RUPERT EVERETT Biography - Other artists & entretainers


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Rupert Everett has attained international stardom due to a memorable array of both comic and dramatic film roles. He is currently in negotiations to star in a sitcom titled Mr. Ambassador for Legally Blonde producer Marc Platt. The show, which Everett will executive produce, revolves around a British ambassador stationed in Washington D.C.


In film, Everett was most recently seen in the classic’ Oscar Wilde tale, The Importance of Being Earnest, directed by Oliver Parker and starring Judi Dench, Colin Firth and Reese Witherspoon. Later this summer he can be seen opposite Kathy Bates, Julie Andrews, Lynn Redgrave and Jonathan Pryce in Who Shot Victor Fox. The comedy reunites Everett with My Best Friend’s Wedding director P.J. Hogan.


Everett has recently completed production in London on Mike Barker’s Cromwell & Fairfax, in which he plays King Charles I. Set in 17th century England, the film also stars Tim Roth and Dougray Scott. He also just completed a French miniseries, which is a remake of Dangerous Liasons, directed in English and French by Josee Dayan and starring Catherine Deneuve, Nastassja Kinski and Leelee Sobieski.