Irving Rhames (Ving Rhames)( Actor)
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Biography Irving Rhames (Ving Rhames)
Irving Rhames (Luther Stikell) was born May 12, 1961 in Harlem, New York, USA.
. He graduated from the School of Performing Arts (1983) and Dzhulliardovskuyu school in New York, then played in theaters, in particular, on Broadway.
. He took part in productions such as "World Map", "Richard III" and "Day of the ascent.
. Since the mid 80-ies actor removed a lot of television, where he played his first major role - the father of writer James Baldwin in his autobiographical movie, "Go, tell the mountains" (1984).
. Ving Rhames - winner of the Golden Globe for TV movie "Don King: Only in America"
. Actor known for roles performance Vietnamese veterans, especially in the Broadway production of "Winter Boys" (1985), and such films as "War of loss" by Brian De Palma and "Jacob's Ladder" Adrian Lane.
. One of the most famous roles, the actor - the role of Marcellus Wallace in "Pulp Fiction.
. In 2000, Ving Rhames won a prize ShoWest Convention, USA (Best Supporting Actor), and in 2001 - a prize at Locarno International Film Festival (with the acting ensemble picture "Baby Boy")
. GOLDEN GLOBE
. Winner in the categories: Best Actor
. in the miniseries or a movie,
. filmed for TV
. 1998 - Don King: Only in America
. / Don King: Only in America
. Final Fantasy
. / Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within, 2001 (voice)
. Mission Impossible 2
. / Mission Impossible 2, 2000
. Reviving the dead
. / Bringing Out The Dead, 1999
. / Entrapment, 1998
. Con Air
. / Con Air, 1997
. Mission Impossible
. / Mission Impossible, 1996
. / Striptease, 1996
. Pulp Fiction
. / Pulp Fiction, 1994
. Serial 1. Part 3
/ ER. Hit And Run. Into That Good Night, 1994