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JONATHAN PRYCE is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning actor on stage and screen. On screen Jonathan is known for his performances in Carrington, Evita and the independent film Listen Up Philip, as well as blockbusters such as Tomorrow Never Dies, The Pirates of the Caribbean series and GI Joe, playing the dual role of the villain 'Zartan' and 'The US President'. In addition to his starring role opposite Glenn Close in The Wife, directed by Bjorn Runge, Pryce has recently finished shooting The Man Who Killed Don Quixote; Jonathan's fourth outing with Terry Gilliam. Previous work with Gilliam includes: The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, The Brothers Grimm as well as the award-winning Brazil, playing 'Sam Lowry'.

In the theatre he has won an array of Tony and Olivier awards for appearances in Miss Saigon and Comedians (London and Broadway) and for Hamlet at London's Royal Court Theatre. Other standout performances, in London and New York, have been in Pinter's The Caretaker, Glengarry Glen Ross and Albee's The Goat, as well as leading roles in the musicals My Fair Lady, Oliver and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

After playing 'Lear' at the Almeida Theatre in 2012, Jonathan received widespread critical acclaim for his 'Shylock' in The Merchant of Venice, at London's Shakespeare's Globe, and subsequently on tour to America, China and finally in Venice itself.

On television he has found new audiences from his appearance as the 'High Sparrow' in Game of Thrones, and alongside Tom Hardy in Taboo.

Currently, Jonathan is filming the Netflix feature The Pope, playing 'Pope Francis' opposite Anthony Hopkins as 'Ratzinger' and directed by Fernando Meirelles. Filming taking place in Argentina and Italy.

This autumn he is starring in London's West End opposite Dame Eileen Atkins in Florian Zeller's latest play The Height of the Storm.


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