31 wins & 57 nominations.
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Kenneth Branagh (uncredited)
Major-General Henning von Tresckow
Other Man on T.V. (uncredited)
Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton
Periwig-maker (segment "The Periwig-Maker") (voice)
(TV Series documentary)
Robert Clyde Moffat
His one man show "The Madness" based on the poem "Maud" by Alfred Lord Tennyson
premiered at the Upstream Theatre Club, London in 1983.
9 Interviews |
12 Articles |
2 Pictorials |
9 Magazine Cover Photos |
Ken Branagh | Sir Kenneth Branagh
5' 9½" (1.77 m)
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Variety is very, very good. Going from medium to medium - if you get the chance to do it - from theater to television to film, which are all distinctly different, keeps me sharp. What works in one doesn't work in the other, and you have to be looking for the truth of the performance, whatever way that medium might demand.
Often circles the camera around his actors when they are performing a monologue or having a conversation in one of his Shakespearean films.
Frequently works with Director of Photography Roger Lanser
, with whom he has made eight films.