Paul Ritter

Acteur de 53 ans (05 mars 1966)

Biographie

Paul Ritter is a British stage and screen actor.
Ritter has had roles in Quantum of Solace, Son of Rambow, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Nowhere Boy, The Eagle and the 2007 television serial Instinct.
He has also appeared in the comedy drama Pulling, the ITV1 thriller Vera, and the Channel 4 comedy Friday Night Dinner. He played Pistol in Henry IV, Part II in BBC 2's cycle of Shakespeare's history plays, The Hollow Crown. The Telegraph described Ritter as 'an actor who is surely destined for greatness very soon. His Pistol conveyed perfectly the shock of a man who reluctantly had left behind the rowdy cheer of Eastcheap, and found himself in middle age contemplating the melancholy of a medieval autumn.'
Ritter was nominated for a Tony Award in 2009 for his role in The Norman Conquests. In 2012 he appeared in the stage version of Mark Haddon's novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the National Theatre. He played Ed Boone, the father of the main character Christopher.

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NW

de Saul Dibb

Film NW

Inferno

de Ron Howard

3.5
Film Inferno

Mapp & Lucia

de Diarmuid Lawrence

Film Mapp & Lucia

Tommy Cooper: Not Like That, Like T...

de Ben Caron

Film Tommy Cooper: Not Like That, Like This

Wodehouse In Exile

de Tim Fywell

Film Wodehouse In Exile

Complicit

de Niall MacCormick

Film Complicit

The Night Watch

de Richard Laxton

1
Film The Night Watch

L'Aigle de la neuvième légion

de Kevin Macdonald

3.7
Film L'Aigle de la neuvième légion

Nowhere Boy

de Sam Taylor-Wood

4.0
Film Nowhere Boy

Harry Potter et le Prince de Sang-m...

de David Yates

4.2
Film Harry Potter et le Prince de Sang-mêlé

The other man

de Richard Eyre

3.3
Film The other man

Son of Rambow

de Garth Jennings

2
Film Son of Rambow

Une belle journee

de Gaby Dellal

1
Film Une belle journee

Fields of Gold

de Bill Anderson

Film Fields of Gold

The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz

de Ben Hopkins

1
Film The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz

Their Finest

de Lone Scherfig

3.6
Film Their Finest