Stephen Rea

Rea at JDIFF 2012 Stephen Rea ( ; born 31 October 1946) is an Irish actor of stage and screen. Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, he began his career as a member of Dublin's Focus Theatre, and came to the attention of film audiences as one of the close collaborators of director Neil Jordan. He is an Academy Award, Golden Globe Award and Tony Award nominee, a two-time BAFTA Award winner, and a three-time Irish Film and Television (IFTA) Award winner.

Rea was nominated for an Oscar and a BAFTA Award for his performance in Jordan's thriller ''The Crying Game'' (1992). He also starred in Jordan's films ''Interview with the Vampire'' (1994), ''Michael Collins'' (1996), ''The End of the Affair'' (1999), ''Breakfast on Pluto'' (2005), and ''Greta'' (2018).

He played starring roles in the Hugo Blick TV series ''The Shadow Line'' and ''The Honourable Woman'', for which he won a BAFTA. As a stage actor, he is known for his performances at The Gate and Abbey Theatres in Dublin, and the Royal Court Theatre in London. He is a co-founder of the Field Day Theatre Company with Brian Friel.

In 2020, ''The Irish Times'' ranked Rea the 13th greatest Irish film actor of all time. Provided by Wikipedia

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