Born and raised in Swaziland, Richard E. Grant wears a watch on both wrists. One belongs to his late father and is set to Swaziland time. He has a younger brother, Stuart, who is an accountant in South Africa.
Richard's father, Henrik, was Minister of Education in Swaziland. His mother and father divorced when Richard was 11, following her affair.
Richard studied drama at Cape Town University where he co-founded the Troupe Theatre Company. He moved to London in 1982 and worked in theatre until he got his big break with the cult hit Withnail and I in 1986.
Since then, Richard has appeared in over 60 movies, with some of Hollywood's leading directors and actors. He's also written two books, and appeared in many theatre productions.
Richard married Joan Washington, a dialect coach, in 1986, giving Richard a step-son, Tom. The same year their first child Tiffany died within 30 minutes of birth. In 1989, they had a second child, Olivia, who was healthy.
Richard E. Grant's Scores
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|Dom Hemingway||Apr 4, 2014||Dickie||tbd|
|Khumba||Dec 6, 2013||Bradley||4.0|
|1st Night||May 3, 2013||Adam / Adam||tbd|
|The Iron Lady||Dec 30, 2011||Michael Heseltine||6.1|
|Hemingway's Garden of Eden||Dec 10, 2010||Colonel Philip Boyle||4.8|
|The Nutcracker||Nov 24, 2010||Father||4.4|
|Love Hurts||Nov 13, 2009||Ben Bingham||3.0|
|Filth and Wisdom||Oct 17, 2008||Professor Flynn||5.4|
|Penelope||Feb 29, 2008||Franklin Wilhern||7.0|
|Wah-Wah||May 12, 2006||Director / Writer||7.9|
|Corpse Bride||Sep 16, 2005||Barkis Bittern||7.2|
|The Story of an African Farm||Jun 3, 2005||Bonaparte Blenkins||tbd|
|Monsieur N.||Jan 21, 2005||Hudson Lowe||5.0|
|Strictly Sinatra||Jun 29, 2001||Himself||tbd|
|The Little Vampire||Oct 27, 2000||Frederick Sackville-Bagg||6.5|
|The Portrait of a Lady||Dec 24, 1996||Lord Warburton||8.3|
|The Age of Innocence||Sep 17, 1993||Larry Lefferts||8.1|
|Dracula||Nov 13, 1992||Dr. Jack Seward||7.4|
|The Player||Apr 3, 1992||Tom Oakley||8.7|
|Hudson Hawk||May 24, 1991||Darwin Mayflower||6.8|
|L.A. Story||Feb 8, 1991||Roland Mackey||8.4|