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Rowan Sebastian Atkinson (born January 06, 1955) is an English comic actor and screenwriter. He is best known for his work on the comedy satirical series not the news of the nine, and comedies Black adder and Mr. Bean. It has been included in The Observer as one of the 50 funniest British comedy actors, and between the actors in the top 50 comedy always in a study of 2005 from other comedians.Atkinson, the youngest of four siblings, was born in Cosette, County Durham, England His parents Eric Atkinson, Director and producer of the company, and Ella may (née Bainbridge), who married June 29, 1945. His three older brothers were Paul, who died in infancy, Rodney, Economist, who narrowly lost the UK Independence Party leadership election in 2000, and Rupert. Atkinson was educated at Durham singers Anglican and, St. Bees school and Newcastle University In 1975, the master's degree in electrical engineering from Queen's University in Oxford, in the same school as his father was enrolled in 1935, who made an honorary member in 2006. First achieve Atkinson notification at Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 1976, while in Oxford, who also acted and performed early sketches for the Oxford University dramatic society (ouds) Magazine and Oxford experimental Theater Club (ETC), meeting writer Richard Curtis and composer Howard Goodall, who continued to work throughout his career.Atkinson, starring in a series of comedy shows on BBC Radio 3 in 1978, called "Atkinson People". It consisted of a series of satirical fictional interview with fantastic people who played Atkinson himself. This series is written by Atkinson and Richard Curtis and starring Griff Rhys Jones After graduating from University, Atkinson toured with Angus Deayton as his straight man in an act that was eventually filmed for a television show. After the success of the show, he did a one-off pilot on television London weekend in 1979, called Canned laughter. Atkinson went to no. Nine O ' clock–do news on the BBC, his friend John Lloyd. He played in the series, as well as Pamela Stephenson, Griff Rhys Jones and Mel Smith, and was one of the main sketch writers.The success of the Nine o' Clock News does not lead to its dominant role in the medieval comedy, Black Adder, who is also co-wrote with Richard Curtis, in 1983. After three years of work again, especially because of budgetary problems, was written in the second series, this time Curtis and Ben Elton, and first shown in 1986. Black adder II followed the fate of one of the descendants of the basic characteristics of Atkinson, this time in the poetry. The same pattern was repeated in two distant Black adder the Third (1987) (set in the era of the Regency), and Black adder goes forth (1989) (set in World War I). Black adder series has become one of the most successful BBC situation comedies of all time, spawning television, including the development of Black adder Christmas Carol (1988) and Black adder: Officer years (1988). Atkinson another famous creation, the hapless Mr. Bean, first appeared in new year's day in 1990 in the middle of a building in time for the Thames Television. Character of Mr. Bean has been likened to somewhat to a Keaton Buster today during this time, Atkinson appeared at the festival of comedy Just for Laughs in Montreal in 1987 and 1989. Sequels more Mr. Bean appeared on television in the 1990s and, finally, becoming an important film in 1997. Right bean, was directed by Mel Smith, his former co-star of the nine o'clock news. A second movie was released in 2007 entitled Mr. Bean's holiday.In 1995 and 1997, Inspector Raymond Fowler in Atkinson described the popular series The Thin Blue Line TV show, written by Ben Elton, which takes place in a police station located at Gas forth fictitious.Front campaigns for Atkinson Kronenbourg, electrical goods Hitachi,  Fuji film, and donate blood. Atkinson has emerged as an espionage agent unhappy and prone to errors of a long series of work for Barclay card, in which the character of her role in Johnny English, and Johnny was based Reborn.Atkinson played also the role of a star in the racing cars at a reasonable price, Top Gear in July 2011 where he recorded the fastest lap in the Kia cee ' da, with a time of 1: 26.2.
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Atkinson film career began in 1983, with some support from the Bond movie "unofficial" Never Say Never Again and a leading role in time out, with Nigel Hawthorne. He appeared on the news of the nine was the debut as a director Guy co-star Mel Smith is high in 1989. He also appeared alongside Angelica Huston and Mai Zetterling in Roald Dahl Brugge, in 1990. In 1993, he played the role of Dexter Hayman in Hot Shots! Part Deux, a parody of Rambo III, starring Charlie Sheen.Atkinson gained further recognition with his interpretation of a vicar verbally clumsy in 1994 hit four weddings and a funeral. That same year appeared in Walt Disney El Rey León as Zazu the Hornbill's Red Bill. Atkinson continued appearing in supporting roles in successful comedies, including Rat Race (2001), Scooby-Doo (2002) and Love Actually (2003).In 2005, he served in the crime MOM / keep the comedy also starring Kristin Scott Thomas, Maggie Smith and Patrick Swayze.In addition to his roles, Atkinson was also successful as an actor. His television character Mr. Bean debuted on the big screen in 1997 with Bean to international success. A sequel, Mr. Bean's holiday, was released in March 2007 and could be the last time I played the character also participated in the James Bond spoof Johnny English in 2003. Its sequel, Johnny English Revival will be released in 2011.
Rowan Atkinson has been the scene of satire-which also appear with the members of Monty Python-the ball of the secret police (1979)Rowan Atkinson has appeared in a revival of the musical West End 2009 Oliver! as Fagin . The production was directed by Rupert Gold. A year before he played in a show of pr-West End, in Oxford, directed by James Bond Jez.
Best known for his use of physical comedy in his character Mr. Bean, mark Atkinson, other characters are mostly based on language. Atkinson played often authority figures (especially the priests and vicars) talking absurd lines with a completely deadpan delivery. One of the devices of your brand better known comic book is more of articulation of "B" sound like the pronunciation of "Bob" in an episode of Blackadder. Atkinson suffers from stuttering and articulation is a technique to overcome problematic consonants.Atkinson, often based on the visual style, which was compared with Buster Keaton, which differentiates it from most modern television comedies and film, which rely heavily on dialogue, and stand-up comedy, on the basis of more monologues. This talent for visual comedy has led to Atkinson being called "rubber man face" comedy has been made reference to this in an episode of Blackadder the third, as Baldrick (Tony Robinson) refers to his master, Mr. Black adder, as "lazy, big noses, rubber-faced bastard".
Sunetra Sastry Atkinson first met in 1980 when she was working as a makeup artist with the BBC. Sastry is of mixed origin, the daughter of an Indian father and mother married Britannica.Tânar Russian tea room in New York, February 5, 1990. They have two children and live in Oundle, Northampton shire and Ipsden, Oxford shire and High bury, in London. [Citation needed] In October 2010, his co-star Stephen Fry Black adder said Rob Brydon See his autobiography in seconds (Fry Chronicles) that, although he was already openly gay at that time, he considered the request Sastry (who was his makeup artist) out. However, when Rowan came to him one day and asked if he could change the make-up artists because I wanted to ask if Sastry, "any idea of calling out Sunetra left. Fry was best man, Atkinson in 90. Atkinson was in relationship with actress Leslie Ash.
In June 2005, Atkinson led a coalition of actors in United Kingdom and writers, including Nicholas Hytner, Stephen Fry and Ian McGowan, the British Parliament in an attempt to force a revision of the controversial law racial and religious hatred, that his trial would give a power of religious groups to impose censorship in the arts.In 2009, the legislation criticized homophobic speech, saying that the House of Lords to vote against the Government attempt to remove a clause of free speech in the anti-gay hate law.
Atkinson has won the following awards:
Variety Club Award for BBC Personality of the Year – 1980
BAFTA Best Light Entertainment Performance – 1989
Whatsonstage Award for Oliver! – 2010
Nomination for Laurence Olivier Award for Oliver! – 2010