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Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman Wiki Biography
A director and actor, Alan Rickman was born Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman on 21 February 1946 in Acton, London, of Welsh, Irish and English ancestry. Many people knew him for playing a number of roles both on screen and on stage. However, his biggest popularity was his appearance in the ‘Harry Potter’ film series in which he performed as Severus Snape. On January 14, 2016 he died of pancreas cancer.
So, how rich was Alan Rickman? Alan was a wealthy man with an. estimated net worth amounting to about $16 million. He acquired this wealth from his role in film and TV, having been featured in many shows. His role in he ‘Harry Potter’ franchise allowed him to increase his net worth significantly, making him one of the highest grossing actors. Some of the films he appeared in include ‘Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves,’ ‘Die Hard,’ ‘Truly, Madly, Deeply,’ ‘Sense and Sensibility,’ ‘Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny and ‘Love Actually,’ among many others.
Alan Rickman was born to Bernard Rickman and Margaret Doreen. He had three siblings: David, Michael and Sheila. He joined Derwenter Primary School, where he excelled in watercolor and calligraphy painting. He then enrolled in Derwenter Junior School before joining Latymer Upper School located in London. After graduating, he and several other friends started Graphiti, a graphic design studio, but decided to pursue acting after three years of business. He went for an audition at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, where he excelled and studied from 1972-1974.
Alan Rickman then started working with experimental theatre groups and British repertory, appearing in plays such as ‘The Grass Window,’ ‘A View From the Bridge,’ and ‘Romeo and Juliet.’ In 1985, he was offered the lead role in ‘Vicomte de Valmont’ by the Royal Shakespeare Company Production, and his performance saw him receive nominations for Drama Desk Award and Tony Award in 1987. Rickman’s role in ‘Die Hard,’ a film in which he played as Hans Gruber, saw him get a spot on the list of ‘AFI’s 100 Years…100 Heroes & Villains.’ He was listed among the top 50 best villains in the history of film. In 1991, his performance in ‘Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves,’ in which he played the Sheriff of Nottingham, also earned him recognition and praise as the best actor. In 1995, he directed ‘The Winter Guest,’ which premiered at Almeida Theatre. In his career, Alan also played many comic roles, including in ‘Galaxy Quest,’ ‘Dogma,’ ‘Love Actually,’ ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,’ and ‘Nobel Son.’ It is reported that, as of his death, his films had grossed more than $3.4 billion, which certainly contributed to making his net worth increase significantly.
When it comes to awards and recognition, Alan Rickman had a very successful career in both film and TV. In 2001, he received a nomination for various awards for his role in ‘Snape’, including St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Awards, 2011 Scream Awards, 2011 Saturn Awards, and 2011 Alliance of Women Film Journalists Awards. In 2004, he received another nomination for Emmy Awards for his role in the show ‘Something the Lord Made.’ In 2009, he was offered the James Joyce Award, which is offered by the Literary and Historical Society in the University College of Dublin. Rickman’s role as the title character in the film ‘Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny’ helped him scoop Screen Actors Guild Award, Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award.
In his personal life, Alan Rickman married Rima Horton, who he met in 1965, but confirmed their private marriage only in 2012. In August 2015, he suffered a stroke and was hospitalised, where he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. His health deteriorated, and on 14 January 2016 he succumbed in a hospital located in London at the age of 69.
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Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman Quick Info
|Full Name||Alan Rickman|
|Net Worth||$16 Million|
|Date Of Birth||February 21, 1946|
|Died||14 January, 2016|
|Place Of Birth||Brentford, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom|
|Height||6′ 1″ (1.85 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Soundtrack, Director|
|Education||Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Latymer Upper School, Royal College of Art, Chelsea College of Arts,|
|Parents||Bernard Rickman, Margaret Doreen,|
|Siblings||David, Michael, Sheila,|
|Awards||St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Awards, Scream Awards, 2011 Saturn Awards, 2011 Alliance of Women Film Journalists Awards, Screen Actors Guild Award, Emmy Award, Golden Globe Award,|
|Nominations||Drama Desk Award, Tony Award (1987)|
|Movies||‘Galaxy Quest,’ ‘Dogma,’ ‘Love Actually,’ ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,’ ‘Nobel Son’, ‘Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny’|
|TV Shows||‘Something the Lord Made’ (2004), ‘Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves,’ ‘The Winter Guest (1995)|
Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman Trademarks
- Slow yet calm delivery
- Often plays intimidating personalities
- Often plays depressive intellectuals in heroic roles
- Rich smooth voice
Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman Quotes
- (On his role in Die Hard (1988)) “As far as I’m concerned, I’m not playing ‘the villain.’ I’m just playing somebody who wants certain things in life, has made certain choices, and goes after them.”
- I don’t play villains, I play very interesting people.
- The job of directing it is absolutely terrifying. But you realise you’ve learned so much down the line … like Anthony [director Anthony Minghella]’s vulnerability on the set of Truly Madly Deeply (1990). He gathered all the actors together on day one and said: ‘I have one word: help.’ … Ralph [actor and director Ralph Fiennes] gave me another piece of advice, which was, ‘The danger of directing yourself is that you are embarrassed about going for another take.’ 
- I’ve learned a lot working with Bruce [Bruce Willis] and Kevin [Kevin Costner]. I mean, I’m the one that’s there to learn, actually, in that situation.
- It’s a great pleasure to me to work on film now as well as on the stage. But it is no soft option. It isn’t easier. It’s in many ways more difficult, and it’s a different kind of a challenge. You have to think a lot quicker and be a lot more immediate. And watching Bruce [Bruce Willis] and Kevin [Kevin Costner] and Tom Selleck deal with that has been an education.
- I approach every part I’m asked to do and decide to do from exactly the same angle: who is this person, what does he want, how does he attempt to get it, and what happens to him when he doesn’t get it, or if he does?
- I love America because whenever I go home — there’s something about England and coming from England — but as soon as you walk down the steps of the plane you shrink. And you have to start saying “sorry” and being polite and curtsying and things like that… America just lets me be the klutz I really am.
- Los Angeles is not a town full of airheads. There’s a great deal of wonderful energy there.
- If you spend any time in Los Angeles, there’s only one topic of conversation.
- On not being a father: I love to travel and I don’t have children, so there is a certain freedom.
- I do feel more myself in America. I can regress there, and they have roller-coaster parks.
- I have a love-hate relationship with white silk.
- On longtime partner Rima Horton: I think every relationship should be allowed to have its own rules. She’s tolerant. She’s incredibly tolerant. Unbelievably tolerant. Possibly a candidate for sainthood.
- I do take my work seriously and the way to do that is not to take yourself too seriously.
Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman Important Facts
- Alice Through The Looking Glass was dedicated to his memory.
- He has 69 credits as an actor. This is the same age when he died (69 years old).
- His remains were cremated.
- The seventieth Harry Potter film series cast member to die. He died a day before Roger Lloyd Pack’s 2nd death anniversary, who also died from pancreatic cancer less than a month before his 70th birthday – just like Rickman.
- Died 47 days before his 70th birthday.
- In 1965, at the age of 19, Rickman met 18-year-old Rima Horton, who became his first girlfriend and would later be a Labour Party councillor on the Kensington and Chelsea London Borough Council (1986-2006) and an economics lecturer at the nearby Kingston University. They lived together from 1977 until his death. In 2015, Rickman confirmed that they had married in a private ceremony in New York City in 2012.
- Played the lead in Theresa Rebeck’s play “Seminar”.
- Although he played the Vicomte de Valmont on the West End and Broadway in the West End and Broadway productions of Dangerous Liaisons, he was unable to reprise his role in Dangerous Liaisons (1988), as he chose Die Hard (1988) instead. John Malkovich replaced him.
- Was considered for the role of Bennett in Last Action Hero (1993), but he was deemed too expensive. The role went to Charles Dance. When he found out about this, he wore a t-shirt saying “I’m cheaper than Alan Rickman”.
- Auditioned for the role of Moff Jerjerrod in Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983).
- Appears in the music video of the song “In Demand” by the band Texas.
- Turned down the role of Jennings in On Deadly Ground (1994). The role went to Michael Caine.
- Was considered to play Captain Hook in Peter Pan (2003). The role went to Jason Isaacs, with whom he co-stared in the Harry Potter movies.
- Kevin Smith cast him in Dogma (1999) after he stated in an interview that Smith’s Chasing Amy (1997) was one of his favourite movies of the year. Rickman’s presence onset caused Jason Mewes, who was going through a drug problem at the time, to be on his best behaviour. He memorised not only his lines, but the entire script. In his own words, “I didn’t want to piss off that Rickman dude”.
- Turned down the role of Alec Treveylan in GoldenEye (1995), because he was bored with playing villains. The role went to Sean Bean.
- Was the first choice to play Sidney in Crimetime (1996), but the film’s budget was too low to afford him. The role went to Pete Postlethwaite.
- Two researchers, a linguist and a sound engineer, found “the perfect [male] voice” to be a combination of Rickman’s and Jeremy Irons’s voices based on a sample of 50 voices.
- He married his girlfriend of 47 years Rima Horton in a private ceremony in New York.
- The first film he ever saw was Swiss Family Robinson (1960) and the film that changed his life was Nashville (1975).
- Worked with director Mike Newell twice: first in An Awfully Big Adventure (1995) and second in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005).
- Worked with director Alfonso Cuarón twice: first in Fallen Angels: Murder, Obliquely (1993) and second in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004).
- Parents are Bernard Rickman and Margaret Doreen Rose.
- Has English, Irish and Welsh ancestry.
- Did not start acting until he was twenty-eight.
- During his time at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, he worked as a dresser for actors.
- Attended the funeral of Natasha Richardson.
- Voted #8 on Empire Online’s list of 50 Sexiest Movie Men. 52% of readers voted that he should have been higher on the list. [October 2009]
- Not long after he started to play Severus Snape in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (2001), J.K. Rowling told Rickman some character secrets about Snape that would not be otherwise revealed until the last book. Most significantly, for over seven years, Rickman was one of the very few people other than Rowling to know that Snape had been in love with Lily Evans (later Potter) when they were students at Hogwarts, and both Snape’s protection of and antagonism toward Harry came from that. Rowling said that she shared this information with Rickman because “he needed to understand, I think, and does completely understand and did completely understand where this bitterness towards this boy, who’s living proof of [Lily’s] preference for another man, came from.” When the directors of the films would ask him why he was playing a scene a certain way, or delivering a line in a particular manner, Rickman would simply reply that he knew something they didn’t.
- Featured twice in Times Online’s “The 50 Best Movie Villains” chart: had the 41st position for his role as the Sheriff of Nottingham in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991) and the 10th as Hans Gruber in Die Hard (1988).
- Shared a house with Ruby Wax in London in the early 1980s.
- Was best man at the wedding of Dexter Fletcher and Dalia Ibelhauptaite.
- Chosen by Empire Magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#83) (2007).
- For his death plunge down the side of the skyscraper in Die Hard (1988), he actually dropped 20 feet onto an airbag against a green screen. Director John McTiernan had to jump first to convince Rickman to do it.
- Had cello lessons for his part in Truly Madly Deeply (1990), and while he handles the right (bowing) hand, the left hand is provided by a real cellist standing behind him with his arm through Alan Rickman’s armpit.
- For Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991), he turned down the role of the Sheriff twice before he was told he could more or less have carte-blanche with his interpretation of the character.
- The script of Galaxy Quest (1999) originally contained a mention of Alexander Dane having been knighted by Queen Elizabeth. He asked that this be changed because he believed it was inconsistent with the character, and all mentions of the knighting were removed. However, the character is still listed in the credits as “Sir Alexander Dane”.
- Angela Pell stated at the Berlinale Press Conference, that she wrote the role of Snow Cake (2006)’s Alex Hughes with him in mind. The character’s name in the script was “Alan”, and it was Rickman who suggested the change to Alex.
- Read the script of Snow Cake (2006) and suggested Sigourney Weaver for the role of Linda, having worked with her on Galaxy Quest (1999). He even telephoned Weaver, and told her she had to read the script, as there was a role he felt she could play perfectly in it.
- Was Richard Curtis’ choice to play Charles in Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994). Curtis was very hesitant in casting Hugh Grant as he had so wanted Rickman.
- Godfather of Tom Burke.
- Auditioned for Chris Barrie’s character Rimmer in Red Dwarf (1988).
- He is 11 years older than Timothy Spall, 12 years older than Adrian Rawlins and Gary Oldman, 17 years older than David Thewlis, and 21 years older than Geraldine Somerville. Nevertheless, the character that the six of them play in the Harry Potter films are meant to be contemporaries and former classmates.
- Good friends with Sharman Macdonald.
- Was twice nominated for an Laurence Olivier Award as Best Actor (Play): in 1987 for “Les Liaisons Dangereuses”, and in 2002 for a revival of Noël Coward’s “Private Lives”.
- Failed his California driving test at one point for “driving too cautiously through a green light”.
- Says Canada is like a second home.
- Good friends with Adrienne Clarkson, Canada’s former Governor General. Rickman visited Adrienne Clarkson’s Ottawa, Ontario home in May 2005.
- His portrayal of Hans Gruber in Die Hard (1988) earned him a spot on the American Film Institute’s list of the “100 Best Heroes/Villains” as the 46th best villain in film history.
- Two of the Harry Potter films (so far) also feature Warwick Davis as Professor Flitwick. In The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (2005), Rickman and Warwick Davis play the same role. Warwick Davis wore the robotic suit for Marvin, while Rickman provides the voice.
- Was twice nominated for Broadway’s Tony Award as Best Actor (Play): in 1987 for “Les Liaisons Dangereuses”, and in 2002 for a revival of Noël Coward’s “Private Lives”.
- Was active in raising funds for the Labour Party.
- Was voted #19 in Empire Magazine’s Greatest Living Movie Stars over the age of 50.
- In Die Hard (1988), he is seen firing a gun three times (in the scene where Gruber shoots Joseph Takagi in the head; in the atrium when Gruber realizes Holly is John’s wife and the “shoot the glass” scene), due to his uncontrollable habit of flinching when the gun recoiled. In that scene he blinks just before the camera cuts.
- For the shot where Hans Gruber falls from the top of the building in Die Hard (1988), was actually dropped by a stuntman from a 20-foot high model onto an air bag. To get a genuine surprised look, the stuntman dropped him on the count of two instead of three.
- He was nominated for a 2001 London Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Actor for his performance in “Private Lives” at the Albery Theatre.
- He was nominated for a 2002 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Actor of 2001 for his performance in “Private Lives” at the Albery Theatre, London.
- Was offered the role of Leonardo Leonardo in the 2000 cartoon based on Kevin Smith’s film Clerks (1994). Originally, the character was modeled after Hans Gruber, but the design was changed upon Rickman’s request. The studio decided not to go with Rickman, and the role went to Alec Baldwin.
- Made Vice-Chairman of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in 2003.
- While filming Die Hard (1988), was found proficient at mimicking American accents; a scene in which Hans Gruber and John McClane finally meet was then added to the script.
- Is the second of four children; has an older brother, a younger brother, and a younger sister.
- His father, Bernard Rickman, died when he was 8 years old.
- Named Best Stage Actor for his role in the acclaimed revival of Noël Coward’s “Private Lives” at The Variety Club Show Business Awards 2002.
- Before becoming an actor, he studied graphic design at Chelsea College of Art and Design and at the Royal College of Art, forming a successful graphic design company, Graphiti, with several friends.
- He became well-known to the American public with his performance as Hans Gruber in Die Hard (1988).
- Despite being author J.K. Rowling’s first choice to play Snape in the Harry Potter films (she actually envisioned him when writing the character), he was only given the role in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (2001) after Tim Roth (the studio’s preferred choice) backed out to star in Planet of the Apes (2001).
- Nominated for Tony Award as Best Actor for Broadway revival of Noël Coward’s “Private Lives” in May 2002.
- Although a highly successful film actor, he has frequently passed up film offers to return to the theater (A place and activity which he calls “magical” and his “first love”.).
- Has been in a relationship with Rima Horton since 1965. The pair share a home in London. Rima Horton has retired from her lecturing position, and lost her seat on the council she worked for in the local elections of May 2006.
- Ranked #59 in Empire (UK) magazine’s “The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time” list. [October 1997]
- Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#34) (1995).
Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman Filmography
|Alice Through the Looking Glass||2016||Absolem (voice)||Actor|
|This Tortoise Could Save a Life||2015||Video short||Narrator (voice)||Actor|
|Eye in the Sky||2015||Lieutenant General Frank Benson||Actor|
|A Little Chaos||2014||King Louis XIV||Actor|
|A Promise||2013||Karl Hoffmeister||Actor|
|The Butler||2013/I||Ronald Reagan||Actor|
|Back at the Barnyard||2011||TV Series||General Alien||Actor|
|The Boy in the Bubble||2011||Short||The Storyteller (voice)||Actor|
|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2||2011||Professor Severus Snape||Actor|
|Portraits in Dramatic Time||2011||Alan Rickman||Actor|
|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1||2010||Professor Severus Snape||Actor|
|The Song of Lunch||2010||TV Movie||He||Actor|
|Alice in Wonderland||2010/I||Blue Caterpillar (voice)||Actor|
|Arena||2010||TV Series documentary||Various characters||Actor|
|Sonnet Number 12||2009||Short voice||Actor|
|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince||2009||Professor Severus Snape||Actor|
|Bottle Shock||2008||Steven Spurrier||Actor|
|Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street||2007||Judge Turpin||Actor|
|Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix||2007||Severus Snape||Actor|
|Nobel Son||2007||Eli Michaelson||Actor|
|Perfume: The Story of a Murderer||2006||Richis||Actor|
|Snow Cake||2006||Alex Hughes||Actor|
|Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire||2005||Severus Snape||Actor|
|The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy||2005||Marvin (voice)||Actor|
|Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban||2004||Professor Severus Snape||Actor|
|Something the Lord Made||2004||TV Movie||Dr. Alfred Blalock||Actor|
|Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets||2002||Professor Snape||Actor|
|King of the Hill||2002||TV Series||King Philip||Actor|
|The Search for John Gissing||2001||John Gissing||Actor|
|Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone||2001||Professor Snape||Actor|
|We Know Where You Live||2001||TV Movie||Second Yorkshireman||Actor|
|Blow Dry||2001||Phil Allen||Actor|
|A Fish Tale||2000||Joe (English version, voice)||Actor|
|Texas: In Demand||2000||Video short||Leading Male (uncredited)||Actor|
|Galaxy Quest||1999||Alexander Dane||Actor|
|Dark Harbor||1998||David Weinberg||Actor|
|Judas Kiss||1998||Detective David Friedman||Actor|
|The Winter Guest||1997||Man in Street (uncredited)||Actor|
|The Space Bar||1997||Video Game||My Parker / Ty Parker (voice)||Actor|
|Michael Collins||1996||Eamon de Valera||Actor|
|Rasputin||1996||TV Movie||Grigori Rasputin||Actor|
|Sense and Sensibility||1995||Colonel Brandon||Actor|
|An Awfully Big Adventure||1995||P.L. O’Hara||Actor|
|Mesmer||1994||Franz Anton Mesmer||Actor|
|Fallen Angels||1993||TV Series||Dwight Billings||Actor|
|Bob Roberts||1992||Lukas Hart III||Actor|
|Close My Eyes||1991||Sinclair||Actor|
|Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves||1991||Sheriff George of Nottingham||Actor|
|Truly Madly Deeply||1990||Jamie||Actor|
|Quigley Down Under||1990||Elliott Marston||Actor|
|Revolutionary Witness: The Preacher||1989||TV Short||Jacques Roux (segment “The Preacher”)||Actor|
|Screenplay||1989||TV Series||Israel Yates (segment “From Sleep and Shadow”)||Actor|
|Theatre Night||1989||TV Series||Colin||Actor|
|The January Man||1989||Ed||Actor|
|Die Hard||1988||Hans Gruber||Actor|
|Girls on Top||1985||TV Series||Voice of RADA / Dimitri||Actor|
|Summer Season||1985||TV Series||Croop||Actor|
|The Barchester Chronicles||1982||TV Mini-Series||Obadiah Slope||Actor|
|Smiley’s People||1982||TV Mini-Series||Mr. Brownlow||Actor|
|Thérèse Raquin||1980||TV Mini-Series||Vidal||Actor|
|Romeo & Juliet||1978||TV Movie||Tybalt||Actor|
|CBGB||2013||performer: “Birds and the Bees”||Soundtrack|
|Nostalgia Critic||2010||TV Series performer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street||2007||performer: “Pretty Women”, “The Judge’s Return”||Soundtrack|
|A Fish Tale||2000||performer: “Intelligence”||Soundtrack|
|The Winter Guest||1997||writer: “Cush Macree”||Soundtrack|
|Truly Madly Deeply||1990||performer: “The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore”||Soundtrack|
|A Little Chaos||2014||Director|
|The Winter Guest||1997||Director|
|A Little Chaos||2014||Writer|
|The Winter Guest||1997||screenplay||Writer|
|Willows||2001||Short executive producer||Producer|
|Vedro||2016||TV Series in memory of – 1 episode||Thanks|
|Alice Through the Looking Glass||2016||dedicated to our friend||Thanks|
|Severus Snape and the Marauders||2016||Short very special thanks||Thanks|
|Creditors||2015||very special thanks||Thanks|
|Eye in the Sky||2015||in loving memory of||Thanks|
|Sickness & Disability||2012||Short special thanks||Thanks|
|Vocation||2010||Short special thanks||Thanks|
|Creating the World of Harry Potter, Part 1: The Magic Begins||2009||Video documentary special thanks||Thanks|
|Out of the Shadows||2004||Short thanks||Thanks|
|Time Presents: Milestones 2016 – A Tribute to the Stars We’ve Lost||2016||TV Movie documentary||Himself||Self|
|Na plovárne||2015||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|The Making of a Little Chaos||2015||Video short||Himself – Director / King Louis XIV||Self|
|Tavis Smiley||2015||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon||2015||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|Live with Kelly and Ryan||2015||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|Richard Attenborough: A Life in Film||2014||Documentary||Himself||Self|
|Late Night with Jimmy Fallon||2013||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|Muse of Fire||2013||Documentary||Himself||Self|
|Decoding Die Hard||2013||Video documentary||Himself||Self|
|Creating the World of Harry Potter, Part 8: Growing Up||2012||Video documentary||Himself – ‘Severus Snape’||Self|
|Falls the Shadow: The Life and Times of Athol Fugard||2012||TV Movie documentary||Himself||Self|
|Charlie Rose||2002-2012||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|Little Voice, Big Mountain||2011||Documentary short voice||Self|
|50 Greatest Harry Potter Moments||2011||TV Movie documentary||Himself (uncredited)||Self|
|The Role That Changed My Life||2010||TV Series documentary||Himself||Self|
|For Love of Liberty: The Story of America’s Black Patriots||2010||TV Movie documentary voice||Self|
|The Wildest Dream||2010||Documentary||Noel Odell (voice)||Self|
|Creating the World of Harry Potter, Part 1: The Magic Begins||2009||Video documentary||Himself – ‘Professor Snape’||Self|
|Creating the World of Harry Potter, Part 2: Characters||2009||Video documentary||Himself – ‘Professor Snape’||Self|
|Galaxy Quest: Actors in Space||2009||Video short||Himself||Self|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live!||2003-2008||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|Up Close with Carrie Keagan||2008||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|100 höjdare||2008||TV Series||Himself – Interviewee||Self|
|Film ’72||2008||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|Broadway Beat||2008||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|HBO First Look||2008||TV Series documentary short||Himself||Self|
|The Story of ‘Perfume’||2007||Video short||Himself||Self|
|Snow Cake: Autism Awareness||2007||TV Movie documentary||Himself||Self|
|Snow Cake: Behind the Scenes||2007||TV Movie documentary||Himself||Self|
|Breakfast||2007||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|The King’s Head: A Maverick in London||2006||Video documentary||Himself||Self|
|Planet Voice||2005||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson||2004||Documentary||Other Voices (voice)||Self|
|Peace One Day||2004||Documentary||Himself||Self|
|Hollywood Greats||2004||TV Series documentary||Himself||Self|
|Interviews with Professors & More||2003||Video documentary short||Himself||Self|
|Check the Gate: Putting Beckett on Film||2003||Video documentary||Himself – M||Self|
|The 56th Annual Tony Awards||2002||TV Special||Himself – Nominee||Self|
|Judge Not: In Defense of Dogma||2001||Video documentary short||Himself (Interviewee)||Self|
|Victoria Wood: With All the Trimmings||2000||TV Special documentary||Captain George Fallon||Self|
|Hollywood Salutes Bruce Willis: An American Cinematheque Tribute||2000||TV Movie||Himself – Host||Self|
|Galaxy Quest: On Location in Space||2000||Video short||Himself||Self|
|Late Night with Conan O’Brien||1999||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|Eco-Challenge Argentina||1999||TV Mini-Series||Narrator||Self|
|The 55th Annual Golden Globe Awards||1998||TV Special||Himself – Presenter: Best Actress / Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV||Self|
|The Directors||1997||TV Series documentary||Himself||Self|
|The 54th Annual Golden Globe Awards||1997||TV Special||Himself – Winner||Self|
|The 48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1996||TV Special||Himself – Winner||Self|
|Lumière et compagnie||1995||Documentary segment “John Boorman”||Self|
|Victoria Wood’s All Day Breakfast||1992||TV Special||Himself||Self|
|One-On-One with the Cast of ‘Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves’||1991||Video short||Himself||Self|
|The Arsenio Hall Show||1991||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|Robin Hood: The Myth, the Man, the Movie||1991||TV Short documentary||Himself||Self|
|The 41st Annual Tony Awards||1987||TV Special||Himself – Nominee & Performer||Self|
|2016: Famous Faces We’ve Lost||2017||Video short||Himself||Archive Footage|
|2016: We Remember Part One||2016||TV Movie documentary||Various Characters||Archive Footage|
|The 68th Primetime Emmy Awards||2016||TV Special||Himself – In Memoriam||Archive Footage|
|The 70th Annual Tony Awards||2016||TV Special||Himself – In Memoriam||Archive Footage|
|The 88th Annual Academy Awards||2016||TV Special||Himself (Memorial Tribute)||Archive Footage|
|22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards||2016||TV Special||Himself – In Memoriam||Archive Footage|
|Entertainment Tonight||2016||TV Series||Himself||Archive Footage|
|A Little Chaos: Deleted Scenes||2015||Video short||King Louis XIV (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|The Wright Stuff||2015||TV Series||Himself||Archive Footage|
|Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts||2014||Short||Severus Snape||Archive Footage|
|Movie Guide||2013||TV Series||Ronald Reagan||Archive Footage|
|UCB Comedy Originals||2013||TV Series||Archive Footage|
|Bloomberg Game Changers||2011||TV Series documentary||Severus Snape||Archive Footage|
|20 to 1||2006||TV Series documentary||Hans Gruber||Archive Footage|
|Harry vs. the Horntail: The First Task||2006||Video documentary short||Prof. Severus Snape (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|Making of ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’||2005||Video documentary short||Marvin (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|Victoria Wood: A BAFTA Tribute||2005||TV Movie||Himself (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|Creating the Vision||2004||Video documentary short||Prof. Severus Snape (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|Omnibus||2001||TV Series documentary||Himself||Archive Footage|
|Twentieth Century Fox: The Blockbuster Years||2000||TV Movie documentary||Hans Gruber||Archive Footage|
|Victoria Wood with All the Trimmings Outtakes||2000||Video short||Captain George Fallon (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|Die Hard with a Vengeance||1995||Hans Gruber||Archive Footage|
Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman Awards
|2017||Special Award||Online Film Critics Society Awards||Won|
|2016||Legend Award||Empire Awards, UK||Won|
|2014||Tiantian Award||Beijing International Film Festival||Best Supporting Actor||A Promise (2013)||Won|
|2014||Krzysztof Kieslowski Award||Camerimage||Won|
|2008||Golden Space Needle Award||Seattle International Film Festival||Best Actor||Bottle Shock (2008)||Won|
|1998||Audience Award||Brussels International Film Festival||The Winter Guest (1997)||Won|
|1997||Golden Globe||Golden Globes, USA||Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television||Rasputin (1996)||Won|
|1997||Gold Hugo||Chicago International Film Festival||Best Film||The Winter Guest (1997)||Won|
|1997||Golden Satellite Award||Satellite Awards||Best Actor in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television||Rasputin (1996)||Won|
|1997||Actor||Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries||Rasputin (1996)||Won|
|1997||OCIC Award||Venice Film Festival||The Winter Guest (1997)||Won|
|1997||‘CinemAvvenire’ Award||Venice Film Festival||The Winter Guest (1997)||Won|
|1996||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Special||Rasputin (1996)||Won|
|1994||Best Actor||Montréal World Film Festival||Mesmer (1994)||Won|
|1992||BAFTA Film Award||BAFTA Awards||Best Actor in a Supporting Role||Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991)||Won|
|1992||Evening Standard British Film Award||Evening Standard British Film Awards||Best Actor||Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991)||Won|
|1992||ALFS Award||London Critics Circle Film Awards||British Actor of the Year||Close My Eyes (1991)||Won|
|1991||Golden Space Needle Award||Seattle International Film Festival||Best Actor||Close My Eyes (1991)||Won|
|2017||Special Award||Online Film Critics Society Awards||Nominated|
|2016||Legend Award||Empire Awards, UK||Nominated|
|2014||Tiantian Award||Beijing International Film Festival||Best Supporting Actor||A Promise (2013)||Nominated|
|2014||Krzysztof Kieslowski Award||Camerimage||Nominated|
|2008||Golden Space Needle Award||Seattle International Film Festival||Best Actor||Bottle Shock (2008)||Nominated|
|1998||Audience Award||Brussels International Film Festival||The Winter Guest (1997)||Nominated|
|1997||Golden Globe||Golden Globes, USA||Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television||Rasputin (1996)||Nominated|
|1997||Gold Hugo||Chicago International Film Festival||Best Film||The Winter Guest (1997)||Nominated|
|1997||Golden Satellite Award||Satellite Awards||Best Actor in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television||Rasputin (1996)||Nominated|
|1997||Actor||Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries||Rasputin (1996)||Nominated|
|1997||OCIC Award||Venice Film Festival||The Winter Guest (1997)||Nominated|
|1997||‘CinemAvvenire’ Award||Venice Film Festival||The Winter Guest (1997)||Nominated|
|1996||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Special||Rasputin (1996)||Nominated|
|1994||Best Actor||Montréal World Film Festival||Mesmer (1994)||Nominated|
|1992||BAFTA Film Award||BAFTA Awards||Best Actor in a Supporting Role||Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991)||Nominated|
|1992||Evening Standard British Film Award||Evening Standard British Film Awards||Best Actor||Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991)||Nominated|
|1992||ALFS Award||London Critics Circle Film Awards||British Actor of the Year||Close My Eyes (1991)||Nominated|
|1991||Golden Space Needle Award||Seattle International Film Festival||Best Actor||Close My Eyes (1991)||Nominated|