MICHAEL SHEEN (Craig) has proven equally accomplished on both stage and screen.
His many award-winning theater performances include "Caligula" and "Frost/Nixon"
at the Donmar Theatre, and "Hamlet" at the Young Vic. He created, co-directed
and performed in the groundbreaking three-day live event "The Passion," for
National Theatre Wales. Sheen is known to millions as a vampire in The Twilight
Saga and a werewolf in the Underworld film franchise. He has starred in three
films nominated for Best Picture Oscars: The Queen, directed by Stephen Frears;
Frost/Nixon, directed by Ron Howard; and Midnight in Paris, directed by Woody
Allen. Most recently, Sheen starred alongside Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt
Next, the actor appears opposite Richard Gere in Norman. He also co-stars in
Home Again, with Reese Witherspoon. Sheen is currently filming Netflix's new
period revenge thriller Apostle, alongside Dan Stevens. Written and directed by
Gareth Evans, the film was shot in Sheen's hometown of Port Talbot, Wales.
Other feature credits include Tom Hooper's The Damned United, Tim Burton's Alice
in Wonderland, Joseph Kosinski's TRON: Legacy, and Far from the Madding Crowd,
Thomas Vinterberg's critically acclaimed adaptation of the Thomas Hardy novel.
On television, Sheen has earned multiple awards and nominations for his
performances in projects such as "Kenneth Williams: Fantabulosa," directed by
Andy de Emmony; and "Dirty Filthy Love," directed by Adrian Shergold. He also
received wide acclaim for playing Tony Blair in HBO's "The Special Relationship"
and Dr. Bill Masters in four seasons of the acclaimed Showtime series "Masters
of Sex," on which Sheen was also a producer.
Other small-screen credits include NBC's "30 Rock," HBO's mockumentary "7 Days
in Hell," the IFC miniseries spoof "Spoils of Babylon" and "Michael Bolton's Big
Sexy Valentine's Day Special," for Netflix.
In 2009 Sheen was honored by the Queen of England with an O.B.E. for his
services to drama.
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