A handsome, athletic blond British lead, James Wilby garnered his first film success as the title character of "Maurice" (1987), the Merchant-Ivory adaptation of E M Forster's novel about an Edwardian...
Played Sidney Carton in TV production of "A Tale of Two Cities" (aired on PBS)
Starred in the TV miniseries "The Woman in White" (aired in the USA on PBS' "Masterpiece Theatre")
Portrayed Sigfried Sassoon in Gillies MacKinnon's "Regeneration"
Returned to the London stage as star of the revival of John Osborne's "A Patriot for Me"
Co-starred in the Merchant-Ivory production "Howards End"
Cast as a dissolute Englishman in India in "Cotton Mary"
Made West End acting debut in "Another Country"
Starred in title role of the Merchant-Ivory production "Maurice"; starred opposite Hugh Grant
Portrayed a scheming guest at the titular home in "Gosford Park"
Potrayed Diana Rigg's son in the acclaimed British TV drama "Mother Love" (aired in USA on PBS' "Mystery!")
Featured in "De-lovely" with Kevin Kline as the legendary American composer Cole Porter
Screen acting debut in "Privileged"; co-starred with Hugh Grant
Had featured role in British TV adaptation of "Adam Bede"
Cast as King George VI in the biographical drama "Bertie and Elizabeth"; aired on PBS' "Masterpiece Theatre"
Played Sir Clifford Chatterly in BBC production of "Lady Chatterley"; co-starred with Joely Richardson and Sean Bean; released theatrically abroad
A handsome, athletic blond British lead, James Wilby garnered his first film success as the title character of "Maurice" (1987), the Merchant-Ivory adaptation of E M Forster's novel about an Edwardian youth coming of age and coming to terms with his homosexuality.