Anthony Hopkins

Biography

Anthony Hopkins was born on 31 December 1937, in Margam, Glamorgan, Wales. Influenced by Richard Burton, he decided to study at College of Music and Drama in Cardiff and graduated in 1957. In 1965, he moved to London and joined the National Theatre, invited by Laurence Olivier, who could see the tal...

87 titles Acting Directing Writing

7.9

Thor: Ragnarok

2017 · Odin

5.2

Transformers: The Last Knight

2017 · Sir Edmund Burton

5.3

Misconduct

2016 · Arthur Denning

5.7

Collide

2016 · Hagen Kahl

6.4

Solace

2015 · John Clancy

5.2

Blackway

2015 · Lester

6.8

The Dresser

2015 · Sir

6.1

Kidnapping Mr. Heineken

2015 · Freddy Heineken

5.8

Noah

2014 · Methuselah

7.0

Thor: The Dark World

2013 · Odin

6.6

RED 2

2013 · Bailey

6.8

Hitchcock

2012 · Alfred Hitchcock

6.2

360

2012 · Older Man

7.0

Thor

2011 · Odin

6.0

The Rite

2011 · Father Lucas

5.8

The Wolfman

2010 · Sir John Talbot

6.4

The City of Your Final Destination

2009 · Adam Gund

6.2

Beowulf

2007 · Hrothgar

5.1

Slipstream

2007 · Felix Bonhoeffer

7.2

Fracture

2007 · Theodore Crawford

6.2

All the King's Men

2006 · Judge Irwin

7.0

Bobby

2006 · John Casey

6.8

Proof

2005 · Robert Llewellyn

7.8

The World's Fastest Indian

2005 · Burt Munro

5.6

Alexander

2004 · Old Ptolemy

6.3

The Human Stain

2003 · Coleman Silk

5.6

Shortcut to Happiness

2003 · Daniel Webster

7.2

Red Dragon

2002 · Hannibal Lecter

5.6

Bad Company

2002 · Officer Oakes

6.9

Hearts in Atlantis

2001 · Ted Brautigan

6.8

Hannibal

2001 · Dr. Hannibal Lecter

6.1

How the Grinch Stole Christmas

2000 · Narrator (voice)

6.6

Instinct

1999 · Dr. Ethan Powell

7.2

Titus

1999 · Titus Andronicus

7.2

Meet Joe Black

1998 · William Parrish

6.7

The Mask of Zorro

1998 · Don Diego de la Vega / Zorro

6.9

The Edge

1997 · Charles Morse

7.3

Amistad

1997 · John Quincy Adams

6.4

Surviving Picasso

1996 · Pablo Picasso

6.0

August

1996 · Ieuan Davies

7.1

Nixon

1995 · Richard Nixon

7.5

Legends of the Fall

1994 · Col. William Ludlow

5.8

The Road to Wellville

1994 · Dr. John Harvey Kellogg

6.0

The Trial

1993 · The Priest

7.4

Shadowlands

1993 · C. S. 'Jack' Lewis

7.9

The Remains of the Day

1993 · James Stevens

5.7

The Innocent

1993 · Glass

6.3

Spotswood

1992 · Errol Wallace

5.3

Freejack

1992 · Ian McCandless

7.5

Dracula

1992 · Professor Van Helsing

7.6

Chaplin

1992 · George Hayden

7.5

Howards End

1992 · Henry J. Wilcox

8.6

The Silence of the Lambs

1991 · Dr. Hannibal Lecter

6.1

One Man’s War

1991 · Joel

5.4

Desperate Hours

1990 · Tim Cornell

5.8

A Chorus of Disapproval

1989 · Dafydd Ap Llewellyn

7.1

The Tenth Man

1988 · Jean Louis Cheval

7.2

Across the Lake

1988 · Donald Campbell

6.2

The Dawning

1988 ·

7.5

84 Charing Cross Road

1987 · Frank P. Doel

Blunt

1987 · Guy Burgess

6.8

Guilty Conscience

1985 ·

6.4

The Good Father

1985 · Bill Hooper

5.6

Arch of Triumph

1985 · Dr. Ravic

6.4

Mussolini and I

1985 · Count Galeazzo Ciano

7.1

The Bounty

1984 · Lieutenant William Bligh

7.5

A Married Man

1983 · John Strickland

6.5

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

1982 · Quasimodo

7.0

Little Eyolf

1982 · Alfred Allmers

7.0

The Bunker

1981 · Adolph Hitler

7.2

Othello

1981 ·

8.2

The Elephant Man

1980 · Dr. Frederick Treves

5.2

A Change of Seasons

1980 · Adam Evans

6.3

Mayflower: The Pilgrims' Adventure

1979 · Captain Jones

5.8

International Velvet

1978 · Captain Johnson

6.8

Magic

1978 · Corky Withers / Fats (Voice)

5.8

Audrey Rose

1977 · Elliot Hoover

7.4

A Bridge Too Far

1977 · Lt. Col. John D. Frost

6.9

The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case

1976 · Bruno Richard Hauptmann

6.1

Victory at Entebbe

1976 · Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin

6.7

Dark Victory

1976 · Dr. Michael Grant

6.5

All Creatures Great and Small

1975 · Siegfried Farnon

6.6

Juggernaut

1974 · Supt. John McCleod

6.5

A Doll's House

1973 · Torvald Helmer

6.7

Young Winston

1972 · David Llyod George

6.0

When Eight Bells Toll

1971 · Philip Calvert

7.0

Uncle Vanya

1970 ·

7.1

The Three Sisters

1970 ·

6.0

The Looking Glass War

1969 · John Avery

7.1

Hamlet

1969 · Claudius

8.1

The Lion in Winter

1968 · Richard

2 titles Acting Directing Writing

5.1

Slipstream

2007 · Director

6.0

August

1996 · Director

1 titles Acting Directing Writing

5.1

Slipstream

2007 · Writer