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Rupert Everett

Rupert Everett's biography

Rupert Everett is 63 years old actor born at Burnham Deepdale. He was born on Friday 29th of May 1959. According to year of birth 1959 he belongs to Boomers. Birthday on 29th of May means he is Gemini. Gemini is a dual sign of Zodiac Belt. One born with this rising sign is very dual and creative in nature with lots of verbosity. They are the most expressive people as they love talking.

He is citizen of United Kingdom. His primary profession is to be actor. You can know him also as film actor, film producer, novelist, writer, stage actor, manufacturer, model, television actor. He is recently known as film director.

Rupert Everett's dad

Rupert Everett's father's name is Anthony Michael Everett.

Rupert Everett's mom

Rupert Everett's mother's name is Sara MacLean.

Rupert Everett's schools

We found 3 schools He attended. Complete list of schools: Central School of Speech and Drama, Ampleforth College, Farleigh School.

Rupert Everett's career

His main focus is to be actor.

Awards and competitions

Rupert Everett's Awards

  • 1999 VH1 Vogue Fashion Award for most fashionable male celebrity.
  • He was awarded the 1981 London Critics' Circle Theatre Award (Drama Theatre Awards) for Most Promising New Actor of 1980 for his performance in the play, "Another Country".
  • He of "The Vortex" in the Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson/Josephine Hart and Stagescreen productions at the (University of California) James A. Doolittle Theatre in Los Angeles, California was awarded the 1991 Drama-Logue Award for Performance.

Rupert Everett's Nominations

  • He was nominated for European Film Award for Best Actor for work An Ideal Husband in 1999
  • He was nominated for European Film Award for Best Actor for work The Happy Prince in 2018

Rupert Everett's quotes

  • Why would I wear pink trousers? It's hard enough being gay.
  • I have nothing to complain about... except maybe people wondering if a queen like me can butch-it-up enough to play a convincing straight man.
  • I'm a sex machine to both genders. It's all very exhausting. I need a lot of sleep.
  • I think Elton has lost it completely. He loves to tell you how he overcame addictions - drugs, bulimia... He did not overcome addictions. He went from one to another... All these shopping sprees, and not controlling his mouth.
  • English actors are treated like immigrants - they're a gypsy race. They go where the work is and there's never been much work in England. They're treated very badly.
  • One of the great things about getting older is that unemployment becomes more and more fun.
  • [on Americans] Now they are whiny victims whose language is entirely taken from two TV shows - Friends (1994) and Sex and the City (1998) - and there's nothing sexy about them any more.
  • If I had to choose between being successful as a singer and successful as an actor, I know I would choose singing. (Speaking in 1987)
  • A really funny chat can get me out of it. If I can have a laugh, I'm fine. Maybe I'm just too superficial to be properly depressed.
  • I've spent years getting it together, half getting it together, nearly getting it together, and it falling apart. I don't think people thought I was a good actor, probably.
  • If you're going to one of those endless meetings with ghastly executives in some hideous TV company while hungover from a night on crystal meth, you're probably not going to make the most coherent argument.
  • [on Another Country (1984) and Dance with a Stranger (1985)] My first two movies were classics. I should probably have died in a crash if I had been at all serious about my career.
  • [on Another Country (1984)] The best-made film of my career.
  • Hearts of Fire (1987) was the full-on, no-survivors crash of my career.
  • [on Unconditional Love (2002)] One of the best movies I have ever done.
  • I don't look in the mirror. Not much. I've spent a long time looking in the mirror ... I had that gay shame when I was young. I wanted to be better looking all the time. I was always striving to look right.
  • [on Piers Morgan] I've always imagined him to be hung like a budgie underneath it all.

Rupert Everett's body shape

Lets describe how Rupert Everett looks. We will focus on his body shape. Body build is average.