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Bill Nighy By Sue Blackhall

Bill Nighy by Sue Blackhall

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Bill Nighy is one of Britain's best loved film, theatre and television personalities and, thanks to his appearances in Hollywood blockbusters Love Actually and Pirates of the Carribbean, he has also become a massive worldwide star.

Bill Nighy Summary

Bill Nighy: The Unauthorised Biography by Sue Blackhall

Born into a working-class family in Caterham, Surrey, in 1949, Bill attended the Guildford School of Dance and Drama before embarking on a two-year theatre stint in Liverpool. His London stage debut came in 1977 at the National Theatre, and many more theatre, radio and television appearances followed, including radio performances of Yes Minister for the BBC. He has said that the job that launched his career was 1991 BBC series The Men's Room. In 1998, he first came to international prominence with his role as a washed-up rock star in Hollywood film Still Crazy. But it was the Richard Curtis smash hit Love Actually, in 2004, that really propelled Bill into the limelight - many though that his performance as shameless old rocker Billy Mack was one of the best of the whole film, and it earned him a BAFTA for Best Supporting Actor. Since then, Bill has earned yet more plaudits, starring in the acclaimed TV drama State of Play and Gideon's Daughter, and appearing once again on the silver screen in the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy and hit comedy Rock the Boat. His wit, charm and on-screen presence have endeared him to legions of fans, and his film and TV work shows that he is an accomplished performer who can bring a touch of magic to any role. This is the fascinating story of one of the most intriguing and entertaining characters in the business.

About Sue Blackhall

Sue Blackhall is a former Fleet Street journalist and executive and television critic. She started her career as Royal reporter and diarist on the Windsor Express. Sue and her partner later went on to break the story of the 'Squidgygate' tapes chronicling the real story behind the breakdown of Princess Diana's marriage in the number one bestseller Fall of the House of Windsor. Now a freelance writer for national newspapers and magazines, Sue is also the author of other factual books including Tsunami, Ghosts of New York, Crimes of Passion and Fool Britannia as well as co-writing a series of crime compilations.

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Bill Nighy: The Unauthorised Biography by Sue Blackhall
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