Camera, Film, & Tape
Bishop Wordsworth's School
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
Chelsea College of Art and Design
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
His name was pronounced "rafe fines."