Ralph Fiennes

Actor, Producer
Born: 12/22/1962 in Suffolk, England, GB


Actor (61)

The Lego Batman Movie 2017 (Movie)

Alfred Pennyworth (Voice)

A Bigger Splash 2016 (Movie)

Harry Hawkes (Actor)

Hail, Caesar! 2016 (Movie)

Laurence Lorentz (Actor)

Kubo and the Two Strings 2016 (Movie)

Moon King (Voice)

Two Women 2016 (Movie)

Mikhail Rakitin (Actor)

Late Night with Seth Meyers 2014 - 2015 (Tv Show)


Spectre 2015 (Movie)

M (Actor)

The Grand Budapest Hotel 2014 (Movie)

M. Gustave (Actor)

Wuthering Heights (1992) 2014 (Movie)


Flying Horses 2013 (Movie)

Muybridge (Actor)

Great Expectations 2013 (Movie)

Magwitch (Actor)

The Invisible Woman 2013 (Movie)

Charles Dickens (Actor)

Skyfall 2012 (Movie)

Gareth Mallory (Actor)

Wrath of the Titans 2012 (Movie)

Hades (Actor)

Coriolanus 2011 (Movie)

Caius Martius "Coriolanus" (Actor)

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 2011 (Movie)

Lord Voldemort (Actor)

The Daily Show 2011 (Tv Show)


Cemetery Junction 2010 (Movie)


Clash of the Titans 2010 (Movie)

Hades (Actor)

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 2010 (Movie)

Lord Voldemort (Actor)

Nanny McPhee Returns 2010 (Movie)

Lord Gray (Actor)

Page Eight 2010 (Movie)


The Wildest Dream 2010 (Movie)

George Mallory (Voice)

The Hurt Locker 2009 (Movie)

Contractor Team Leader (Actor)

In Bruges 2008 (Movie)

Harry (Actor)

Scream 2007 2007 - 2008 (TV Show)


The Duchess 2008 (Movie)

The Duke (Actor)

The Reader 2008 (Movie)

Michael Berg (Actor)

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix 2007 (Movie)

Lord Voldemort (Actor)

Land of the Blind 2006 (Movie)

Joe (Actor)

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 2005 (Movie)

Lord Voldemort (Actor)

The Chumscrubber 2005 (Movie)

Michael Ebbs (Actor)

The Constant Gardener 2005 (Movie)

Justin Quayle (Actor)

Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit 2005 (Movie)

Voice of Victor Quartermaine (Actor)

White Countess 2005 (Movie)

Jackson (Actor)

Chromophobia 2004 (Movie)

Stephen Tulloch (Actor)

The Good Thief 2003 (Movie)

Tony Angel (Actor)

Maid in Manhattan 2002 (Movie)

Christopher Marshall (Actor)

Red Dragon 2002 (Movie)

Francis Dolarhyde/The Tooth Fairy (Actor)

Spider 2002 (Movie)

Dennis "Spider" Cleg (Actor)

Sunshine 2000 (Movie)

Ignatz Sonnenschein/Ivan Sors/ Adam Sors (Actor)

Onegin 1999 (Movie)

Evgeny Onegin (Actor)

The End of the Affair 1999 (Movie)

Maurice Bendrix (Actor)

The Avengers 1998 (Movie)

John Steed (Actor)

The Prince of Egypt 1998 (Movie)

of Rameses (Voice)

Oscar and Lucinda 1997 (Movie)

Oscar Hopkins/Oscar's Great Grandson (Actor)

Last of the Czars 1995 - 1996 (TV Show)


The English Patient 1996 (Movie)

Almasy (Actor)

Strange Days 1995 (Movie)

Lenny Nero (Actor)

The Cormorant 1995 (Movie)

John (Actor)

Quiz Show 1994 (Movie)

Charles Van Doren (Actor)

Schindler's List 1993 (Movie)

Amon Goeth (Actor)

The Baby of Macon 1993 (Movie)

Bishop's Son (Actor)

Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights 1992 (Movie)

Heathcliff (Actor)

Prime Suspect 1991 - 1992 (TV Show)


Bernard and Doris (TV Show)


The Miracle Maker (TV Show)

Director (3)

The Invisible Woman 2013 (Movie)


Coriolanus 2011 (Movie)


Snow Country (Movie)

Producer (2)

Coriolanus 2011 (Movie)


Onegin 1999 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)
Music (2)

A Bigger Splash 2016 (Movie)

("Miss Manhattan") (Song Performer)

The Prince of Egypt 1998 (Movie)

("The Plagues") (Song Performer)
Camera, Film, & Tape (1)

The Constant Gardener 2005 (Movie)

Justin Quayle POV Camera(Kenyan Unit) (Camera)
Other (1)

The Good Thief 2003 (Movie)

Fine Art Advisor (Advisor)


Francesca Annis Actor

Annis played Gertrude to Fiennes' Hamlet in 1994 Announced split February 2006 after a newspaper reported that Fiennes had had an affair with a Romanian singer

Ellen Barkin Actor

Rumored to have dated in 2006 No longer together

Michael Emery

Born Dec. 31, 1952; foster brother; moved in with the Fiennes family when he was 11

Joseph Fiennes Actor

Born May 27, 1970; fraternal twin of Jacob; starred in "Shakespeare in Love" (1998) and "Elizabeth" (1998)

Mark Fiennes

Remarried in 1996 after wife's death Collapsed suddenly and died in December 2004 at age 71

Jini Fiennes

Died Christmas 1993 from breast cancer complications at age 54

Martha Fiennes Director

Born Feb. 5, 1965 Directed her brother in the film "Onegin" (1999)

Jacob Fiennes

Born May 27, 1970; fraternal twin of Joseph

Sophie Fiennes Producer

Born in 1967

Magnus Fiennes Music

Born in 1965

Alex Kingston Actor

Began relationship c. 1983 when they were classmates at RADA Married in September 1993 Divorced on Oct. 28, 1997 after Fiennes left Kingston for actress Francesca Annis


Bishop Wordsworth's School

Salisbury , Wiltshire

Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

London , England 1982 - 1985
Attended with future wife Alex Kingston

Chelsea College of Art and Design

Studied there for only one year



Helmed and starred in the title role in the feature adaptation of Shakespeare's "Coriolanus"


Reprised role of Hades in the fantasy adventure sequel "Wrath of the Titans"


Cast in 007 feature "Skyfall," directed by Sam Mendes


Portrayed Hades, God of the Underworld, in a remake of "Clash of the Titans"


Reprised role of Lord Voldemort for the seventh and final installment of the series directed by David Yates, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows"; film released in two parts, Part 1 in November 2010 and Part 2 in July 2011


Co-starred with Emma Thompson in the family comedy "Nanny McPhee Returns"


Co-starred and narrated the Stephen Daldry directed film adaption of "The Reader"


Co-starred with Keira Knightley in an adaption of Amanda Foreman's best-selling biography "The Duchess"; earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor


Portrayed Bernard Lafferty, Doris Duke's (Susan Sarandon) gay butler in the HBO film "Bernard and Doris"; received Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG nominations for Best Actor in a TV-Movie


Reprised role of Lord Voldemort in "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix"


Returned to Broadway to star in a revival of Brian Friel's "Faith Healer"; earned a Tony nomination for his performance


Cast as Harry Potter's biggest enemy, the evil Lord Voldemort in "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire"


Played the title role in Fernando Meirelles' "The Constant Gardener"


Starred in Christopher Hampton's play "The Talking Cure" at London's National Theater


Starred opposite Jennifer Lopez in the Cinderella-like "Maid in Manhattan"


Portrayed the tattooed serial killer Francis Dolarhyde in "Red Dragon"


Played title role in Henrik Ibsen's "Brand" for the Royal Shakespeare Company


Voiced the role of Jesus in the BBC claymation production of "The Miracle Maker" (ABC)


Cast in stage productions of "Richard II" and "Coriolanus" at London's old Gainsborough Studios; reprised performances at Brooklyn Academy of Music


Co-starred opposite Julianne Moore in "The End of the Affair"


Starred in (also executive produced) the film version of "Onegin"; directed by sister Martha


Undertook three roles in "Sunshine," Istvan Szabo's generational drama about a Jewish-Hungarian family


Lent his voice to the character Rameses, in his first biblical animated feature "Prince of Egypt"


Co-starred with Cate Blanchett in "Oscar and Lucinda"


Earned Best Actor Oscar nomination for his portrayal of the title role in "The English Patient"


Broadway debut in the title role of "Hamlet"; won Tony Award


Starred as Charles Van Doren in the critically-acclaimed, Oscar-nominated "Quiz Show"


Breakout role, playing the Nazi concentration camp commandant Amon Göth in Steven Spielberg's "Schindler's List"; earned Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination


Cast in a major role in the very controversial Peter Greenaway film "The Baby of Mâcon" with Julia Ormond


Film debut in Emily Bronte's "Wuthering Heights"; first collaboration with actress Juliette Binoche


British TV debut, the mystery drama "Prime Suspect" (ITV)


Joined the Royal Shakespeare Company for two seasons, acting in productions of "King Lear" and "Henry VI" (as Henry)


Asked to join Michael Rudman's company at England's National Theatre


Stage debut with the Open Air Theatre, performing in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Twelfth Night"

Raised in England and Ireland

Bonus Trivia


His name was pronounced "rafe fines."


On working on "Onegin" (1999), Fiennes told the London's Evening Standard (Oct. 29, 1999): "I have a lot of anxiety about the film. I'm quite anxious as a person and I get quite knotted-up inside during filming about the state of the weather, people on set and things like that. I need to work with someone who can balance my anxiety with a stoicism. I'm a bit awkward about the title of executive producer. I had a lot of input and had final decisions on the script and the casting but I had nothing at all to do with the financial aspect of it. It has been quite a bruising experience."