Michael Sheen

Actor, 'Frost/Nixon'

Sheen has played roles as diverse as a werewolf in “Underworld” and U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair in his BAFTA-nommed turn in “The Queen.” The Wales-born actor’s studies at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art quickly led to top billing in such high-profile West End productions as “Amadeus.” Onscreen he has frequently worked with director Stephen Frears. Sheen first played TV personality David Frost in the London stage production of “Frost/Nixon,” reprising the role on Broadway last year and now in Ron Howard’s screen version.

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