The Duke of Windsor is played by Tom Hollander.
Tom has an extensive list of film credits to his name, including Lock Out, Hanna, In The Loop (directed by Armando Iannucci and for which Tom was nominated for The British Independent Film Award's Best supporting Actor in 2009), The Soloist, Valkerie, Pirates of The Caribbean 2 and 3, The Golden Age, A Good Year (directed by Ridley Scott), Land of The Blind, Pride and Prejudice, The Libertine, Piccadilly Jim, Stage Beauty, Paparazzi, Gosford Park (directed by Robert Altman), Lawless Heart, Possession, Enigma, Maybe Baby (directed by Ben Elton), The Clandestine Marriage, Bedrooms and Hallways, Martha Meets Frank, Daniel & Laurence, True Blue, and Some Mother's Son.
Tom has also been seen in BBC Television roles including, most recently, Rev, which he devised with writer James Wood, Gracie, Desperate Romantics, Freezing, The Company, Cambridge Spies, The Lost Prince (directed by Stephen Poliakoff), Nicholas Nickelby, Wives and Daughters, Gobble, Absolutely Fabulous, and John Diamond. He also starred in Harry for Union Pictures and Milner for Talkback.
Tom's theatre credits include Landscape With Weapon at The National; Hotel in Amsterdam; King Lear; Tartuffe; The Government Inspector and The Judas Kiss at Almeida; Don Juan at Sheffield Crucible; Mojo at Royal Court; The Threepenny Opera at Donmar Warehouse; The Editing Process at Royal Court, directed by Stephen Daldry; The Way of the World at Lyric Hammersmith; Me and My Friend at Minerva Studio; She Stoops to Conquer at Chichester Festival Theatre; As you Like It for the Cheek by Jowl tour; The School for Scandal at National Theatre; and Cloud Nine at Chichester Festival Theatre.
Tom has also been directed in many Sam Mendes plays, including Kean, The Cherry Orchard, Love Labours Lost, Summerfolk and Cyrano De Bergerac.
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