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Daniel Craig

Daniel Craig
British actor Daniel Craig became the sixth actor to play James Bond and took the British spy into a more dark and brooding place.

As a young man, Craig trained with London's National Youth Theatre, and in 1992, he made his film debut in "The Power of One." His other film credits include Steven Spielberg's "Munich," "Road to Perdition" and "The Golden Compass"

In 2008, Craig returned as James Bond in "Quantum of Solace."
British actor Daniel Craig became the sixth actor to play James Bond and took the British spy into a more dark and brooding place.

As a young man, Craig trained with London's National Youth Theatre, and in 1992, he made his film debut in "The Power of One." His other film credits include Steven Spielberg's "Munich," "Road to Perdition" and "The Golden Compass"

In 2008, Craig returned as James Bond in "Quantum of Solace."
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  • Once they were all schleppers, now they're Miss Mazeppas -- stripping in the movies

    "YOUR GOAL was to be an actress, not a cheap stripper." "My sister is the actress, mother. And I'm not a 'cheap stripper.' I'm the highest paid in the business." "You won't be ready for vaudeville when it comes back." "Huh! No, I'll be dead!" So it...
  • Broadway Review: 'Betrayal'

    Anyone who shelled out the big bucks to see James Bond in the flesh will get more than they bargained for in Mike Nichols' impeccable revival of "Betrayal." They'll be getting a powerful performance from Daniel Craig, a movie star who still has his...
  • Broadway Box Office: Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart Show Sales Magnetism

    Looks like on Broadway, Magneto and Professor X sell. Or Gandalf and Jean-Luc Picard do. The two-play outing led by Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, with productions of Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot" and Harold Pinter's "No Man's Land" playing...
  • How much Hollywood pays its stars -- and who's worth it?

    "IT'S ONE of the curious paradoxes of contemporary Hollywood: The more it searches for the next big talent, the more it relies on the tried-and-true to generate box office." So writes Stephen Galloway and Tatiana Siegel in The Hollywood Reporter....
  • From 'Breaking Bad' to Broadway: After TV, Stars Step to Stage

    With Bryan Cranston following up "Breaking Bad" with a Broadway bow and Matt Smith moving from "Doctor Who" to the "American Psycho" musical in London, the stage is becoming an increasingly common stop for actors at the height of their screen careers....
  • Broadway Box Office: 'Betrayal' Booms with Daniel Craig

    Powered by the Broadway return of Daniel Craig, the starry revival of "Betrayal" made a boffo B.O. bow last week, vaulting into the millionaires' club with just seven previews under its belt. Show, co-starring Rachel Weisz and Rafe Spall, rang in $1,100,...
  • Tony Awards Set 2014 Dates with Ceremony on June 8

    The 2014 Tony Awards season will follow the kudos' usual annual timeline, setting a June 8 ceremony at Radio City Music Hall following an eligibility cut-off in late April. The Tony ceremony traditionally takes place on a Sunday in the first couple of...
  • Film Review: Odd couple makes 'Captain Phillips' work

    Film Review: Odd couple makes 'Captain Phillips' work
    Tom Hanks and director Paul Greenglass are an odd couple for the new “Captain Phillips.” Hanks is of course best known for playing the Guy You Immediately Like in slick Hollywood films. Greenglass' signature style — in movies like...
  • Toni Collette, Michael C. Hall Are 'Realistic Joneses' on Broadway

    Add another star-driven play to Broadway's 2013-14 slate, with Toni Collette, Michael C. Hall, Marisa Tomei and Tracy Letts tapped to star in a Rialto staging of Will Eno's "The Realistic Joneses," gearing up for a February start. The Sam Gold-directed...
  • Stringer Bell, John Luther, Nelson Mandela -- Idris Elba is on a roll

    Stringer Bell, John Luther, Nelson Mandela -- Idris Elba is on a roll
    Stringer Bell, John Luther, Nelson Mandela and maybe the next James Bond — the career of Idris Elba is on the rise. At 40, Elba is one of the most sought-after and respected actors on either side of the Atlantic. And this week, BBC America has four...
  • Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz on Broadway: Big box office expected

    Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz are proving to be a box-office draw even before the real-life spouses open on Broadway in a revival of Harold Pinter's "Betrayal."    Strong advance sales have prompted producers to open the Barrymore Theatre box office...