Cary Elwes

(Ivan Simon Cary Elwes)

Cary Elwes
Cary Elwes
  • Born: October 26, 1962
  • Nationality: English
  • Profession: Actor, Writer

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Ivan Simon Cary Elwes is an English actor and writer. He is best known for his roles as Westley in The Princess Bride, Robin Hood in Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Fritz Arno Wagner in Shadow of the Vampire, Arnold in Georgia Rule and as Dr. Lawrence Gordon in Saw. His other noted roles include Glory, Kiss the Girls, Days of Thunder, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Hot Shots!, Twister, The Jungle Book, Ella Enchanted, and Liar, Liar. He has also had recurring roles in television series such as The X-Files and Psych and Crackle's The Art of More. He also appeared in several episodes of Granite Flats.

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I do not envy the headache you will have when you awake. In the meantime, dream of large women. Women
I feel like if a film is well-written, then the character's arc is complete. There really is very little room to expand on that afterwards.
I like historical pieces. History was my favorite subject in school, it was the only subject I excelled in. I love the idea of history and the idea that we may have the opportunity to learn from our past mistakes. Love, Romance, Marriage & Sex ;History
I take away something from every role. I'm still learning and that's what life is about. Education, Learning, Knowledge & Training ;Life
I think as an actor you're lucky to have any film take on a life of its own long after it's left the theater. Life
I think that two-dimensional film will always be here to stay because it always has its place, but 3D does too.
I used to sit in school and dream about getting into films.
I'm something of a history buff. It's deliberate that a lot of my films have been period pieces. History
I'm still learning, and that's what life is about. Education, Learning, Knowledge & Training ;Life
It's deliberate that a lot of my films have been period pieces.
I've been doing some writing, which I find very cathartic and fun.
The visceral experience of seeing a movie in three dimensions, coming at you in the theater, is obviously here to stay, because it is a unique experience. I think that kind of format is only appropriate for some genres, but I'm all for it.
There's a shortage of perfects breasts in this world. It would be a pity to damage yours.