British actor Tom Hardy was born on September 15, 1977 in an artistic family. My mother - an artist, his father - the creator of commercials and sitcoms. The boy became interested in acting since childhood profession. Parents reacted favorably to his choice, went to get a decent education. Tom Hardy was in school, "Tower House", "Reeds", as well as the Richmond Theatre School. After graduating, Tom Hardy decided to devote his life to the theater and cinema. In 1998, Tom Hardy entered the London Drama Center and studied with a teacher who was a mentor of Anthony Hopkins.
Tom Hardy. CARIER START
Pretty soon Tom left school in 2001, he was invited to play an ordinary US Army in the miniseries "Band of Brothers." This is a picture of the Second World War was created by historian Stephen Ambrose's book. The work, however, was noticed. Therefore, this game can be called a debut in the military thriller, 2001 "The Fall" Black Hawk Down "by Ridley Scott. The historical drama based on real events of hostilities in Mogadishu and has been put on the book by Mark Bowden.
WORK IN NORTH AFRICA
In 2002, Tom moved away from military themes and appeared in the feature film by Matthew Parkhill. This melodrama "and points on." Partner Hardy became Gael Garcia Bernal. Then the actor moved to North Africa to work on another military band "Simon English footballer." In the same year Tom went first notable role in his career. It is a clone of Captain Reman Pretona Shinzona in the sci-fi film "Enterprise." And then followed by another remarkable work - along with Whoopi Goldberg, Patrick Stewart starred in the film, whose budget was fabulous - $ 60 million.
ENGLAND - NEW STAGE OF CREATIVITY
But for the next job, Tom Hardy returned to England. He was lucky to play Matt thriller titled «LD50: Lethal dose." The picture was published in 2003 and tells of a group of terrorists Greenpeace who hunted raid on the laboratory test animals.
A parallel to the actor worked in the theater. In 2003 he was even awarded the prestigious theater prize "premium London Evening Standard Theatre Award» for his roles in productions of "Arabia, we will be kings" and "Blood." A year later, Tom was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award as most promising newcomer in 2003. Moreover, all identified Hardy for the same performance "Arabia, we will be kings." Further, the actor took part in the film "Escape from Colditz Castle" and "Layer Cake." And then, in 2005, he was given a role in the drama series "Virgin Queen" Coke Giedroyc channel BBC. His hero - Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. It is a childhood friend of Elizabeth the First. Their relationship in the film were presented as platonic, but not without romantic plaque.
A year later, there was just a few pictures with the actor. Hardy appeared in the role of John Fleming in the film «A for Andromeda». This painting is based on the eponymous classic science fiction series of 60-ies. It may be noted and the work of Thomas in the historical drama "Marie Antoinette" of reckless Austrian princess who became Queen of France. The audience greeted the painting on "hurray". Especially fans responded enthusiastically Tom Hardy, as in contrast to previous work in this film the actor had a lot, and the spectators were able to enjoy a game of Tom.
"Past lives" and other works TOM HARDY
In 2006, the actor appeared in the picture romantic comedy "The scenes of a sexual nature" Bloom as well as in the horror film "The Minotaur" and "Sweeney Todd."
A year later, the actor appeared on the big screen in the film based on real events. This TV drama "Stewart Past Life." Tom played the main character, Stewart turned into a homeless person on whom many years abused, and perhaps driven to suicide. Acting, plot and soundtrack - all this has caused considerable interest in the picture. At the same time, the actor starred in such films as "The Flood," "Torture Chamber", "Medoulend" and "Oliver Twist." In the fall of 2008 Tom Hardy lit in the gangster comedy "RocknRolla," Guy Ritchie. The actor got the role of a gay gangster, a member of the criminal group "Wild gang" leader who played Gerard Butler. It then falls in love with the hero of Tom.
The actor starred in "Thick as Thieves" with Antonio Banderas and Morgan Freeman, and then appeared in the film "Sucker Punch." It is in 2008, and a year later Tom was offered a very important role in the biographical drama "Bronson" Nicolas Winding Refn. The film tells of the existence of prisoner Charles Bronson, who was born in a happy family, but the 40 years of his life in solitary confinement for various offenses. He was the most dangerous criminal in Britain. For the credibility of the role of Hardy build muscle mass by 19 kilograms.
In June of the same year, Tom worked as the crime drama "buy" and it played a gangster who earned his alcohol and drugs. The role brought Hardy nomination Crime Thriller Awards for Best Actor. In 2009, Tom appeared in the film adaptation of Emily Brontë's novel "Wuthering Heights." The main role he performed brilliantly.
In 2010, Tom appeared in the play "The Long Red Road" Philip Seymour Hoffman in Chicago's Goodman Theatre. In the press there were rave reviews about the game Tom as an alcoholic who was trying to drink away his past. The actor previously suffered from alcohol and drug addiction, but in 2003 gave up bad habits. Another landmark work in 2010 stla released film "Warrior," a master of martial arts. However, here Hardy appeared in the role of a crazy artist.
PERSONAL LIFE OF TOM HARDY
In 1999, the actor married Sarah Hardy. Marriage, however, proved to be unstable. The couple divorced. Tom has a son from his ex-girlfriend Rachel Speed. On the film "Wuthering Heights", in 2009, the actor went to Charlotte Riley. A year later, followed by a proposal, but they only formalized relations in 2014. In October 2015 the couple had a baby.
Tom Hardy NOW
Tom continues his creative career, revealing new facets of his talent. So, he co-authored the script show «Candy Chops» and «Kickapoo Dust». Both works have been successfully sold to production companies and Rob Brydon «Left Bank», respectively.
In 2014 are published two pictures with Hardy in the title role: "Lock" and "collective fund". In 2015, actor filmography enlarged pictures "Number 44", "Mad Max: Fury Road", "The Legend" and "Survivor."
Edward Thomas Hardy (born 15 September 1977) is an English actor and producer. His motion picture debut was in Ridley Scott's 2001 action film Black Hawk Down. Hardy's other notable films include the science fiction film Star Trek: Nemesis (2002), the crime film RocknRolla (2008), biographical psychological drama Bronson (2008), sports drama Warrior (2011), Cold War espionage film Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011), crime drama Lawless (2012), drama Locke (2013), mobster film The Drop (2014), and the biographical western thriller The Revenant (2015), for which he received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. He portrayed "Mad" Max Rockatansky in the post-apocalyptic film Mad Max: Fury Road (2015), and both of the Kray twins in the crime thriller Legend (2015). He has appeared in three Christopher Nolan films: the science fiction thriller Inception (2010), the superhero film The Dark Knight Rises (2012), as Bane, and the action-thriller Dunkirk (2017), based on the British evacuation in World War II. Hardy has been cast as Eddie Brock/Venom in a live-action film adaptation of the same name, set to be released in 2018.