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Colin Andrew Firth (born 10 September, 1960) is an English film, television and stage actor.

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes Debut/Premiere
1984 Another Country Tommy Judd May 1984 - Cannes
Camille Armand Duval Made for TV Movie 11 December 1984 - USA
1985 1919 (young) Alexander Scherbatov February 1985 - W. Ger.
Dutch Girls Neil Truelove Made For TV Movie
1986 Lost Empires (TV mini-series) Richard Herncastle with Sir Laurence Olivier 24 October 1986 - UK
1987 A Month in the Country Tom Birkin 24 September 1987 - USA
Pat Hobby:Teamed With Genius Rene Wilcox PBS Shorts Special
The Secret Garden (adult) Colin Craven Hallmark Hall of Fame 30 November 1987 - USA
1988 Tumbledown Robert Lawrence Made for TV Movie 30 May 1988 - UK
1989 Apartment Zero Adrian LeDuc 8 September 1989 - TIFF
Valmont Valmont 17 November 1989 - USA
1990 Femme Fatale Joseph Prince
Wings of Fame Brian Smith 23 March 1990 - Netherlands
1991 Out of the Blue Alan Play for Television 22 August 1991 - UK
1993 Hostages John McCarthy Television - HBO 20 February 1993 - UK
The Hour of the Pig Richard Courtois aka The Advocate 25 September 1993 - Dinard
1994 Master of the Moor Stephen Whalby Made for Television - UK 2 September 1994 - UK
Playmaker Michael Condron/Ross Talbert aka Death Date (Germany) 16 May 1994 - Cannes
The Deep Blue Sea Freddie Page Play for Television - UK
1995 Circle of Friends Simon Westward 15 March 1995 - USA
Pride and Prejudice Fitzwilliam Darcy Television mini-series 24 September 1995 - UK
The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd Charles Holroyd Play for Television - UK 14 October 1995 - UK
1996 The English Patient Geoffrey Clifton 6 November 1996 - USA
1997 A Thousand Acres Jess Clark 19 September 1997 - USA
Fever Pitch Paul Ashworth 4 April 1997 - UK
Nostromo Charles Gould Television mini-series 5 January 1997 - USA
1998 Shakespeare in Love Lord Wessex 3 December 1998 - USA
1999 Blackadder: Back & Forth William Shakespeare short 6 December 1999 - UK
Donovan Quick Donovan Quick/Daniel Quinn Made for Television - UK
My Life So Far Edward Pettigrew 23 July 1999 - USA
The Secret Laughter of Women Matthew Field 26 November 1999 - UK
The Turn of the Screw The Master Masterpiece Theater 26 December 1999 - UK
2000 Relative Values Peter Ingleton 23 June 2000 - UK
2001 Bridget Jones's Diary Mark Darcy 4 April 2001 - UK
Conspiracy Wilhelm Stuckart Television - HBO 21 May 2001 - US
Londinium aka Fourplay Allen Portland Television - HBO 2 September 2001 - USA
2002 The Importance of Being Earnest Jack Worthing 17 May 2002 - USA
2003 Girl with a Pearl Earring Johannes Vermeer 31 August 2003 - Telluride
Hope Springs Colin Ware 14 March 2003 - UK
Love Actually Jamie Bennett 7 September 2003 - TIFF
What a Girl Wants Henry Dashwood 27 March 2003 - USA
2004 Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason Mark Darcy 8 Nov 2004 - Netherlands
Trauma Ben Slater 19 January 2004 - Sundance
2005 Nanny McPhee Cedric Brown 9 October 2005 - UK
Where The Truth Lies Vince Collins 13 May 2005 - Cannes
2006 Born Equal Mark Armitage Television movie - UK 4 December 2006 - UK
2007 The Last Legion Aurelius 19 April 2007 - Russia
And When Did You Last See Your Father? Blake Morrison May 2007 - Cannes
Then She Found Me Frank 7 September 2007 - TIFF
St. Trinian's Geoffrey Thwaites
2008 The Accidental Husband Richard Bratton completed
Mamma Mia! Harry Bright post-production
Genova Joe post-production
2009 Easy Virtue filming




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