Played Emil in "Tramway Road" by Ronald Harwood - Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, London (1984).
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Richard E Grant
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[on his last day's work, in November of 1990, on "Hudson Hawk" (1991)]: To top this day of release, upon landing at Heathrow, the euphoric headlines smashed out across every London paper declare that "Thatcher Is Out!". Me too, Margaret. And none too soon. She, no doubt, "out of her mind", and me, equally unhinged with joy to be FREE! Of Hungary, "Hawk" and HER!!!
As a struggling actor in 1983, he was renting a Notting Hill bedsit in London for £30 per week. Thirty six years later he stood outside that very same residence to announce on his Twitter feed that he'd been Oscar-nominated for Can You Ever Forgive Me?
(2018), his very first nomination.