Birthday: 10-09-1960
Star sign: Libra

He is well-conceived as a genius actor that can reinvent any roles in an artistic level. Well known for the “Pride and Prejudice”, from “Bridget Jones’s Diary” to “The King’s Speech”, he is now a celebrated actor for his warmth and charm no one can repel in his movies. Born as Colin Andrew Firth, CBE on September 10th 1960 in Hampshire, England.

She first made his debut in a television drama called “Crown Court” as PC Franklin in 1984. On the same year he starred in “Another Country” alongside “Camille” as Armand Duval. He also played the character young Alexander Scherbatov in the 1985 film “1919.” This made kept him landing major roles in the movies “Dutch Girls”, 1986 movie “Lost Empires”, his Hallmark Hall of Fame 1987 “The Secret Garden” as Colin Craven, the 1989 movie “Apartment Zero”, played the role “Femme Fatale” in 1990 as Joseph prince, and his beloved mini-series “Pride and Prejudice” in 1995. As he turned out to be one of the most recognizable actors he made numerous movies and TV-roles until the end of 1990’s.

He made another blockbuster hit “Bridget Jones's Diary” in 2001. A story of a young woman trying to reinvent herself and at the same time get a man in 1 year continuously kept and recorded in a diary. He also starred in the movie “The Importance of Being Earnest” in 2002 with Reese Witherspoon and Rupert Everett. He also made a story of an American teenager that found out that his father is a prominent-wealthy British politician and caused major scandals and cost him the election in the movie “What a Girl Wants” in 2003. He also starred in the movie “Girl with a Pearl Earring” in the same year. This is a story of a young peasant that became assistant and model of his painting. He also starred in the 2005 movie “Nanny McPhee”, followed in the 2008 movie called “Easy Virtue”, played with Uma Thurman in the movie “The Accidental Husband” in the same year, and made his solemn role in the movie “Single Man” in 2009. Alongside Geoffrey Rush, they made a great biographical story of Sir Lionel Logue in helping King George VI to refrain “stammer” in order to deliver his infamous speech on the heights of World War II in the critically-acclaimed and multi-awarded movie “The King’s Speech.” Throughout the followings years he made numerous projects not until 2015 as he starred in the movie “Kingsman: The Secret Service” as he gather the proper replacement for their team.

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