Daniel Craig
Courtesy of Daniel Craig
United Kingdom
2020

Daniel
Craig

As the current reigning James Bond, the versatile Craig is finally ready to step away from the throne he has occupied since 2006 after his fifth film in the franchise. “No Time to Die” has been one of the films delayed by the coronavirus, with its original planned release for April 2020 shifted first to Thanksgiving and then April 2021. Craig has also proved himself a deft comedian with his role as detective Benoit Blanc in Rian Johnson’s ensemble film “Knives Out,” a $40 million murder mystery that raked in $309 million worldwide, brought him his first Golden Globe nomination and is greenlit for a second entry directed to be helmed again by Johnson. Craig continues as a U.N. ambassador for its anti-landmine body UNMAS and a patron of New York’s Opportunity Network.

Career

  • NO TIME TO DIE
  • LOGAN LUCKY
  • KNIVES OUT

Education

  • Guildhall School of Music and Drama (England)

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