Four Quartets
Harold Pinter Theatre., London
Starring Ralph Fiennes

Ralph Fiennes On Stage - Theatre Credits, Bio and Tickets

Ralph Fiennes was born in 1962 in Suffolk England. He studied painting at Chelsea College of Art before moving his efforts to acting. After training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1985, he began his career as an actor at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre and the National Theatre, before working at the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC).

After his various roles in the RSC including Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing, and Trolius in Trolius and Cressida, he has since performed in Man and Superman at the National Theatre, the title role of Brand at The Theatre Royal, Haymarket, The Master Builder at the Old Vic, The Play What I Wrote, directed by Kenneth Branagh at the Wyndham’s Theatre playing the role of Sir Ralph Fiennes and God of Carnage at Gielgud Theatre.

He has also played many classic roles including, title role in Sophocles’s Oedipus the King at the Olivier Theatre, Prospero in The Tempest at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket and Mark Antony in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar at the Barbican Centre. More recently he has performed as Halvard Solness in The Master Builder at the Old Vic and taken part in National Theatre’s 50 Years on Stage in 2013.

Fiennes is perhaps best known for his role as Lord Voldemort in J.K Rowling’s Harry Potter film series. For this role he has been nominated for two MTV Movie Awards and a Saturn Award, also winning the Scream Award for Best Villain and the Teen Choice Award for Choice Film Fight. Other notable roles include his portrayal of Gareth Mallory/ M in James Bond film Skyfall, alongside Daniel Craig, as Monsieur Gustave H. in The Grand Budapest Hotel. The latter won him two Denver Film Critics Society for Best Actor and Best Ensemble, an Indiewire 2014 Year-End Critics Poll award for Best Actor and 15 other nominations for this role, including BAFTA and Golden Globe.

He also received various awards for his roles in The Hurt Locker (2009), The Constant Gardener (2005) and Sunshine in 1999. However it was his role in Shindler’s List (1993), that won him the most acclaim and awards for his portrayal of character Amon Goeth, winning the BAFTA Award, Boston Society Film Critics Award, Dallas- Fort Worth Film Critics Association Award, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, the National Society of Film Critics Award and the New York Film Critics Circle Award all for Best Actor in a Supporting Role as well as four other nominations and winning British Actor of the Year at the London Film Critics Circle Awards.

In 2016 Fiennes returned to the West End in title role of William Shakespeare’s Richard III at the Almeida Theatre, opposite Vanessa Redgrave as Queen Margaret. The show ran from 14 June 2016 until 6 August 2016 and received 4 star reviews. Fiennes will star in the world premiere production of Four Quartets at the Harold Pinter Theatre for one month.

Show

Role

Theatre

Year

Link

Richard III

Richard III

Almeida

2016

News

Review

The Master Builder

Halvard Solness

Old Vic

2016

 

Man + Superman

Jack Tanner

Lyttelton

2015

Review

The Tempest

Prospero

Haymarket

2011

Review

God of Carnage

Alain Reille

Gielgud

2008

Review

Oedipus

Oedipus

Olivier

2008

Review

Julius Caesar

Antony

Barbican

2005

Review

Brand

Brand

Haymarket

2003

Review

The Talking Cure

Jung

Cottlesloe

2002

Review

The Play What I Wrote

Sir Ralph Fiennes

Wyndham's

2001

Review

Richard II

Richard II

Almeida

2000

 

Coriolanus 

Coriolanus

Almeida

2000

 

Ivanov 

Ivanov

Almeida

1997

 

Love's Labour's Lost

King of Navarre

Barbican

1991

 

 

Upcoming Shows Featuring Ralph Fiennes

Four Quartets
Four Quartets
Harold Pinter Theatre.
From Thursday, 18 November, 2021 To Saturday, 18 December, 2021

Ralph Fiennes delivers an extraordinary tour de force in T S Eliot’s final masterpiece which offers four interwoven meditations on the nature of time, faith and the quest for spiritual enlightenment.

Previous shows Featuring Ralph Fiennes

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Beat the Devil The Bridge Theatre 2020
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