27, 1970 in Salisbury Wiltshire,
School (at age 16), 2 years at the
Young Vic Youth Theater in South
Ken McReddie Ltd.
91 Regent St.
W1R7TB, London ENGLAND
||Here is a picture of the
Broughton Castle, which I believe is somewhat
near Oxford. It "came into the
possession" of the Fiennes, which in no
way means that they necessarily live there.
Besides I believe our buddy Mr. Fiennes would
agree that it is quite rude to go running up
to a house (or in this case, castle) and snap
pictures. So I would strongly advise against
pilgrimages to the castle.It is my
understanding that this is the same castle
used as the house of Viola and her parents in
Shakespeare in Love.
Fiennes has a large family (7
siblings), but I vow, if I ever meet
him (whether randomly or reporting,)
I WILL NOT MENTION HIS BROTHER :)
Every gosh darn reporter has asked
the same questions. Let's be
Author (psnonum: Jennifer Lash) who
wrote Blood Ties
which was later made into a
made-for-tv movie in England. Mrs.
Fiennes died of cancer in 1993.
Photographer for the Carnegie Club.
the BBC Special "Blood Ties"
In order of age (youngest
to oldest/ left to right)
credit: Mark Fiennes.
Actor in films such as
Schindler's list and The
English Patient. He was
nominated for Oscars for both films, but
didn't win (although he should have won for Schinder's!)
Director of the new film Onegin
(staring brother Ralph).
Composer and Musician for Preaching
to the Perverted. He has
worked with pop artists like All Saints.
Director of Lars 1-10
which will premire at the 1999 Sundance Film
Prize-winning gamekeeper and Joseph Fiennes'
fraternal twin brother.
Actor in film and on stage, his first
starring role came in Best Picture winner Shakespeare
(not pictured) Aarcheologist and foster son
of the Fiennes.