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Eddie Redmayne

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Eddie Redmayne
A headshot of Eddie Redmayne at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con International.
Redmayne at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con
Born
Edward John David Redmayne

(1982-01-06) 6 January 1982 (age 42)
Westminster, London, England
EducationTrinity College, Cambridge (BA)
OccupationActor
Years active1998–present
Spouse
Hannah Bagshawe
(m. 2014)
Children2
RelativesJames Redmayne (brother)
Richard Redmayne (great-grandfather)
AwardsFull list

Edward John David Redmayne OBE (/ˈrɛdmn/; born 6 January 1982) is an English actor. He has received various accolades, including an Academy Award, a Tony Award, a BAFTA Award, and two Olivier Awards.

Redmayne began his professional acting career in West End theatre starring in productions of The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? (2004), for which he gained a nomination for an Olivier Award, Red (2009–2010), which won him that award, and Richard II (2011–2012). He made his Broadway debut in the transfer of Red, earning a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play. He starred as The Emcee in a West End revival of Cabaret in 2022, earning a Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical.[1] He returned to Broadway in 2024, acting in a transfer of Cabaret, which earned him a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical.

His first leading film role came with Like Minds (2006), followed by Savage Grace (2007) and The Yellow Handkerchief (2008). His film breakthrough came with the roles of Colin Clark in the biopic My Week with Marilyn (2011) and Marius Pontmercy in the musical Les Misérables (2012). Redmayne won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of the physicist Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything (2014). He was Oscar-nominated for playing the transgender artist Lili Elbe in The Danish Girl (2015). From 2016 to 2022, he starred as Newt Scamander in the Fantastic Beasts film series. He has also portrayed Tom Hayden in The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020) and Charles Cullen in The Good Nurse (2022).

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Early life and education

Edward John David Redmayne was born on 6 January 1982 in Westminster, London.[2][3] His mother, Patricia (née Burke), runs a relocation business, and his father, Richard Redmayne, is a businessman in corporate finance. His paternal great-grandfather was Sir Richard Redmayne (1865–1955), a civil and mining engineer, and a leading figure in improving mine safety in the early twentieth century.[4] Sir Richard also led an enquiry into an experiment by the chain Boots to reduce the working week, allowing workers to have a 48-hour weekend, which found that the workers were happier, had better health, and were less likely to be absent,[5] and advocated for its adoption across wider industry.[6] He has an elder brother, James Redmayne, a younger brother, and an elder half-brother, Charlie Redmayne, who is CEO of the UK division of publisher HarperCollins[4] and a half-sister.[7]

Redmayne attended Eaton House,[8] followed by St Paul's Juniors (formerly Colet Court), on a choral scholarship, where he sang with the St Paul’s Choir,[9] then on a music scholarship to Eton College,[9] where he was in the same year as Prince William.[10][11] From the age of 10, Redmayne attended Jackie Palmer Stage School, where he found his love for acting and singing.[12][13] He went on to read History of Art at Trinity College, Cambridge, specialising in Venetian architecture and surrealism,[14] and graduated with 2:1 Honours in 2003.[15] He received a choral scholarship to attend Cambridge.[16] He wrote his theses on Brâncuși and Yves Klein;[17] although colour blind, he wrote the final thesis on International Klein Blue (IKB), which he has described as being highly emotional, and which he can always distinguish from others.[18] While at Cambridge, Redmayne was a member of the University Pitt Club.[19]

Career

Redmayne in 2022 at the Montclair Film Festival

Stage

Redmayne made his professional stage debut as Viola in Twelfth Night, for Shakespeare's Globe at the Middle Temple Hall in 2002.[20] He won the award for Outstanding Newcomer at the 50th Evening Standard Theatre Awards in 2004, for his performance in Edward Albee's The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?,[21] and the award for Best Newcomer at the Critics' Circle Theatre Awards in 2005.[22] Reviewing a revival of the play in 2017, critic Heather Neill recollected the "gut-wrenching intensity of Eddie Redmayne’s award-winning performance at the Almeida in 2004."[23]

Redmayne starred in Now or Later by Christopher Shinn at the Royal Court Theatre. The show ran from 3 September to 1 November 2008.[24] His performance received glowing reviews,[25] with critic and playwright Nicholas de Jongh describing the performance as "riveting, suffused with the lineaments of neurosis and sadness."[25]

In 2009, Redmayne appeared in John Logan's new play Red at the Donmar Warehouse in London,[26] for which he won the 2010 Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. Reviewing the show during this London run, longstanding New York Times critic Ben Brantley described Redmayne as "a star in the making".[27] He reprised his role in Red at the John Golden Theatre on Broadway, in a 15-week run from 11 March to 27 June 2010,[28] and won the 2010 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play.

He portrayed King Richard II in Richard II directed by Michael Grandage, at the Donmar Warehouse from 6 December 2011 to 4 February 2012.[29] He received the Trewin Award for Best Shakespearean Performance at the Critics Circle Theatre Awards.[30][31] Matt Wolf, London theatre critic for The New York Times International Edition, described Redmayne as "tearing into the title role with an open-faced splendor that redefines the very discussion of soul that assumes such prominence in Shakespeare’s luxuriantly beautiful text: a performance for the record books" [32]

In November 2021, he returned to the stage as Emcee in a West End revival of Cabaret at the Playhouse Theatre, remodelled as the 'Kit Kat Club'. He previously played the role in a production at Eton when he was 17 years-old, and then again in a production at the Edinburgh Fringe.[33] Redmayne successfully approached Jessie Buckley to star alongside him as Sally Bowles, as well as Rebecca Frecknall about directing the production.[33] The revival drew rave reviews,[34][35] with critic John Lahr stating that the 'scintillating show' also offered the 'rousing spectacle of the next generation’s theatrical talent on the ascendant.' [36] Lahr described Redmayne's interpretation of the Emcee as "thrilling", "a puckish portrait of violent innocence, a cross between Peter Lorre and Peter Pan", with a "chilling metamorphosis".[36] John Nathan remarked, "Redmayne is a marvel. His Emcee — a slightly different species from the rest of the humans — is quite the most mercurial animal I have seen on stage".[37] The revival led with seven wins at the 2022 Olivier Awards, including Best Musical Revival and Redmayne's own for Best Actor in a Musical, setting a record for being the most award-winning revival in Olivier history, as well for being the first production to obtain awards in all 4 eligible acting categories.[38] In April 2024, the production transferred to the August Wilson Theatre on Broadway, where he reprised the role of the Emcee opposite Gayle Rankin as Sally Bowles.[39] For his performance, Redmayne received a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical at the 77th Tony Awards.[40]

Film and television

Redmayne made his screen debut in 1998 in an episode of Animal Ark.[41] His television credits include the BBC miniseries Tess of the d'Urbervilles, the miniseries The Pillars of the Earth, and the two-part miniseries Birdsong.[42] David Chater, who served as a correspondent in many conflict-ridden areas, described his performance as a WWI soldier in Birdsong as "mesmerising", "astonishing", "so little is visible on the surface and yet a whole universe of emotions is simmering away behind those limpid eyes."[43]

Redmayne was cast in his first feature film Like Minds (2006) after being spotted by casting director Lucy Bevan performing in a play called Goats.[44] Redmayne has appeared in films such as The Good Shepherd (2006), Savage Grace (2007), Powder Blue (2008), The Other Boleyn Girl (2008), Glorious 39 (2009), and Hick (2011). He starred as Osmund in Christopher Smith's supernatural gothic chiller film Black Death (2010).[45] His 2008 Sundance drama film The Yellow Handkerchief was released on 26 February 2010 by Samuel Goldwyn Films.[46][47]

In 2011, Redmayne starred as filmmaker Colin Clark in the drama film My Week with Marilyn. He took on the role of Marius Pontmercy for the 2012 musical film Les Misérables.[48][49]

Redmayne at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival

In 2014, Redmayne starred as Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything, a role for which he won the Academy Award, BAFTA, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actor, depicting the debilitating challenges of ALS.[50][51] Stephen Hawking was very pleased by the portrayal, stating "I thought Eddie Redmayne portrayed me very well. At times I thought he was me. I think Eddie’s commitment will have a big emotional impact."[52][53] Dr Katie Sidle, a consultant neurologist specialising in the field of motor neurone disease (MND), stated in an interview in the British Medical Journal, "Eddie’s performance in the film was utterly remarkable . . . The patients and carers loved the film. They thought it was very relevant to them."[54]

In early 2015, Redmayne appeared in the Wachowski sisters' film, Jupiter Ascending as Balem Abrasax. The film was widely panned, including his performance, and won him the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actor.[55] In recent years, the film and the performance have been re-evaluated,[56] with Keith Phipps writing that the "film has shown every sign of turning into a full-fledged cult hit."[57] Writing in Vanity Fair in 2018, Laura Bradley remarked that "the idea that this film would have been improved by Redmayne playing his part in a more conventional (read: boring) manner is absurd."[58] In 2022, Joe Hoeffner echoing her thoughts, felt that with a more "normal villain", "the rest of the film would be flatter, less colorful, less deliriously camp...no matter what happens you can’t take your eyes off of the spacefaring Oedipus with the voice of a chainsmoker."[59]

Redmayne also presented the 2015 documentary War Art with Eddie Redmayne, made as part of the ITV's Perspectives programme.[60] Redmayne guest starred as Ryan the tank engine in Thomas & Friends movie special Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure.[61]

That same year, Redmayne starred in the biographical drama The Danish Girl, directed by Academy Award-winning director Tom Hooper. In the film, released in the United Kingdom on 1 January 2016, Redmayne portrayed transgender pioneer Lili Elbe, a casting choice that was met with backlash from the transgender community.[62] Nonetheless, Redmayne's performance garnered critical acclaim; in January 2016, he earned his second nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor in consecutive years.[63][64] Redmayne later acknowledged the controversy surrounding his casting by stressing the importance of casting transgender people to play transgender characters.[65]

In 2016, Redmayne starred as Newt Scamander in the film adaptation of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the first of a series within the Wizarding World of the Harry Potter film series, with a screenplay by J. K. Rowling.[66][67] Fantastic Beasts was a critical and commercial success. In 2018, Redmayne starred in the stop-motion animated film Early Man, and reprised his role as Newt Scamander in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald as well as its third sequel, Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, which was released in April 2022 .[68][69] Both The Crimes of Grindelwald and The Secrets of Dumbledore received mixed critical reception but emerged as financial successes. All of J. K. Rowling's Fantastic Beasts films rank among Redmayne's highest-grossing films to date.

In 2020, Redmayne starred as Tom Hayden in The Trial of the Chicago 7. The film earned six nominations at the 93rd Academy Awards. Redmayne received a Screen Actors Guild Award as a member of the cast awarded the Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture honor.

In 2022, Redmayne starred in the biographical crime thriller film, The Good Nurse, playing notorious serial killer Charles Cullen, and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award, a British Academy Film Award, and a Screen Actors Guild Award. Leah Greenblatt at Entertainment Weekly wrote, "an eerie, pitch-perfect Redmayne, wearing Charlie's nice-guy drag like a battering ram, lets his mask slip so incrementally that the final scenes feel like a true terrifying rupture."[70] Aurora Amidon at Paste remarked, "Redmayne plays Charles with such a sense of naturalism and magnetic intensity that it’s easy to forget he’s not in the room right there with you."[71]

Modelling

Redmayne modelled for Burberry in 2008 with Alex Pettyfer, and in 2012 with Cara Delevingne.[72][73] In 2016, he starred in the Prada Fall/Winter'16 Menswear Advertising Campaign.[74]

Redmayne has been widely admired for his style, with Vogue describing him as having "seemingly preternatural panache on the red carpet, his deft ability to make even the nattiest and most colorful suits seem like second skin."[75] In the September 2012 issue of Vanity Fair, he was featured on its annual International Best Dressed List.[76] In 2015, he was named number one in British GQ's 50 best dressed British men,[77] and then again in 2016.[78] Sir Elton John and David Furnish described him as "the stylish intersection where Cary Grant's style meets Fred Astaire's lithe elegance."[78] GQ also named him as one of "the Most Stylish Men Alive" in 2015 [79] and one of "the 13 Most Stylish Men In The World Right Now" in 2016.[80]

Personal life

Redmayne married Hannah Bagshawe on 15 December 2014.[81] They have a daughter, Iris, born in 2016[82] and a son, Luke, born in 2018.[81]

Redmayne was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Birthday Honours for services to drama.[83]

In August 2014, he was appointed ambassador of film education charity Into Film.[84] He has been a patron of the Motor Neurone Disease Association since 2015, having become associated with the charity following his portrayal of Stephen Hawking.[85] He is an ambassador of the Teenage Cancer Trust.[86] He is a patron of Go Live Theatre Projects (earlier known as Mousetrap Theatre Projects), a charity dedicated to enriching the lives of children and young people through theatre, especially those who are disadvantaged or have additional needs.[87][88]

Acting credits

Redmayne at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con

Film

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2006 Like Minds Alex Forbes [89]
The Good Shepherd Edward Wilson, Jr. [90]
2007 Elizabeth: The Golden Age Anthony Babington [91]
Savage Grace Antony Baekeland [92]
2008 The Other Boleyn Girl William Stafford [93]
Powder Blue Qwerty Doolittle [94]
The Yellow Handkerchief Gordy [95]
2009 Glorious 39 Ralph Keyes [96]
2010 Black Death Osmund [97]
2011 Hick Eddie Kreezer [98]
My Week with Marilyn Colin Clark [99]
2012 Les Misérables Marius Pontmercy [100]
2014 The Theory of Everything Stephen Hawking [101]
2015 Jupiter Ascending Balem Abrasax [102]
The Danish Girl Lili Elbe [103]
Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure Ryan (voice) [104]
2016 Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Newt Scamander [105]
2018 Early Man Dug (voice) [68]
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Newt Scamander [69]
2019 The Aeronauts James Glaisher [106]
2020 The Trial of the Chicago 7 Tom Hayden [107]
2022 Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore Newt Scamander [108]
The Good Nurse Charles Cullen [109]

Television

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1998 Animal Ark John Hardy Episode: "Bunnies in the Bathroom" [110]
2003 Doctors Rob Huntley Episode: "Crescendo" [111]
2005 Elizabeth I The Earl of Southampton Episode: "Southampton" [112]
2008 Tess of the d'Urbervilles Angel Clare 4 episodes [113]
2010 The Miraculous Year Connor Lynn Unreleased pilot [114]
The Pillars of the Earth Jack Jackson 8 episodes [115]
2012 Birdsong Stephen Wraysford 2 episodes [116]
2015 War Art with Eddie Redmayne Himself Documentary [117]
2017 CBBC Visits the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts Himself Documentary [118]
2018 BBC Children in Need Himself Comedy interview [119]
2024 The Day of the Jackal The Jackal Filming [120]

Theatre

Year Title Role Venue Notes Ref.
2002 Twelfth Night Viola Shakespeare's Globe [121]
2003 "Master Harold"...and the Boys Master Harold Everyman Theatre [122]
2004 The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? Billy Almeida Theatre [123]
Hecuba Polydorus Donmar Warehouse Off-West End [124]
2008 Now or Later John Jr. Royal Court Theatre West End [125]
2009–2010 Red Ken Donmar Warehouse Off-West End [126]
John Golden Theatre Broadway [127]
2010 The Children's Monologues Young boy Old Vic Theatre Off-West End [128]
2011–2012 Richard II Richard II Donmar Warehouse [129]
2021–2022 Cabaret The Emcee Playhouse Theatre West End [130]
2024 August Wilson Theatre Broadway [39]

Video games

Year Title Voice role
2016 Lego Dimensions Newt Scamander

Discography

Audiobooks
Year Title Author Role Ref(s).
2011 My Week with Marilyn Colin Clark Narrator [131]
2017 Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them J.K Rowling Narrator [131]
2021 Another Year of Wonder : Classical Music for Every Day Clemency Burton-Hill Narrator [131]

Accolades

See also

References

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