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Johnny Depp
James Marsters
Jude Law
Ethan Hawke
Joel Madden
Benji Madden


Jude Law in all his hotness. One of my many favourite pics.

~Biography for Jude Law~

Birth Name: David Jude Law

Birth Date: December. 29th, 1972

Birth Place: Lewisham, London, England

Height: 6’ 1/2”

Mini Bio:

The sex God was born on the 29th of December 1972 in Lewisham, London. At 12, he started acting with the NYMT(National Youth Music Theatre). But at 17 he dropped out of school completely and starred on a daytime tv show called “Families.” In 1992, he started acting on stage. He stared in many plays throughout London(including at least one naked one!!!). After he got recognized on Broadway(how could he not with his beautiful eyes and cute accent), he starred in his first big movie called Gattaca in 1992 alongside Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke(also a huge hottie). The Talented Mr. Ripley really put him on the map along with the production company he started up with friends and ex-wife Sadie Frost.


ISAH(Interesting Stuff About Him)

He had three children with ex Sadie Frost, son Rafferty(b 1996), daughter Iris born October 25th 2000, Rudy b.2002

Has a stepson named Finley

On People magazines 50 most beautiful people list in 2000

Parents Peter and Maggie Law were once school teachers but now run a theater company in France

Older sister Natasha, a photographer

He’s vegetarian(DEFINITE plus)

Has a tattoo on his left arm of a line from a Beatles song called Sexy Sadie

Dropped out of the movie “From Hell”. :(

Broke a rib filming the murder scene on the boat in The Talented Mr. Ripley

When he joined NYMT they placed him in the girls dormitory because they mistook his name and he said nothing but was moved shortly after(:) Only 12 and such a cutie)

Supports Tottenham Hotspur Football Team in the English Premier(Good taste in soccer teams too)

Dating actress Sienna Miller(this does unfortunately suck ass)

He has a song written about him by band Brand New which is entitled: Jude Law and a semester abroad.

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Personal Quotes””

"My only obligation is to keep myself and other people guessing."

"I would never know how to sell myself as a sex symbol. That's not how I'm programmed."

"[...] you go to the National with your parents and think: 'I'd love to be here.' And then suddenly you are. It's a dream come true."

"I've always thought Prince Charming in Cinderella was the most boring role; I'd rather be the Wicked Witch."

"I honestly have no interest in celebrity whatsoever. If anything, I always cringe at it because it takes away from what I am, which is an actor who wants to be better and do better things."

"I don't want to do anything that I'm not passionate about."

"Success, and even life itself, wouldn't be worth anything if I didn't have my wife and children by my side. They mean everything to me."

"I have no problem with nudity. My friend Ewan and I are starkers in most of our films."

"I think it's a bigger risk following a part that plays up your looks than it is to try and carve out a career as an actor."

On his role in "The Talented Mr. Ripley" - "I told Anthony that if I play Dickie Greenleaf, I want to eat in the best restaurants and drink the best wines every night because he would."

{about working on Enemy at the Gates) "Yeah, I got blown up, cut up...I remember actually, when I had to go the Ripley premiere which was happening at that time, I arrived with this huge gash in my head. Very cool, really."

(about his injury during Dickie's death scene in The Talented Mr. Ripley) "Matt [Damon] broke my rib! But I think I strained his neck, we got a little bit carried away."

(about how he got the role of Gigolo Joe) "Through one of those fantastical phone calls when your agent calls you and says 'Stephen Spielberg is on the phone, he wants to speak to you about his next film.' And once you've peeled yourself of the ceiling you go, *clears throat* Yeah, great."

(about the paparazzi) "I throw raw vegetables at them."

"Bosie [from the movie Wilde] was the first part I was ever offered, which I suppose is sort of an insult because he's just the nastiest bastard!"

"Well, I had to do a nude scene [in the play Indiscretions], and you're on stage naked but you get over it, you do whatever you have to do. But the first night, my character is just getting out of the bath, and the rest of the crew had poured in freezing cold water."

The truth is, one can work for another ten years and be playing parts, pushing yourself as hard as you can, and you are still accused of that. You're still tainted with that brush. I'm not called Jude Law, I have three names; I'm called 'Hunk Jude Law' or 'Heartthrob Jude Law'. In England anyway, that's my full name. That's the cheap language that's thrown around, that sums you up in one little bracket. It doesn't look at your life. But if one looks beyond, there is actually a little bit more.

"I've always liked what Thomas More said in Utopia, which is that in Utopia every person is allowed their own lifestyle and religion but no one is allowed to stand on a soapbox and tell others that theirs is right. I thought that was brilliant. Brilliant."

"The only film I ever made for money was something called Music From Another Room, which I really didn't like."

"I only want to do the kind of work that I would like to go and see, that's going to teach me something new, that involves working with people I can learn something from and I can give something to."

"I never thought I had to forge a family, but it felt the most natural thing that ever happened to me - meeting someone and becoming a father."

"There were two instances where the police were called for whatever reason to my old house and they sold the story, telling lies. The police were responding to phone calls that happened, but they were then coming out and

creating an atmosphere, a drama, when actually nothing had happened; there were no charges pressed. But that's the High Court and then the police selling stories, so how are you going to live in a country and feel safe?"

"Face it, I didn't become famous until I took my clothes off" - (People Magazine 3/26/01)

"It's not ideal for me that they come out all one after the other in four or five months. I did them all because I found them very different different kinds of films, different kinds of parts. And I hope people recognize the variety rather than the onslaught." [on 'Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow', 'I Heart Huckabees', 'Alfie', 'Closer', and 'Aviator, The' coming out within 6 months of each other. He actually did them in the last two years.]

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The Tailor of Gloucester(1989, TV) ~ Mayor’s Stableboy (teehee)

Families(1990)TV Series ~ Nathan Thompson

The Marshal(1993, TV) ~ Bruno

Shopping(1994) ~ Billy

The Crane(1994) ~ Young Man 1

I Love You, I Love You Not(1996) ~ Ethan

Bent(1997) ~ Stormtrooper

Wilde(1997) ~ Lord Alfred ‘Bosie’ Douglas aka Oscar Wilde

Gattaca(1997) ~ Jerome Eugene Morrow

Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil(1997) ~ Billy Carl Hanson

Music from another Room(1998) ~ Billy

Final Cut(1998) ~ Jude ohhh with the hotness

The Wisdom of Crocodiles(1998) ~ Steven Grlscz aka Immortality


eXistenZ(1999) ~ Ted Pikul aka eXistenZ

Presence of Mind(1999) ~ Secretary aka el Celo

The Talented Mr. Ripley(1999) ~ ... Dickie Greenleaf
... aka Mysterious Yearning Secretive Sad Lonely Troubled Confused Loving Musical Gifted Intelligent Beautiful Tender Sensitive Haunted Passionate Talented Mr. Ripley, The (1999) (USA: complete title)

Love, Honour, and Obey(2000) ~ Jude

Enemy at the Gates(2001) ~ Vassili Zaitsev

Artificial Intelligence(2001) ~ Gigolo Joe

Road to Perdition(2002) ~ Harlen Maguire

Cold Mountain(2003) ~ Inman

I Heart Huckabees(2004) ~ Brad Stand

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow(2004) ~ Joe ‘Sky Captain’ Sullivan

Alfie(2004) ~ Alfie

Closer(2004) ~ Dan

Lemony Snicket’s a Series of Unfortunate Events(2004) ~ Voice

The Aviator(2004) ~ Errol Flynn

Even more sexual....