. 1990; div. 1992) Donya Fiorentino (m. 1997; div. 2001) Alexandra Edenborough (m. 2008; div. 2015) Gisele Schmidt (m. 2017)
Relatives : Laila Morse (sister)
Zodiac Sign : Aries
Nationality : British
Active Years : 1979–present
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His isn’t the kind of memorable face that stops you in the street. On screen it’s another matter.
Audiences shivered at his performance as Dracula for Francis Ford Coppola. He also stood out playing killer Lee Harvey Oswald in Oliver Stone’s JFK, a pimp in True Romance, and transforming himself into Sid Vicious for Sid and Nancy.
Born in 1958 to an alcoholic welder who abandoned their family when his son was barely seven years old, Gary was not an obvious fit for the thespian world.
Students at Rose Bruford Drama College in Kent, which he attended on a scholarship between 1976-79 remember him as ambitious, with a talent for accents.
“I can do a rough approximation of virtually any accent. I’ve always done them; as a kid I used to do the Beatles as a party piece. When I was with the Royal Court Theatre we used to p*** around and people would say, “I bet you can’t do Zimbabwe,” so I did it.”
Graduation was followed by some solid years at the RSC and Royal Court. Then, just as his career was taking off, the East End boy swapped London for Hollywood without a backward glance.
“I moved to New York and I said, “I’m home. This is my town.” I’m not one of those Brits that goes to the English pub and plays cricket under the Hollywood sign. I really immersed myself in the culture.”
With the top flight Tinseltown career came juicy franchises such as Harry Potter and the Batman series, in which he plays kindly detective Jim Gordon.
It also bought him the freedom for more personal projects like Nil By Mouth, a semi-autobiographical tale of alcoholism, drugs, criminality and wife-beating based on his childhood.
And with success came friendships with the A-list – including Brad Pitt and Kiefer Sutherland – and a short-lived marriage to Uma Thurman, his second wife.
There was a stint in rehab too. But since 1995 the bad boy of British film hasn’t touched a drop, preferring to focus on his role as a family man.
A proud husband after marrying for the fourth time in 2008, Gary has three sons.
Alfie was born in 1988 during his first marriage to Lesley Manville, and he is a single father to Gulliver, born in 1997, and Charlie, 1999, by his third wife.
His one wish is to be honoured with an Oscar and he was recognised with an Academy nomination in 2012.