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Pryce, Jonathan Biography




biography of Pryce, Jonathan

John Price
1 June 1947, Holywell, Flintshire, Wales, UK
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Jonathan Pryce was born on June 1, 1947, in Holywell, Wales. His father, named Isaac Price, was a coal miner, who died in 1976. His mother, named Margaret Ellen (nee Williams), was a retail cashier. He left the home of his parents at age 16 to attend an art school, where he became interested in drama. At some point he changed the spelling of his last name from Price to Pryce. He studied acting on a scholarship at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. After graduation from RADA, he joined the Liverpool Everyman Theatre and eventually became its Artistic Director. In the 1970s Pryce established himself on the London stage with appearances in 'The Taming of the Shrew', 'Hamlet', and 'Measure for Measure' among other plays. He won the 1977 Tony Award for his Broadway debut in 'Comedians', for which he also earned the 1977 Theatre World Award and the 1977 nomination for Drama Desk Outstanding Actor Award. Pryce earned his second Tony Award 15 years later for the role as "The Engineer", a half-Vietnamese/half French pimp in 'Miss Saigon'. Pryce created the role in the original London production and agreed to reprise the role on Broadway in a transplant of the same production. Despite controversy over his appearance -- the actors union decried the long-standing practice of hiring white actors to play Asian or Eurasian characters, especially given the paucity of roles for Asian characters, and it also objected to the producer's refusal to even audition any Asian actors -- he gave a brilliant performance. In 1976 Pryce made his big screen debut in _Voyage of the Damned (1976)_ (qv). But it wasn't until 1983 that he made a strong impression with his scary performance as a freaky manipulative Mr. Dark in Ray Bradbury's _Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)_ (qv). Pryce shot to fame with _Brazil (1985)_ (qv) and his role as Sam Lowry, a technocrat trying to correct an error caused by a bug and himself becomes entangled in psychopathic bureaucracy eventually becoming an enemy of the state. He also filled such strong and authoritative roles, as dictator Juan Peron opposite Madonna in _Evita (1996)_ (qv), then co-starred opposite Pierce Brosnan as Elliot Carver, the evil megalomaniac media mogul in the 18th Bond film, _Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)_ (qv). Pryce's versatility and multifaceted talent rarely had a chance to take him beyond playing freaks and villains in film, an imposed forte which he, however, managed to overcome in his numerous stage performances and in a few film and TV works. He went on playing a range of characters marked with sophistication and depth, such as his subtle and nuanced portrayal of author Lytton Strachey in _Carrington (1995)_ (qv), for which he won the Best Actor Award at Cannes. Pryce also shone in musicals 'My Fair Lady' and 'Oliver' to name just a few. Pryce made numerous works for television ranging from costume dramas to comedy, and from narrations to singing. In January 2006, he replaced John Lithgow as Lawrence Jameson in the acclaimed musical version of 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels'. He appeared as the timid Jamaican Governor Wetherby Swann in _Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)_ (qv), and the sequel _Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006)_ (qv), and the third installment of the Pirates franchise, _Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007)_ (qv). Jonathan Pryce has been with his partner, actress Kate Fahy, since 1974 when they met at the Everyman Theatre Liverpool Company, though they have never married. They have two sons, Patrick (born 1983) and Gabriel (born 1986), and one daughter, Phoebe (born 1990). Pryce and Fahy also co-starred in the 2004 production of 'The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?'. Fahy and Pryce reside with their family in England.
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-   Pryce was one of the stars of _Dark Blood (2012)_ (qv), along with 'Judy Davis (I)' (qv) and 'River Phoenix' (qv), but the movie was never released due to Phoenix's death during filming in 1993.

-   Originated the role of "The Engineer" in the musical, Miss Saigon.

-   He was awarded the Laurence Olivier Theatre Award in 1990 (1989 season) for Best Actor in a Musical for Miss Saigon.

-   He was nominated for a 2002 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Actor in a Musical of 2001 for his performance in My Fair Lady at the Royal National Theatre: Lyttelton and then later at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.

-   Children: Patrick (b. 1983), Gabriel (b. 1986) and Phoebe (b. 1990).

-   Performed in plays for the Royal Shakespeare Company, in the period 1978 to 1987.

-   Became an Associate Member of RADA.

-   Alumni of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).

-   Was the artistic director of the Liverpool Everyman, during the seventies.

-   He appeared in most of Nissan's luxury car division in America, Infiniti's television ads in the mid-1990s.

-   Won two Tony Awards: in 1977 as Best Actor (Featured Role - Play) for "Comedians," and in 1991 for Best Actor (Musical) for "Miss Saigon."

-   Pryce was at the center of a racially-charged controversy regarding his role in the mid-1980s musical Miss Saigon. He played "The Engineer," a half-French Caucasian/half-Vietnamese Asian pimp, in the original London cast, but when producer Cameron Mackintosh wanted to transfer the UK cast to the original Broadway opening, the US performers' union Actors' Equity objected on the grounds that Pryce, a Welsh Caucasian, should not have been allowed to play an Asian person. Their arguments against Pryce's casting were that a White person playing an Asian one amounted to minstrelsy, denied already-scarce roles to Asian actors, and was an "affront to the Asian community." In response, Mackintosh canceled the Broadway production (despite having sold advance tickets), so Actor's Equity reversed its decision on a technicality in their bylaws that exempts producers from having to audition domestic actors for a transplanted production if the original star is deemed famous enough. The policies regarding racial casting issues that Actor's Equity set in place in response to this incident still govern Broadway casting as of 2006.

-   He won a 1980 Laurence Olivier Award for his depiction of Hamlet, a performance made famous by his also playing the role of Hamlet's father's ghost as a regurgitated voice.

-   Awarded an honorary doctorate by The University of Liverpool on 12th December 2006 in recognition of his contribution to the acting arts on stage and screen.

-   He was awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2009 Queen's Birthday Honours List for his services to Drama.


-   TV commercials for Infiniti automobiles (1994-)

-   Played the emcee in the musical "Cabaret" (1993).

-   Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, original BBC series. Played Zarniwoop and the AutoPilot on a derelict spacecraft.

-   Played in Chekhov's "Three Sisters" - PLayhouse Theatre, London (2003).

-   Played the engineer in Cameron Macintosh's production of the new musical "Miss Siagon" - Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London (1989)/ Broadway Theater, NYC (1991).

-   Played Fagin in Cameron Macintosh's revival of the musical "Oliver!" - London Palladium (1995).

-   Voice of Zarniwoop in the BBC radio drama, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Episode 12, (1980)

-   Radio (2005): Played "Zarniwoop" and "Vann Harl" in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Quandary and Quintessential Phases on BBC Radio 4.

-   Played Lawrence Jameson in the hit Broadway musical "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" - NYC (January 2006).

-   Played Lodovico in "The White Devil" - Old Vic Theatre, London (1976).

-   Played George in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" by 'Edward Albee' (qv) - Ahmanson Thatre, LA (2000).

-   Played Astrov in Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya" - Vaudeville Theatre, London (1988).

-   The fool in "The Accidental Death of an Anarchist" by 'Dario Fo' (qv) - Belasco Theatre, NYC (1984).

-   His National Theatre credits include: Belvany in "Engaged" (1975), Mick in "The Caretaker" by 'Harold Pinter' (qv) (1980), Henry Higgins in the musical "My Fair Lady" (2001, also West End).

-   Played Guido in the musical "Nine" - NYC (1992).

-   Played Trigorin in Chekhov's "The Seagull" - Lyric Hammersmith/ Queen's Theatre, London (1985).

-   His acting credits at Liverpool's Everyman Theatre (where he was also briefly artistic director) include: the title role in Shakespeare's "Richard III". His directing credits there include: Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew", "The Sea Anchor", "Cantril Tales" and "A Taste of Honey" by 'Shelagh Delaney' (qv).

-   Played the title character in "Lenz" - Hampstead Theatre Club, London (1976).

-   His Royal Shakespeare Company credits include: Patruchio in "The Taming of the Shrew", Angelo in "Measure For Measure" and Octavius in "Anthony & Cleopatra" (1978), the title role in "Macbeth" (1986),

-   Played Gethin in "Comedians" by 'Trevor Griffiths (I)' (qv) - Nottingham Playhouse/ Old Vic Theatre, London (1975)/ Music Box Theatre, NYC (1977).

-   His credits at London's Royal Court Theatre include: Rainer in "Heroes" (1975) and the title role in Shakespeare's "Hamlet" (1980).

-   Played Spencer in "A Reckoning", a new play by Wesley Moore - Soho Theatre, London (2003).

-   Played Martin in the UK premiere of "The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?" - Almeida Theatre/ Apollo Theatre, London (2004).

-   Played Shelley in "Glengarry Glen Ross" by 'David Mamet' (qv) - Apollo Theatre, London (2007-8).

-   (March 2009): Played Dimetos in "Dimetos" play by Athol Fugard (Donmar Warehouse, London, England, UK).

-   (1976) He acted in John Webster's play, "The White Devil," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Glenda Jackson, Jack Shepherd, Frances De La Tour, Patrick Magee, John Kane, James Villiers, and Miriam Margolyes in the cast. Michael Lindsay-Hogg was director.

-   (1980) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet," at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England with Michael Elphick, Jill Bennett, Harriet Walter, and Christophe Logue in the cast. Richard Eyre was director.

-   (1988) He acted in Michael Frayn's translation of Anton Chekhov's play, "Uncle Vanya," at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Michael Gambon, Greta Scacchi, Imelda Staunton, and Rachel Kempson in the cast. Michael Blakemore was director.

-   (1978) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Taming of the Shrew," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Company Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Paola Dionisotti in the cast. Bogdanov was director.

-   (1978) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Antony and Cleopatra," for Measure," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Alan Howard, Glenda Jackson, Alan Rickman, Patrick Stewart, David Suchet, Paola Dionisotti, Juliet Stevenson, and Richard Griffiths in the cast. Peter Brook was director.

-   (1978) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Measure for Measure," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Michael Pennington and Paola Dionisotti in the cast. Barry Kyle was director.

-   (1979) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Taming of the Shrew," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Paola Dionisotti, David Suchet, Zoe Wanamaker, Ian Charles, Juliet Stevenson, and Ruby Wax in the cast. Michael Bogdanov was director.

-   (1979) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Antony and Cleopatra," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Glenda Jackson, Alan Howard, Juliet Stevenson, Patrick Stewart, and David Suchet in the cast. Peter Brook was director.

-   (1986) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Macbeth," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Sinead Cusack, Alfred Burke, Nicholas Woodeson, David Killick, Hugh Quarshie, David Troughton, and Penny Downie in the cast. Adrian Noble was director.

-   Comedians (1976). Written by 'Trevor Griffiths (I)' (qv). Directed by 'Mike Nichols (I)' (qv). Music Box Theatre: 28 Nov 1976- 3 Apr 1977 (145 performances + 39 previews that began on 28 Oct 1976). Cast: 'Milo O'Shea' (qv) (as "Eddie Waters"), 'John Lithgow (I)' (qv) (as "Ged Murray"), 'Jonathan Pryce' (qv) (as "Gethin Price"), Rex Robbins (as "Bert Challenor"), Norman Allen (as "Caretaker"), 'Armand Assante' (qv) (as "Teddy"), Jayant Blue (as "Mr. Patel"), Jarlath Conroy (as "Mick Connor"), Jeffrey DeMunn (as "Phil Murray"), Robert Gerringer (as "Club Secretary- M.C."), Larry Lamb (as "George McBrain"), David Margulies (as "Sammy Samuels"). Replacement actor: 'Jonathan Hogan (I)' (qv) (as "Ged Murray") [from 24 Jan 1977- ?; Broadway debut]. Produced by Alexander H. Cohen. Produced in association with Gabriel Katzka and Edward L. Schuman. Co-Producer: 'Hildy Parks' (qv) and Roy A. Somlyo. Theatre owned and operated by 'Irving Berlin (I)' (qv) [who had no direct involvement in this production] and Select Theatres Corporation.

-   (1985) He acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "The Seagull," at the Queens Theatre in London, England with Vanessa Redgrave, Natasha Richardson, John Lynch, and Alfred Burke in the cast. Charles Sturridge was director.

-   (December 1974-January 1976) He acted in the Repertoire Season in the National Theatre at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England in Henrik Ibsen's play, "John Gabriel Borkman;" Rene Clair's play, "Grand Manoeuvres;" Peter Shaffer's play, "Equus;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Heartbreak House;" Harold Pinter's play, "No Man's Land;" Samuel Beckett's play, "Happy Days;" Moliere's play, "The Misanthrope;" Trevor Griffiths's play, "Comedians;" Seneca's play, "Phaedra Brittanica;" W.S. Gilbert's play, "Engaged;" John Millington Synge's play, "The Playboy of the Western World;" P.L. Travers's play, "Plunder;" William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet;" and Joseph Campbell's play "Judgement;" with Albert Finney, John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, Peggy Ashcroft, Wendy Hiller, Colin Blakely, Alec McCowen, Diana Rigg, Eileen Atkins, Frank Finlay, Angela Lansbury, Peter Egan, Simon Ward, Alan MacNaughtan, Alan Webb, Anna Carteret, Anna Massey, Cheryl Campbell, David Yelland, Diana Quick, Dinsdale Landen, Edward De Souza, Frank Grimes, Gawn Grainger, Gillian Barge, Graham Crowden, J.G. Devlin, Jane Wenham, Jimmy Jewel, Kate Nelligan, Margaret Whiting, Mark Dignam, Michael Feast, Michael Gough, Michael Jayston, Nicholas Clay, Patience Collier, Paul Rogers, Pauline Collins, Polly Adams, Ralph Nossek, Robert Eddison, Roland Culver, Stephen Rea, Struan Rodger, Susan Fleetwood, Terence Rigby, and Trevor Ray in the cast.

-   (September 20,1989)He acted in Claude-Michel Schonburg and Alain Boublil's musical, "Miss Saigon," at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, England with Claire Moore, Simon Bowman, Peter Polycarpou, Keith Burns, Lea Salonga, Ruthie Henshall, Johnny Amobi, and Nick in the original cast on opening night.

-   (1976) He acted in John Webster's play, "The White Devil," at the Old Vic Theatre in (West End) London, England with Glenda Jackson, Jack Shepherd, Frances De La Tour, Patrick Magee, John Kane, James Villiers, and Miriam Margolyes in the cast. Michael Lindsay-Hogg was director.

-   (January, April, June-December 1980) He acted in the British National Theatre Season Repertoire of Athol Fugard's play, "A Lesson From Aloes," Peter Shaffer's play, "Amadeus," William Shakespeare's plays, "As You Like It," "Othello," and Richard III;" Arthur Miller's plays, "Death of a Salesman and "The Crucible;" David Storey's play, "Early Days," Terence Rattigan's plays, "Harlequinade" and "The Browning Version;" Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's play, "Hiawatha," Eugene O'Neill's plays, "Hughie," "The Iceman Cometh," and "The Long Voyage Home;" Nigel Williams's play, "Line 'Em," Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Sisterly Feelings," Henrik Ibsen's play, "The Wild Duck," Bernard Pomerance's play, "The Elephant Man," Howard Brenton's play, "The Romans in Britain," Bertolt Brecht's play, "The Life of Galileo," John Vanbrugh's play, "The Provok'd Wife," religious plays, "The Passion" and "The Nativity;" Harold Pinter's play, "The Caretaker," play, "Thee and Me," Tom Stoppard's play, "Undiscovered Country," Lillian Helman's play, "Watch on the Rhine," and J.B. Priestley's play, "When We Are Married," at the Olivier Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Cottesloe Theatre in London, England with Peggy Ashcroft, Robin Bailey, Gillian Barge, Brenda Blethyn, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, David Burke, Selina Cadell, Simon Callow, Anna Carteret, Kenneth Cranham, Andrew Cruickshank, Phil Daniels, J.G. Devlin, Mark Dignam, Edna Dore, Lindsay Duncan, Susan Engel, Michael Gambon, Brian Glover, Gawn Grainger, Nicky Henson, Greg Hicks, Ian Hogg, Harold Innocent, Peter Jeffrey, Felicity Kendall, Sara Kestelman, Michael Kitchen, Phyllida Law, Alec McCowen, Peter McEnery, Geraldine McEwan, Mark McManus, Warren Mitchell, Stephen Moore, John Normington, Bill Owen, Joyce Redman, Ralph Richardson, Joan Sanderson, Leslie Sands, Paul Scofield, Jack Shepherd, Frederick Treves, Dorothy Tutin, Penelope Wilton, and John Wood in the cast.

-   (January 1981-April 1981) He acted in the British National Theatre production repertoire season in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Man and Superman;" Henry Wadsworth Longellow's play, "Hiawatha;" Howard Brenton's play, "The Romans in Britain;" "Bertolt Brecht's play, "The Life of Galileo;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Sisterly Feelings;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Othello" and "Measure for Measure;" Peter Shaffer's play, "Amadeus;" Harold Pinter's play, "The Caretaker;" John Vanbrugh's play, "The Provok'd Wife;" Lillian Hellman's play, "Watch on the Rhine;" Bernard Pomerance's play, "The Elephant Man;" Terrence Rattigan's plays, "The Browning Version," and "Harlequinade,;" the play, "The Nativity," Ivan Turgenev's play, "A Month in the Country;" Tom Taylor's play, "The Ticket-Of-Leave Man;" and Moliere's play, "Don Juan," with Francesca Annis, Peggy Ascroft, Norman Beaton, Brenda Blethyn, Michael Bryant, David Burke, Yvonne Bryceland, Simon Callow, Jane Carr, Anna Carteret, Paul Copley, Kenneth Cranham, Andrew Cruickshank, J.G. Devlin, Lindsay Duncan, Michael Gambon, Brian Glover, Michael Gough, Nicky Henson, Greg Hicks, Felicity Kendall, Michael Kitchen, Daniel Massey, Alec McCowen, Geraldine McEwan, Warren Mitchell, Stephen Moore, John Normington, Ralph Richardson, David Schofield, Paul Scofield, Nigel Terry, Penelope Wilton, and John Wood in the cast.


-   'I'm not a star, I'm an actor - there's a difference!'


-   (2001) Starring as Professor Henry Higgins in Trevor Nunn's production of My Fair Lady, which began at the National Theatre and has since moved to the Drury Lane Theatre in London.

-   (April 2004) Currently starring as Martin in Edward Albee's controversial play "The Goat or Who is Sylvia?" at the Apollo Theatre in London's West End.

-   (May 2005) Reprised his role as Zarniwoop (and a new character, Vann Harl) in the new "Quandary Phase" episodes of "The Hitch Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy" BBC4 radio series, adapted from book 4 of the late 'Douglas Adams' (qv)' "Hitch Hiker's Trilogy", "So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish".

-   (January 2006) Started a stint as conman Lawrence Jameson in the hit Broadway Musical "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" playing at the Imperial Theater in NYC

-   (2006) Currently starring in Broadway's Dirty Rotten Scoundrels with Norbert Leo Butz.

-   (January 2005) Starring in Broadway's Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. He is taking over the role of Lawrence Jamison, originally played by John Lithgow.

-   (June 2009) Camden Town, London, England

-   (October 2009) Starring in Harold Pinter's The Caretaker at the Everyman in Liverpool.


-   "The Times" (UK), 15 November 2008, by: Hugo Rifkind, "Jonathan Pryce: from Shakespeare to a mad scientist in Clone"

-   "The New York Times" (USA), 20 April 2006, by: Randy Kennedy, "Star of Stage, Figure of Bronze"

-   "TV Guia" (Portugal), 1997, Iss. 944, pg. 84

-   "Newsweek" (USA), 27 November 1995, by: Chang, Yahlin, "The Pitchman Cometh"


-   "Playboy" (USA), November 1986, Vol. 33, Iss. 11, pg. 129, by: Bruce Williamson, "Sex In Cinema 1986"


-   "Starlog" (USA), November 1983, Vol. 6, Iss. 76

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  137. "Tickets for the Titanic" (1987) {Everyone a Winner (#2.3)}
  138. Man on Fire (1987)
  139. Haunted Honeymoon (1986)
  140. Jumpin' Jack Flash (1986)
  141. Brazil (1985)
  142. The Doctor and the Devils (1985)
  143. An Audience with Mel Brooks (1983) (TV)
  144. Martin Luther, Heretic (1983) (TV)
  145. Praying Mantis (1983) (TV)
  146. Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)
  147. The Making of 'Something Wicked This Way Comes' (1983) (TV)
  148. The Ploughman's Lunch (1983)
  149. Murder Is Easy (1982) (TV)
  150. "Panorama" (1953) {Two Weeks in Winter: How the Army Took Over Poland}
  151. Loophole (1981)
  152. Timon of Athens (1981) (TV)
  153. "Roger Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (1981) {(#1.1)}
  154. "Roger Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (1981) {(#1.2)}
  155. "Roger Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (1981) {(#1.3)}
  156. "Roger Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (1981) {(#1.4)}
  157. "Roger Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (1981) {(#1.5)}
  158. "Roger Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (1981) {(#1.6)}
  159. "Theatre Box" (1981) {School for Clowns (#1.5)}
  160. Breaking Glass (1980)
  161. The Day Christ Died (1980) (TV)
  162. "Play for Today" (1970) {Comedians (#10.3)}
  163. "BBC2 Play of the Week" (1977) {For Tea on Sunday (#1.20)}
  164. After the Boom Was Over (1977) (TV)
  165. Spasms (1977) (TV)
  166. "Chalk and Cheese" (1977) {Pilot (#1.0)}
  167. Voyage of the Damned (1976)
  168. "BBC2 Playhouse" (1974) {Play Things (#3.8)}
  169. "Bill Brand" (1976) {It Is the People Who Create (#1.11)}
  170. Daft As a Brush (1975) (TV)
  171. "Play for Today" (1970) {The Death of a Young, Young Man (#5.11)}
  172. "Doomwatch" (1970) {Fire and Brimstone (#3.1)}

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