Hugh Grant was born in London, England on September 9th 1960 to parents James and Finvola Grant. Hugh has a brother named James.
Hugh attended Latmyer Upper School before gaining a scholarship which enabled him to study at New College, Oxford in 1979. Whilst attending New College he majored in English Literature.
Hugh's on screen debut came in 1982 when he gained the role of Lord Adrian in Privileged. During the 1980s Hugh performed in various television and stage roles. In the early 1990s Hugh started to gain fame and started to gain larger roles. In 1994 Hugh starred in Four Weddings and a Funeral. His role in this film as Charles catapulted him to major fame, and he went on to appear in popular films such as Sense and Sensibility and Notting Hill. Coming into the 2000s, Hugh has appeared in hugely successful films including Bridget Jones's Diary, About a Boy and Two Weeks Notice.
Hugh Grant's Scores
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|The Man from U.N.C.L.E.||Aug 14, 2015||Waverly / Waverly||7.6|
|The Rewrite||Feb 13, 2015||Keith Michaels||6.5|
|Cloud Atlas||Oct 26, 2012||Principal Cast / Alberto Grimaldi/Cannibal / Rev. Giles Horrox/Hotel Heavy/Lloyd Hooks/Denholme Cavendish/Seer Rhee/Kona Chief / Reverend Giles Horrox/Bouncer/Lloyd Hooks/Denholme Cavendish/Seer Rhee/Koona Chief||8.3|
|The Pirates! Band of Misfits||Apr 27, 2012||Pirate Captain||7.0|
|Did You Hear About the Morgans?||Dec 18, 2009||Paul Morgan||5.5|
|Music and Lyrics||Feb 14, 2007||Alex Fletcher||8.3|
|American Dreamz||Apr 21, 2006||Martin Tweed||4.4|
|Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason||Nov 12, 2004||Daniel Cleaver||6.8|
|Two Weeks Notice||Dec 20, 2002||George Wade||7.4|
|About a Boy||May 17, 2002||Will||7.7|
|Bridget Jones's Diary||Apr 13, 2001||Daniel Cleaver||8.7|
|Mickey Blue Eyes||Aug 20, 1999||Michael Felgate||8.7|
|Notting Hill||May 28, 1999||William Thacker||8.1|
|Sense and Sensibility||Dec 13, 1995||Edward Ferrars||8.4|
|Four Weddings and a Funeral||Mar 9, 1994||Charles||8.6|
|The Remains of the Day||Nov 5, 1993||Reginald Cardinal||8.8|
|Maurice||Sep 18, 1987||Clive Durham||7.9|
|Florence Foster Jenkins||TBA||St Clair Bayfield||tbd|