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He was awarded the London Critics Circle Theatre Award Drama Theatre Award for Best Actor for his performances in Cyrano de Bergerac and Much Ado About Nothing.
He was awarded the London Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Actor for his performance in Much Ado About Nothing.
Replaced Donald Sutherland as Franklyn Madson in Dead Again Won Broadway's Tony Award as Best Actor Play for William Shakespeare 's "Much Ado About Nothing.
On the shortlist of actors considered for the main guest lead of Captain Rorvik played by Clifford Rose in the episode "Warriors' Gate" of Doctor Who After 27 years together, registered his civil partnership with long-term partner Richard Clifford in March , four months after civil unions became legal in England and Wales.
In , when Jacobi auditioned for Britain's just-forming National Theatre, Olivier hired him as an understudy and spear-carrier.
Luckily for Jacobi, the actor he was understudying. Jeremy Brett got the call to Hollywood, and Jacobi inherited all his parts.
Was one of three actors considered for the role of Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs Once was invited to play Hamlet at Kronborg Castle, better known as Elsinore Castle, the setting of the play itself.
Along with Mark Gatiss , he is one of only two actors to play both the "Doctor Who" character the Doctor and his greatest enemy, the Master. He played the former as well as a failed television writer named Martin Bannister in the Big Finish "Doctor Who Unbound" audio drama Deadline.
He played the latter in both the BBCi webcast Doctor Who: Scream of the Shalka and the Doctor Who episode "Utopia". He has portrayed two different versions of the "Doctor Who" character the Master: an android copy of the first incarnation of the Master in the BBCi webcast Doctor Who: Scream of the Shalka and the fifth incarnation of the Master in the Doctor Who episode "Utopia".
Played "Hamlet" opposite Timothy West and, later, John Turner as "Claudius" in the Prospect Theatre Company productions.
He would later direct Kenneth Branagh in the title role, before appearing as "Claudius" in the film production directed by Branagh.
After Roger Delgado , Peter Pratt , Geoffrey Beevers , Anthony Ainley , Gordon Tipple and Eric Roberts , he is the seventh actor to play the Master, the Doctor's greatest enemy.
He played the role in Doctor Who: Utopia He was succeeded in the role by John Simm and Michelle Gomez. Nominated for the Tony Award New York City for Actor in a Drama for "Breaking the Code".
Has appeared in several films as a character with a stutter: the title character in I, Claudius , Frankie in Dead Again , Alan Turing in Breaking the Code He also appears in The King's Speech , though not as the character who stutters.
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Lista completa — — —presente. Anthony Quayle Ed Flanders Burgess Meredith Howard Da Silva Marlon Brando George Grizzard David Warner Laurence Olivier Richard Kiley Art Carney Karl Malden John Malkovich Dabney Coleman John Shea Derek Jacobi The following year Jacobi appeared in The Host and Come Away.
Prime examples of this down-to-earth approach can be seen in his performances as Richard II and Hamlet in the ambitious BBC— Public Broadcasting Service Shakespeare Plays television anthology — Along with his mentor Laurence Olivier, Jacobi holds both a Danish and a British knighthood.
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Please refer to the appropriate style manual or other sources if you have any questions. Facebook Twitter. He appeared in the television dramas Inside the Third Reich , where he played Hitler ; Mr Pye ; and Little Dorrit , based on Charles Dickens 's novel; The Tenth Man with Anthony Hopkins and Kristin Scott Thomas.
In , he lent his voice to the character of Nicodemus in the animated film, The Secret of NIMH. In , he starred as Daedalus in episode 4 of Jim Henson's The Storyteller: Greek Myths.
Jacobi continued to play Shakespeare roles, notably in Kenneth Branagh 's film of Henry V as the Chorus , and made his directing debut as Branagh's director for the Renaissance Theatre Company 's touring production of Hamlet , which also played at Elsinore and as part of a Renaissance repertory season at the Phoenix Theatre in London.
The s saw Jacobi keeping on with repertoire stage work in Kean at the Old Vic , Becket in the West End the Haymarket Theatre and Macbeth at the RSC in both London and Stratford.
In Jacobi voiced Mr Jeremy Fisher in The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends. He was appointed the joint artistic director of the Chichester Festival Theatre , with the West End impresario Duncan Weldon in for a three-year tenure.
As an actor at Chichester he also starred in four plays, including his first Uncle Vanya in he played it again in , bringing the Chekhov play to Broadway for a limited run.
Jacobi's work during the s included the episode series TV adaptation of the novels by Ellis Peters , Cadfael — and a televised version of Breaking the Code Film appearances of the era included performances in Kenneth Branagh 's Dead Again , Branagh's full-text rendition of Hamlet as King Claudius , John Maybury 's Love is the Devil , a portrait of painter Francis Bacon , as Senator Gracchus in Gladiator with Russell Crowe , and as "The Duke" opposite Christopher Eccleston and Eddie Izzard in a post- apocalyptic version of Thomas Middleton 's The Revenger's Tragedy In , Jacobi won an Emmy Award  by mocking his Shakespearean background in the television sitcom Frasier episode " The Show Must Go Off ", in which he played the world's worst Shakespearean actor: the hammy, loud, untalented Jackson Hedley.
This was his first guest appearance on an American television programme. Jacobi has narrated audio book versions of the Iliad , The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.
Lewis , Farmer Giles of Ham by J. Tolkien , and two abridged versions of I, Claudius by Robert Graves. In , he provided the voice of "Duke Theseus" in The Children's Midsummer Night's Dream film.
In , Jacobi toured Australia in The Hollow Crown with Sir Donald Sinden , Ian Richardson and Dame Diana Rigg. Jacobi also played the role of Senator Gracchus in Gladiator and starred in the miniseries The Jury.
He is also the narrator for the BBC children's series In the Night Garden In , he was involved with Scream of the Shalka , a webcast based on the science fiction series Doctor Who.
He played the voice of the Doctor's nemesis the Master alongside Richard E. Grant as the Doctor.
In the same year, he also appeared in Deadline , an audio drama also based on Doctor Who. Therein he played Martin Bannister, an ageing writer who makes up stories about "the Doctor", a character who travels in time and space, the premise being that the series had never made it on to television.
Jacobi later followed this up with an appearance in the Doctor Who episode " Utopia " June ; he appears as the kindly Professor Yana, who by the end of the episode is revealed to actually be the Master.
Jacobi admitted to Doctor Who Confidential he had always wanted to be on the show: "One of my ambitions since the '60s has been to take part in a Doctor Who.
The other one is Coronation Street. So I've cracked Doctor Who now. I'm still waiting for Corrie. In , Jacobi starred in Friedrich Schiller 's Don Carlos at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield , in an acclaimed production, which transferred to the Gielgud Theatre in London in January The London production of Don Carlos gathered rave reviews.
Also in , he starred as Lord Teddy Thursby in the first of the four-part BBC series The Long Firm , based on Jake Arnott 's novel of the same name.
In Nanny McPhee , he played the role of the colourful Mr. Wheen, an undertaker. He played the role of Alexander Corvinus in the movie Underworld: Evolution.
In March , BBC Two broadcast Pinochet in Suburbia , a docudrama about former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet and the attempts to extradite him from Great Britain; Jacobi played the leading role.
In September , it was released in the U. In , he appeared in the children's movie Mist , the tale of a sheepdog puppy, he also narrated this movie.
In July—August , he played the eponymous role in A Voyage Round My Father at the Donmar Warehouse , a production which then transferred to the West End.
In February , The Riddle , directed by Brendan Foley and starring Jacobi, Vinnie Jones , and Vanessa Redgrave , was screened at Berlin EFM.
Jacobi plays twin roles: first a present-day London tramp and then the ghost of Charles Dickens. In March , the BBC's children's programme In the Night Garden He played Nell's grandfather in ITV's Christmas adaptation of The Old Curiosity Shop , and returned to the stage to play Malvolio in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night for the Donmar Warehouse at Wyndham's Theatre in London.
In , he returned to I, Claudius , as Augustus in a radio adaptation. In , he was part of a medieval epic, Ironclad , which also starred James Purefoy and Paul Giamatti, as the ineffectual Reginald de Cornhill, castellan of Rochester castle.
Jacobi starred in Michael Grandage 's production of King Lear London, , giving what The New Yorker called "one of the finest performances of his distinguished career".
In April , he appeared in Titanic: Blood and Steel and in November , he starred in the BBC series Last Tango in Halifax.
In , he starred in the second series of Last Tango , and in , the third series. In , Jacobi starred alongside Ian McKellen in the ITV sitcom Vicious as Stuart Bixby, the partner to Freddie Thornhill, played by McKellen.
On 23 August the show was renewed for a six-episode second series which began airing in June Since , Jacobi has again portrayed The Master in several box set series for Big Finish Productions , collectively entitled "The War Master".