Alan Rickman

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February 21, 1946, Hammersmith, London, England
Real Name: Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman
Height: 6' 1"

Companion: Rima Horton
Education: Laymer Upper School, Hammersmith; Royal College of Art, London; Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, London

Fan Mail:
Alan Rickman
C/O Duncan Heath
Oxford House 76 Oxford St.
London W1D 1BS
Alan Rickman
c/o Patrick Whitesel
Endeavor Talent Agency
9701 Wilshire Blvd.
10th Floor
Beverly Hills, CA 90212

Official Website of the film "THE SEARCH FOR JOHN GISSING"


  • (October 1997) Ranked #59 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list
  • (1977-present) Lives with politician 'Rima Horton'.


Project Year Role
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 2005 Professor Severus Snape
Something the Lord Made 2004 Alfred Blalock
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (6/4) 2004 Professor Severus Snape
Love Actually  2003 Harry
Standing Room Only 2002 ?
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 2002 Professor Severus Snape
Nikki (TV) 2001 Eugene/Fighting Guy
We Know Where You Live (TV) 2001 Yorkshireman
The Billy Elliot Bo  (TV)
   aka Omnibus: The Billy Elliot Boy (2001) (TV)
2001 Himself (archive footage)
The Search for John Gissing 2001 John Gissing
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone 
   aka Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
2001 Professor Severus Snape
Blow Dry  2001 Phil Allen
Play 2000 Man
Victoria Wood with All the Trimmings (TV) 2000 Captain George Fallon\
Hjælp, jeg er en fisk
    aka Help I'm a Fish
2000 Joe
Galaxy Quest   1999 Sir Alexander Dane / Dr. Lazarus
Dogma   1999 Metatron
Dark Harbor   1999 David Weinberg
Judas Kiss  1998 Detective David Friedman
The Winter Guest 1997 (uncredited)  Man in street
Michael Collins   1996 Eamon De Valera
Rasputin (TV)  1996 Grigori Rasputin
Sense and Sensibility   1995 Colonel Brandon
Die Hard: With a Vengeance 
. aka Die Hard 3
1995 (uncredited) (archive footage)  Hans Gruber (in flashback)
An Awfully Big Adventure 1995 P.L. O'Hara
Lumière et compagnie 
 aka Lumiere y compañía (1996) (Spain: dubbed version)
 aka Lumière and Company (1995)
1995 ?
Mesmer   1994 Franz Anton Mesmer
Fallen Angels (TV Series) 1993 Dwight Billings (Murder, Obliquely)
Bob Roberts   1992 Lukas Hart III
Close My Eyes   1991 Sinclair
Truly Madly Deeply   1991 Jamie
Closet Land   1991 Interrogator
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves   1991 Sheriff of Nottingham
Quigley Down Under   1990 Elliott Marston
January Man   1989 Ed
Revolutionary Witness  (TV) (segment "The Preacher")  1989 Jacques Roux
Slime City 1989 ?
Spirit of Man  (TV) (segment "From Sleep and Shadow")  1989 Israel Yates
Die Hard   1988 Hans Gruber
The Barchester Chronicles (TV minis series) 1984 Rev. Obadiah Slope
"Smiley's People"  (TV mini series)  1982 Brownlow
Romeo and Juliet (TV) 
aka BBC Television Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet
1978 Tybalt

Other works

  • Sei, TANGO AT THE END OF WINTER. August 1991. Piccadilly Theatre
  • Emcee/Narrator on the Album "Tubular Bells 2" (1992) by Mike Oldfield - credited as "a strolling player"
  • Appears in videoclip 'In Demand' from Texas (2000).
  • Due to star as 'Elyot' in Noel Coward's play 'PRIVATE LIVES', opening at the Albery Theatre in London's West End on Thursday 4 October, and running until Sunday 6 January 2002. The Howard Davies production also stars Lindsay Duncan, Emma Fielding and Adam Godley.
  • Performed on Mike Oldfield's CD "Tubular Bells II" (1992), credited as the Master of Ceremonies under the pseudonym "A Strolling Player". Rickman announces the various instruments which Oldfield introduces on track 7, "The Bell".

Future Projects


  • 1998 Brussels International Film Festival Audience Award - The Winter Guest (1997)
  • 1997 Chicago International Film Festival - Gold Hugo - Best Film for: The Winter Guest (1997)
  • 1997 - Golden Globes, USA - Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV for: Rasputin (1996) (TV)
  • 1997 - Golden Satellite Awards - Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for: Rasputin (1996) (TV)
  • 1997 - Screen Actors Guild Awards -  Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries for: Rasputin (1996) (TV)
  •  Close My Eyes (1991) - Also for Truly Madly Deeply (1991).
  • 1997 - Venice Film Festival a
    'CinemAvvenire' Award - for: Winter Guest, The (1997)
    OCIC Award - for: Winter Guest, The (1997)
  • 1996 Emmy Awards - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Special for: Rasputin
  • 1994 - Montréal World Film Festival - Best Actor for Mesmer (1994)
  • 1992 British Academy Awards - Best Actor in a Supporting Role for: Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991)
  • 1991 Seattle International Film Festival - Golden Space Needle Award  - Best Actor for: Close My Eyes (1991)

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