Paul Bettany

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Paul Bettany Wiki Biography

Paul Bettany was born on 27 May 1971, in Shepherd’s Bush, London, England, to Anne and Thane Bettany, and is perhaps still best known as the actor who portrayed Dr. Stephen Maturin in the Oscar-winning movie ‘‘Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World’’ in 2003.

So just how rich is Paul Bettany as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, this actor has net worth of $5 million, with his wealth being accumulated from his over two decades long career in the mentioned field.

Paul attended a three-year course at the Drama Centre London in Chalk Farm from 1990, and he went on to act in theatre. He made his television debut with a minor role in ‘‘Wycliffe’’ in 1994 and was subsequently cast to play captain in ‘‘Bent’’ in 1997, working alongside Mick Jagger and Clive Owen. In the following year, Bettany portrayed Philip in ‘‘The Land Girls’’, and went on to have several minor projects. Finally, in 2001 he had a prominent role in ‘‘A Knight’s Tale’’, in which he worked alongside actors such as Heath Ledger and Rufus Sewell, but which received mixed reviews. In the same year, he was a part of yet another important project, ‘‘Kiss Kiss Bang Bang’’, in which he played Jimmy, starring alongside Stellan Skarsgård and Chris Penn. Additionally, Paul was cast to play Charles in ‘‘A Beautiful Mind’’, a biographical movie which won four Oscars and was rewarded with 33 other awards, including Golden Globe, BAFTA Film, Actor and AFI Awards, adding considerable potential to accumulation of his net worth.

In 2003, Bettany landed the role of Dr. Stephen Maturin, Surgeon in ‘‘Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World’’, which won two Oscars and 21 other awards including BAFTA Film, David Lean Award for Direction, AFI and Best Cinematography Awards. In 2008, Bettany provided the voice for J.A.R.V.I.S. in the worldwide successful action film ‘‘Iron Man’’, which was nominated for two Oscars and which ended up winning 20 awards. He continued providing voice recordings for the same role in the upcoming films of the franchise, ‘‘Iron Man 2’’ and ‘‘The Avengers’’ and eventually appeared in ‘‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’’ in 2015, as Jarvis/ Vision; the movie received worldwide acclaim, grossing over $1.405 billion at the box office, as well as boosting his net worth.

In the following year, Paul portrayed Vision in ‘‘Captain America: Civil War’’, working alongside Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. – the movie received a generally positive response as grossing $1.153 billion at the box office confirms. In 2017, Paul began portraying Ted Kaczynski, one of the main characters of ‘‘Manhunt: Unabomber’’, a critically acclaimed crime television series.

When it comes to Bettany’s future projects, he will portray Vision in ‘‘Avengers: Infinity War’’, which is currently in post-production. Additionally, he will be starring in ‘‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’’ alongside Alden Ehrenreich and Emilia Clarke. To conclude, Paul has had 47 acting gigs so far, and working on prominent projects has allowed him to gain recognition.

In his private life, Paul has been married to his fellow actress, Jennifer Connelly since January 2003 and the couple has a son and a daughter. Reportedly, Jennifer had been his childhood crush – they both starred in ‘‘A Beautiful Mind’’.

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Paul Bettany Quick Info

Full NamePaul Bettany
Net Worth$5 Million
Date Of BirthMay 27, 1971
Place Of BirthShepherd’s Bush, London, England
Height1.90 m
Weight90 kg
ProfessionFilm director, Voice Actor, Film produce,r Screenwriter
EducationDrama Centre London
SpouseJennifer Connelly
ChildrenAgnes Lark Bettany, Stellan Bettany
ParentsThane Bettany, Anne Kettle
SiblingsMatthew Bettany, Sarah Bettany
AwardsIndependent Spirit Robert Altman Award, Glamour Award for Man of The Year, Evening Standard British Film Award for Best Actor
NominationsScreen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Chemistry, Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Ensemble Performance, BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Supporting Actor, Bri…
MoviesAvengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America: Civil War, Shelter, The Avengers, Priest, A Beautiful Mind, Legion, The Da Vinci Code, Transcendence, Mortdecai, A Knight’s Tale, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, Margin Call, Iron Man 3, Inkheart, Dogville, The Tourist, Wimbledon, Iron Man, …
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Paul Bettany Trademarks

  1. Towering height and slender frame
  2. Often plays secondary characters who are scene stealers

Paul Bettany Quotes

  • [on Daniel Day-Lewis and his performance in In the Name of the Father (1993)] It is one of the most exquisite performances of all time. I saw it when I was a student of acting, and there was lots of people to admire; there was Robert De Niro, and there was Al Pacino, and here was an English person, making such a complete and visceral transformation in character that you just went, “Oh my God, we’re allowed to do that sort of thing, too?” That felt really empowering.
  • [on Raging Bull (1980)] I defy anybody to point out one thing that’s wrong with it. It’s just perfect.
  • [on if he likes to play characters who only see in black and white] No, I don’t. I think, conversely, I sort of see the job of my life being a process of becoming less judgmental as I get older. That’s what I want to do. Acting has so many vain and awful things about it, but one of the really edifying things about it is you can, at times, get the opportunity to put yourself imaginatively in another human being’s position and try to see things from their perspective. I see that as a real gift, and I hope that this is part of making me a better human being, whatever that f—ing means. But I mean it, you know? I do at least mean it. I really want to make films that I care about, and this film [“Margin Call”] really sparked an awakening in me, just remembering all of the reasons I initially wanted to be an actor. It was just a fantastic experience. Seventeen days, we shot this f—ing movie; it was just unbelievable. It was an unbelievable comradely experience, and I hanker after it. You know, I’ve been on jobs that were seven months long, and I have many more memories of this job than those.
  • [on if there’s anything about being a musician that prepares one for being an actor] Well, it’s interesting. You know, I was able to look at a group of kids that were sitting on the stairs when I used to busk, which is play music, and I’d be able to judge whether they were French or, you know, what their nationality was. So if they were French, I would think, “Well, the Cure are huge in France, so I’ll play a bunch of Cure songs.” So I suppose in sort of recognizing what your audience wants, but I say that with trepidation because I’m not sure we should necessarily give the audience what they want. [laughs] You know what I mean? We live in a world where you make a film — you spend two years in development, and then you spend six months in prep, then you shoot it for four months, and then spend another year editing it, and then you take it to a small town outside San Diego and show it to 60 teenagers, and then change your movie depending on what they say. I’m lost. Now you’ve lost me, because, you know, every 16-year-old boy is going to say, “I think it should be a bit more like Underworld,” you know what I mean? Should we then make every film a bit more like Underworld? I’m not sure that that’s a great way to go about creating new stuff.
  • For some ungodly reason, I end up being naked in a lot of stuff. But there is a certain grace and kudos that come with taking your clothes off the first day, a respect that is given by the rest of the cast.
  • I love westerns and the reason I love really good westerns is because they are really classical. Their structure is like a Roman tragedy. Lots of violence, lots of vengeance and occasionally redemption. They are wonderfully brutal.
  • [on his film Priest (2011)] The vampires in our film are creatures, they are full-on monsters and full-on ferocious, formidable beasts. They’re really not your romantic idea of what the vampire is. This is a species that, in our world, has coexisted with human beings forever and we have just been managing a war forever…Now the war is over and the vampires are contained and the priests are relics. It’s over for them, a little like Vietnam veterans…rendered totally unfit for normal life due to their experiences.
  • My dad made a lot of stories up at bedtime. He would create these wild stories about this elephant. As I got older, I remember him reading Lord of the Rings. My strongest memory was the moment when you think Frodo is dead and I forced him to read about 250 more pages until you realized he was okay.
  • I did Legion (2010) so I could shoot a big gun and channel Jackie Chan. I wouldn’t lie to you. I don’t like real guns, but the fake firearms are fantastic. My machine gun was huge and made a lot noise, but it didn’t hurt anybody. I’m usually the bad guy in movies like this, so I got a kick out of being the hero.
  • When I was a kid I took some martial arts classes, but on Legion (2010) the stunt coordinators made you look like you can do the things that you can’t, which is fantastic. I had an embarrassing amount of fun. It was like playing with a bunch of 10-year-olds who don’t mind if you hit them. I had a scene where I threw a child zombie in the air who was attacking me. Actually, it was a small stunt person who was an adult. Everybody shot him and we were all giggling, even the poor guy who was being thrown. You can’t take that stuff seriously.
  • [on “Charles Darwin”, whom he plays in Creation (2009)] – I couldn’t believe the amount of violence that you can find on the Internet directed at a man who’s been dead for a very long time. There’s vicious diatribes full of hatred for Darwin. Actually, he was, by all accounts, one of the sweetest human beings you can possibly imagine. But there are still a lot of people who just can’t accept his thinking without getting irrational. He was an atheist and so am I, but I don’t think that makes me immoral.
  • I do love to make music. When I was younger, growing up in London, I’d go to Westminster Bridge and play guitar to pick up a few coins from passersby. Every year we have a band that gets together and plays rock songs. This year, my stepson joined the band for the first time playing guitar and it was such a lovely, moving experience.
  • … reading to both my kids has always been important. My wife, Jennifer, and I read to them every night. It’s the most delicious time of the day when your child is all sleepy and cuddly and they get to snuggle up and you read them a bedtime story. It’s the bit of parenting that makes up for when they’re screaming and shouting at you.
  • (On The Da Vinci Code (2006)) I’d love to make a movie that shakes the world and offends people, but I really. Didn’t think it was going to be this one. I think next to The Last Temptation of Christ (1988), it’s Tonka Toys. Nobody seemed to get offended by Martin Scorsese’s movie, no one seemed to get offended when Francis Ford Coppola made a movie where he suggested that the Mafia and the Vatican were in cahoots. Nobody picketed that. I play a monk who murders people, but it’s no more a comment on monks than it is on people who wear sandals. Or big long brown dresses.
  • On how Hollywood treats its female actors: In general it’s so much more of an objectification. You know the drill, it’s a true story. For instance, if I am being asked to have a picture taken on the cover of a magazine, maybe they’re wanting me to look sexy, maybe they’re wanting me to look rugged, maybe they’re wanting me to look fragile. With a woman, they want you to look available, essentially, that you are in some way inviting. And that’s just fucking depressing.
  • Recalling once attending a photo-shoot with Connelly where she was asked to wear just a bra: And she said, ‘No, no, not gonna do it,’ and so they asked her to wear a man’s dinner jacket. And I’m thinking, ‘How many times have I seen this, you unimaginative bastards?’ So she does it, and then the magazine cover gets pulled, ‘cos she wouldn’t wear the bra. Because that’s what’s men’s magazines that are sort of soft porn want. They’re more insidious than porn magazines.
  • I’m English, so I can’t wear a baseball cap. I’d look like white trash, like I should have a beer and a dog called Skeeter.
  • I wouldn’t want to tumble with Harrison Ford in real life. He’s a tough son of a bitch. I threw that man through a window seven times and he landed on his head, got up, rebuilt the window with the crew and then got thrown through it again. I hit that man in the stomach and he said, ‘Could you just land it a bit harder so I could feel it?’ So I landed it a bit harder and he wanted a bit more so he could react to it. Finally, I just wound one up and let loose on him and he said, ‘That’s it!’ It was the most humiliating day of my life.
  • People like Cary Grant, Will Smith and Hugh Grant do it brilliantly. They are just relentlessly charming and self-deprecating. I found that really difficult. But there may be other reasons for that.
  • One of my film heroes is Peter Weir, who made Fearless (1993) but also made Green Card (1990). Ang Lee makes a western, he makes a Seventies psycho movie, a costume drama and a monster movie. I wanted to be like that. I finished this in October and I haven’t worked since, because my wife [the actress Jennifer Connelly] had just had the baby and I wanted to be with them. But I’ve just taken on a film called Firewall (2006), which is a thriller with Harrison Ford. I’m doing it because I’ve never done a thriller before and I just get … I just get bored if I don’t do different things.
  • A woman, who shall remain nameless, said to me, ‘You’re going to love LA, Paul, because over here ambition is not a dirty word.’ And I thought, ‘Well, you’ve named one of the things that I feel quite patriotic about.’ It’s still a little bit embarrassing in Britain if you’re seen to try.
  • I love the way British people see ourselves. We say, ‘He’s like us, a bit of a loser.’
  • My plan – well, it isn’t much of a plan, but it’s mine and I like it – is to try to do lots of different things.
  • The world is split into two kinds of people, those who would go out for a drink with John Lennon, and those who’d choose Paul McCartney … After The Beatles came back from India, Lennon wrote “Happiness Is a Warm Gun” and McCartney wrote “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da”. End of argument.

Paul Bettany Important Facts

  • He and his wife Jennifer Connelly have played characters in films based on Marvel comic book characters. Bettany plays the voice of “Jarvis” in the “Iron Man” films as well as the live-action role of “Vision” in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015). Connelly played Betty Ross, the love interest of Bruce Banner in Hulk (2003).
  • Turned down the starring role of Dr. William Masters in Masters of Sex (2013) that went to Michael Sheen.
  • In February 2014 it was announced that Bettany would be playing Vision in Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015). This marks not only his first on screen appearance in a Marvel movie but he will also be playing a dual role since he will also be voicing ‘Jarvis’ Tony Stark/Iron Man’s cyber man servant a role he has played four times previously.
  • Was considered for the role of Lord Asriel in The Golden Compass (2007). Some reports claimed that Nicole Kidman was eager to star in the film as she wished to work with him again, having previously co-starred with him in Dogville (2003).
  • Has acted in several religion-themed movies or played the part of a religious character, including: Priest (2011) and The Reckoning (2002) where he plays Priests who question their faith and go off on their own tangent; Legion (2010) where he plays the Archangel Michael who also questions his moral fibre and risks disobedience to God to do what he feels is right; and The Da Vinci Code (2006) where he plays an obsessive Monk who will do all he can to protect the secrets of Christianity.
  • Decided at the age of 19 that he wanted to be an actor.
  • Was the first choice to portray King George VI in The King’s Speech (2010) but after he turned it down Colin Firth, who went on to win the Best Actor Oscar for his performance, was cast instead.
  • His wife Jennifer Connelly gave birth to their daughter Agnes Lark Bettany at home in New York City via a scheduled water birth (31 May 2011).
  • His wife, Jennifer Connelly, is expecting their second child, her third [December 14, 2010].
  • Grandson of Olga Gwynne and Lesley Kettle.
  • His son’s godfather is the actor Charlie Condou who starred with him in Dead Babies (2000) and Euston Road (2004).
  • Gave up smoking in 2005 after seeing his 2 year-old son, Stellan, imitating him with a pen.
  • He had to wear a wig for The Da Vinci Code (2006) because, when they bleached his hair, the bleach burned bleeding holes in his head.
  • Was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) in June 2004.
  • Writer/director Brian Helgeland wrote the role of Chaucer in A Knight’s Tale (2001) specifically for Paul. He “refused” to do the movie without him. The production companies did not think Bettany was known well enough, Helgeland thought that if he backed down on his choice of Bettany, he would have to back down on everything else.
  • Won Evening Standard Film Award 2001 for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Geoffrey Chaucer in A Knight’s Tale (2001).
  • When he was 16, his younger brother Matthew, who was 8, died in a fall. Consequently, he claimed to be obsessed with having lots of children.
  • Paul’s “acting heroes” are Humphrey Bogart, Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Peter O’Toole and Vincent Cassel.
  • Nominated for Best Actor for his role in Gangster No1 by London Film Critics Circle Awards.
  • Has appeared in many theatre productions, debuting in Stephen Daldry’s production of “An Inspectors Calls,” grabbing the American film industry’s attention in Joe Penhall’s “Love and Understanding.” He also appeared in “One More Waster Year” and “Stranger’s House.”
  • Apparently turned down the role of the Tooth Fairy in Red Dragon (2002) (most probably offered to him after his frightening appearance as psycho gangster in Gangster No. 1 (2000)) in favour of a much more poorly paid role in Lars von Trier’s Dogville (2003).
  • Son’s name is Stellan Bettany, named after the actor Stellan Skarsgård who acted with him in Kiss Kiss (Bang Bang) (2001) and Dogville (2003).
  • August 5, 2003 – his wife, Jennifer Connelly, gave birth to their first child, a boy.
  • Has a stepson named Kai Dugan (mother is Jennifer Connelly).
  • Acted for a year with the Royal Shakespeare Company.
  • Also plays the guitar, and used to busk on Westminster Bridge in London.
  • Developed laryngitis after filming A Knight’s Tale (2001) because of all the yelling he had to do as Geoffrey Chaucer.
  • Son of Thane Bettany and Anne Kettle. Has one older sister named Sarah, who lives in Cornwall (England) with her daughter Emaly.

Paul Bettany Filmography

A Beautiful Mind2001CharlesActor
Kiss Kiss (Bang Bang)2001JimmyActor
A Knight’s Tale2001Geoffrey ChaucerActor
David Copperfield2000TV MovieJames SteerforthActor
Dead Babies2000QuentinActor
Gangster No. 12000Young GangsterActor
The Suicide Club2000ShawActor
After the Rain1999Steph OosthuizenActor
Every Woman Knows a Secret1999TV Mini-SeriesRobActor
Killer Net1998TV Mini-SeriesJoe HunterActor
Coming Home1998TV SeriesEdward Carey-LewisActor
The Land Girls1998PhilipActor
Sharpe’s Waterloo1997TV MoviePrince William of OrangeActor
The Bill1996TV SeriesJake ConnollyActor
Wycliffe1994TV SeriesIan GreavesActor
Avengers: Infinity War2018pre-productionVisionActor
Journey’s EndfilmingOsborneActor
Official Secretspre-productionActor
Captain America: Civil War2016VisionActor
Legend2015/ICharlie Richardson (uncredited)Actor
Avengers: Age of Ultron2015Jarvis
Transcendence2014/IMax WatersActor
Iron Man Three2013JARVIS (voice)Actor
Blood2012/IJoe FairburnActor
The Avengers2012Jarvis (voice)Actor
Margin Call2011Will EmersonActor
The Tourist2010Inspector John AchesonActor
Iron Man 22010JARVIS (voice)Actor
Creation2009/ICharles DarwinActor
The Young Victoria2009Lord MelbourneActor
The Secret Life of Bees2008T. Ray OwensActor
Broken Lines2008ChesterActor
Iron Man2008JARVIS (voice)Actor
The Da Vinci Code2006SilasActor
Firewall2006Bill CoxActor
Wimbledon2004Peter ColtActor
Euston Road2004ShortYActor
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World2003Dr. Stephen Maturin, SurgeonActor
Dogville2003Tom EdisonActor
The Reckoning2002/IINicholasActor
The Heart of Me2002RickieActor
Dogville Confessions2003Documentary thanksThanks
United We Stand, Divided We Fall: The Making of ‘Captain America: Civil War’2016Video documentaryHimselfSelf
Made in Hollywood2010-2016TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Dish Nation2016TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Entertainment Tonight2009-2016TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Rachael Ray2016TV SeriesHimselfSelf
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon2015-2016TV SeriesHimself – Musical Beers Player / HimselfSelf
Good Morning America2016TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Jimmy Kimmel Live!2010-2016TV SeriesHimself – Guest / HimselfSelf
Extra2015TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Larry King Now2015TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
Tavis Smiley2015TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Today2015TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Late Night with Seth Meyers2015TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Talking Dead2015TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
Avengers: Age of Ultron – From the Inside Out: Making of Avengers – Age of Ultron2015Video documentary shortHimselfSelf
Conan2011-2015TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show2003-2015TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
Up Close with Carrie Keagan2010-2014TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
MSN Exclusives2012TV SeriesHimself (2014)Self
The Bloody Frontier: Creating the World of Priest2011Video shortHimselfSelf
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon2011TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
Big Morning Buzz Live2011TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
Chelsea Lately2011TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
Film Fiend2011TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
In the Qube 3D2011TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Attack of the Show!2011TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
Cinema 32011TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Last Call with Carson Daly2010TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
Lopez Tonight2010TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
A Man’s Story2010DocumentaryHimselfSelf
Ultimate Iron Man: The Making of ‘Iron Man 2’2010Video documentaryHimselfSelf
Humanity’s Last Line of Defense2010Video documentary shortHimselfSelf
Legion: Creating the Apocalypse2010Video documentary shortHimselfSelf
Legion: From Pixels to Picture2010Video documentary shortHimselfSelf
The Bonnie Hunt Show2010TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
The Rotten Tomatoes Show2010TV SeriesHimselfSelf
The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien2010TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
Xposé2009TV SeriesHimselfSelf
The Da Vinci Code: Unlocking the Code2009Video documentary shortHimselfSelf
Late Night with Conan O’Brien2004-2009TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
The 35th Annual People’s Choice Awards2009TV SpecialHimselfSelf
Alex Zane’s GuestList2008TV SeriesHimselfSelf
The One Show2008TV SeriesHimselfSelf
2007 Britannia Awards2007TV SpecialHimselfSelf
The Da Vinci Code: Filmmaker’s Journey2006Video documentaryHimselfSelf
The Da Vinci Code: Unusual Suspects2006Video shortHimselfSelf
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross2003-2006TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
Corazón de…2006TV SeriesHimselfSelf
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson2006TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno2003-2006TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
Caiga quien caiga2006TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Getaway2006TV SeriesHimselfSelf
The Hundred Days2004Video documentaryHimselfSelf
Premiere Women in Hollywood Awards2004TV Movie documentaryHimselfSelf
Sen kväll med Luuk2004TV SeriesHimselfSelf
McEnroe2004TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Film ’722004TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Making of ‘Wimbledon: The Movie’2004TV Movie documentaryHimselfSelf
Breakfast2004TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
Good Morning Australia2004TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
GMTV2003-2004TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Larry King Live2004TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
The Orange British Academy Film Awards2004TV Movie documentaryHimselfSelf
2003 Annual BAFTA/LA Cunard Britannia Awards2003TV SpecialHimselfSelf
HBO First Look2003TV Series documentaryHimselfSelf
Tinseltown TV2003TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Gomorron2003TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Dogville Confessions2003DocumentaryHimselfSelf
The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn2003TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
The Orange British Academy Film Awards2003TV SpecialHimselfSelf
The Orange British Academy Film Awards2002TV Special documentaryHimselfSelf
Heath Ledger Profile2001Video documentary shortHimselfSelf
Stories for the People2001Video documentary shortHimselfSelf
The World’s First Sports Promoter2001Video documentary shortHimselfSelf
Rosamunde Pilcher1997TV Movie documentaryHimself / Edward Carey-Lewis (uncredited)Self
No Small Parts2016TV Series documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Lego Marvel’s Avengers2016Video GameJARVIS
Archive Footage
Extra2015TV SeriesHimselfArchive Footage
Lennon or McCartney2014Documentary shortHimselfArchive Footage
Too Young to Die2012TV Series documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Corazón de…2005TV SeriesHimselfArchive Footage
Cinema mil2005TV SeriesCharlesArchive Footage
Stories of Lost Souls2005Y (segment “Euston Road”)Archive Footage
Sharpe: The Legend1997VideoPrince of OrangeArchive Footage

Paul Bettany Awards

2012Robert Altman AwardIndependent Spirit AwardsMargin Call (2011)Won
2008Hollywood Film AwardHollywood Film AwardsEnsemble Acting of the YearThe Secret Life of Bees (2008)Won
2004Evening Standard British Film AwardEvening Standard British Film AwardsBest ActorThe Heart of Me (2002)Won
2004ALFS AwardLondon Critics Circle Film AwardsBritish Actor of the YearMaster and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003)Won
2002ALFS AwardLondon Critics Circle Film AwardsBritish Supporting Actor of the YearA Knight’s Tale (2001)Won
2002EuropaCinema Platinum AwardViareggio EuropaCinemaBest ActorThe Heart of Me (2002)Won
2012Robert Altman AwardIndependent Spirit AwardsMargin Call (2011)Nominated
2008Hollywood Film AwardHollywood Film AwardsEnsemble Acting of the YearThe Secret Life of Bees (2008)Nominated
2004Evening Standard British Film AwardEvening Standard British Film AwardsBest ActorThe Heart of Me (2002)Nominated
2004ALFS AwardLondon Critics Circle Film AwardsBritish Actor of the YearMaster and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003)Nominated
2002ALFS AwardLondon Critics Circle Film AwardsBritish Supporting Actor of the YearA Knight’s Tale (2001)Nominated
2002EuropaCinema Platinum AwardViareggio EuropaCinemaBest ActorThe Heart of Me (2002)Nominated