Spend an evening with award winning actor Richard E Grant as he discusses his insights into his 30 year career and the challenges and rewards of playing such a wide variety of roles.
Richard E. Grant is a Swazi-born English actor, screenwriter, and director. Best known for his acting roles in films such as Withnail and I, Bram Stoker's Dracula, as well as in TV shows such as Downton Abbey, Doctor Who, and Girls, he has appeared in more than 60 films. In 2004, he wrote and directed the autobiographical film Wah-Wah, which deals with his troubled adolescence. Recently he starred in sixth season of Game of Thrones as the character Izembaro and can currently be seen on the big screen as the baddie Dr Zander Rice in Marvel's Logan.
After an acting career spanning almost 30 years, Richard E. Grant also tested himself in business, as perfumer of his own unisex fragrance, Jack, which he calls his signature in scent.
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