Jeremy Irons

Biography: Jeremy Irons was born in 1948 in Cowes. He attended Sherborne School in Dorset until 1966. After leaving school, Jeremy Irons worked various jobs as a street musician,assistant stage manager, house-cleaner, busker (singing and playing guitar outside movie theaters), and gardener. He then trained for an acting career at the Bristol Old Vic School. The Bristol Old Vic repertory company gave him a job, and with them he worked in drama of all kinds. He moved from Bristol to London in 1971 and got the part of John the Baptist in the West End musical Godspell. Jeremy began to build a career in the theatre and on television. He first got international acclaim with his lead role as Charles Ryder in Brideshead Revisited, after which his name was made. Jeremy married Julie Hallam in 1969, but the marriage was annulled later that year. Jeremy is married to the actress Sinead Cusack. They have two children. Jeremy owns Kilcoe Castle (which he had painted a rusty pink) in County Cork, Ireland.

Jeremy Irons' Scores

  • Movies
  • TV
Average career score: 56
Highest Metascore: 93 Reversal of Fortune
Lowest Metascore: 14 Dungeons & Dragons
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 12 out of 33
  2. Negative: 6 out of 33
33 movie reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
56 The Man Who Knew Infinity Apr 29, 2016 G.H. Hardy / G.H. Hardy 7.2
44 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Mar 25, 2016 Alfred / Alfred Pennyworth 7.0
56 Race Feb 19, 2016 Avery Brundage 6.5
52 Beautiful Creatures Feb 14, 2013 Macon Ravenwood 5.9
57 Casanova Dec 25, 2005 Pucci 6.6
49 Callas Forever Nov 5, 2004 Larry Kelly 5.4
54 And Now... Ladies and Gentlemen... Aug 1, 2003 Valentin Valentin 6.8
59 Langrishe Go Down Jul 17, 2002 Otto Beck 4.0
42 The Time Machine Mar 8, 2002 Über-Morlock 6.4
46 Lolita Jul 22, 1998 Humbert Humbert 8.0
48 The Man in the Iron Mask Mar 13, 1998 Aramis 6.3
60 Stealing Beauty Jun 14, 1996 Alex 7.6
58 Die Hard: With a Vengeance May 19, 1995 Simon Gruber 8.8
43 M. Butterfly Oct 1, 1993 René Gallimard 6.5
46 Kafka Nov 15, 1991 Kafka 8.8