This man is one of the living legends of Hollywood. For more than fifty years, he has been reigning silver screen and become a monumental figure. He was born as Arthur Christopher Orme Plummer on December 13, 1
929 in Ontario, Canada. He first landed a role in three movies in 1958 and got his first Emmy nomination for the movie “Little Moon of Alban” as Kenneth Boyd. It was followed in 1964 for “Hamlet at Elsinore”; off course his monumental submarine Captain von Trapp for the movie “The Sound of Music” alongside
Julie Andrews; a story of family that sings for their living and as veteran of World War I he refused to join Nazi in their plans for the near coming World War II, he also made historical movie, as Arthur Wellesley in the great movie battle of “Waterloo” as Napoleon Bonaparte faces British army. His movie “The Return of the Pink Panther” in 1975 has spanned over decades playing Sir Charles Litton. He first received his award from Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor for the movie “Arthur Hailey's the Moneychangers” as Roscoe Heyward. He made a great rendition for Sherlock Holmes in the movie “Murder by Decree”, using logical reasoning in resolving difficult murder cases by Jack the Ripper. He was also become notable for the movie “The Man Who Would Be King.” He was also remarkable in the miniseries “The Thorn Birds” in 1983.
He continuously roared as one the biggest actors through the decades of 1980 and until the end of it. In 1990 he starred for the movie “Where the Hearts Is” alongside
Natalie Portman, a story of a young pregnant lady that tries to raise her life after being her boyfriend abandoned them. He made another notable portrayal for the movie “Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country” as General Chang. He also joined
Denzel Washington in the biographical of the influential nationalist “Malcolm X.” He also starred in the thriller movie “
Wolf” as Raymond Allen, as Clifton Lawrence for “A Stranger in the Mirror”, as Harry Weldon in “Liar’s Edge”, as narrator for “Madeline Series”, and casted for the movie “The Little Crooked Christmas Tree.” He also starred for the movie “12 Monkeys” a story of time traveller that will track down the cause of deadly plague to save mankind. He landed various roles up until the end of the year 1990.
He starred as Mike Wallace for the 1999 movie “The Insider”, a story of a researcher that become viral attention and threatened after appearing in an expose for Tobacco Company. Also casted for “Nuremberg”, as Hump Hinton for “The Dinosaur Hunter”, he played Archbishop Hume in the horror film “Possessed.” He was again nominated for his compelling portrayal of F. Lee Bailey for “American Tragedy”, as Abraham Van Helsing for “Dracula 2000”, as Norman for the movie “On Golden Pond”, as Graham Mortimer in “Lucky Break”, and as Holmes for “Blackheart.” Starred also as Dr. Rosen for the critically acclaimed movie “
A Beautiful Mind”, he tries to speak to a brilliant mathematician John Nash to battle his schizophrenia. He played also for the movies “Full Disclosure” and “Night Flight.” Starred as David for the movie “Ararat” and as John Watkins for “Agent of Influence.” He played an intimidating role as Ralph in the story of a man that will try to escape alongside his family and friends from the cruel uncle in the movie “Nicholas Nickelby.” He became Santa Claus for the movie “Blizzard”, narrator for “The Gospel of John”, as Mr. Massie for the famous “Cold Creek Manor”, as the grandfather of
Nicolas Cage and laughing attention for believing in treasures concealed in important artifacts for the movie “National Treasure”, starred as Aristotle in the great story of a supreme commander in battlefield “Alexander”, made another compelling act for television film entitled “Our Fathers.”
He starred also for the movie “Must Love Dogs”, as Dean Whiting for “Syriana”, as Captain Newport for “The New World”, as Arthur Case for “Inside Man”, as Simon for “The Lake House”, as Dr. Heller for “Already Dead”, as Julius Caesar for “Caesar and Cleopatra”, as the voice of Mr. Charles Muntz in the movie “UP” a story of a widow that will fulfill the dreams of his wife to paradise falls and entangled with a boy and his idol as worst enemy. Starred as David Winters for the movie “Emotional Arithmetic”, starred also for the movie “9” and “My Dog Tulip” and played lead role for “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.” He starred as Leo Tolstoy in the critically acclaimed movie “The Last Station” a story of an author about fame and life. Starred as Hal for the movie “Beginners”, a story of a man that was shocked by father telling about terminal cancer and young male lover, alongside Ewan McGregor. Played the character Monsignor Orelas with
Paul Bettany for the movie “
Priest” that disobeys higher order to save his niece from vampires.
He played as John for the movie “Barrymore”, at the same year played the role Henrik for the movie “The Girl with Dragon Tattoo”, a story of a man that will search for a missing lady for forty years, and as Fred Barcroft for “Elsa & Fred.” He starred as Professor Coreman for the movie “
Hector and the Search for Happiness”, a story of a man that will defy everything and searches happiness in the world. He also starred in the movie “
The Forger”, a story of a thief that unites with father and his son by stealing Monet painting alongside
John Travolta, and played as Frank Grubman for the 2015 movie “