Rowan ATKINSON( Actor)
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Rowan Atkinson (Emile Mondavarius) - an electrical engineer by profession, a graduate of Oxford and the University of Newcastle, Atkinson drew universal attention of critics, taking part in 1977 in the festival city of Edinburgh. He is one of the founders of the creative team of the series 'No 9-hour news' channel 'BBC'.
Participation in the project brought the actor the title 'Man of the Year' Bi-Bi-Cu '. In 1981, Rowan Atkinson became the youngest performer shows one-man show in London. Theater season at the theater 'Globe' brought Rouanu prize Theater Company of the West End in the category 'Comedian years'. In 1983, along with screenwriter Richard Curtis started the production of TV series 'Black Adder' to channel 'BBC-C', . which over the next five years, won three British Academy Awards, . Emmy in the category 'Best Foreign Language Film' and three awards 'ACE',
. Atkinson again became the 'Man of the Year' Bi-Bi-Cu 'and received a series of prizes and awards, including' Best Actor entertainment genre '.
The new production of one-man show became so popular that in 1996, Atkinson was invited to Broadway, and later he went with his show on tour to Australia, New Zealand and the UK. In 1988, for six months from the scene of the West End did not leave the performance with his participation, collected from several one-act comic plays by Anton Chekhov.
Next major television project was to Atkinson's creation of silent episodes 'Mr. Bean' to channel 'ITV' and 'HBO'. Debut series were awarded 'Golden Rose Montreux' and nomination for Emmy in the category 'Best Foreign Film'. Subsequent series have continued to win awards, among which again proved to Emmy, as well as two awards 'BANFF' and the prize 'ACE' in the category 'Best Comedy in 1995'. The rights to broadcast the series have bought more than two hundred countries. To date, 'Mr. Bean' production company 'Tiger Espekt' has the highest rating among sitcoms of the last decade, as shown on commercial television.
. In 1995, Rowan starred as Inspector Fowler in the first series of the comedy 'The Thin Blue Line' production company 'Tiger Espekt', a member of the board of directors which is itself Atkinson
. 'The Thin Blue Line' takes the leading position among the situation comedies in the rankings 'Tiger Espekt'
. In addition to numerous television projects Rowan Atkinson starred in a series of feature films, . among them: 'Never say' Never 'with Sean Connery, . 'Lanky' with Jeff Goldblum, . 'Witches' producer Nick Roega, . 'Four Weddings, . Funeral ', . 'Police patrol-2', . as well as picture 'Meetings of Dennis Jennings' channel 'HBO', . received the 1989 Oscar for best short film,
. Actor participated in the famous cartoon dubbed 'The Lion King'.
In 2001, Atkinson starred in the role of Enrico in Pauline film director David Zucker 'Rat Race' from 'Paramount Pictures'. There are currently busy in shooting paintings 'Johnny Inglish', in which the actor performs a major role
. Scooby-Doo (2002)
. Maybe Baby (2001)
. Rat Race (2001)
. The Amnesty International Box Set (1999)
. Bean (1997)
. Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)
. Bernard and the Genie (1992)
. The Tall Guy (1990)
. The Witches (1990)
. Never Say Never Again (1983)
. Bean - The Amazing Mr. Bean