Mark Waters


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Birth Name: Mark Waters
Born: 01/18/1960
Birth Place: Kent, England, GB

Rylance had small roles in "The McGuffin" (1985) and "Hearts of Fire" (1987), which was supposed to be Bob Dylan's film "comeback", but was only released in the UK. He was a different, hopeful Ferdinand in Peter Greenaway's "Prospero's Books" (1991). The light-haired actor won critical acclaim for his turn as William Adamson in "Angels & Insects" (1995), bringing the right mix of intellectuality and romantic wonderment to the role. Additionally, he won praise for his turns as a man drawn into the mysteries of a school in the Brothers Quay's experimental "Institute Benjamenta" and as a middle-aged butler romancing a young maid (Georgina Cates) in the period drama "Loving" (both 1995).

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