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About Nonso Anozie
Nonso Anozie (born 1979) is a British actor who has appeared in several stage plays and four films to date.
In the summer of 2002 he became the youngest person in history to play William Shakespeare's "King Lear" and won the Ian Charleson Award in 2005 for his performance as Othello.
Anozie was hired in 2006 to provide the voice for the armoured bear Iorek Byrnison in the film adaptation of Philip Pullman's Northern Lights. The actor was to later be replaced by Ian McKellen two months before the film is set to be released. The film's director, Chris Weitz, told Empire:
"It was a studio decision... You can understand why you would cast Ian McKellen for anything. But letting go of Nonso was one of the most painful experiences on this movie for me. I need to say about Nonso that he is one of the most promising and soulful young actors I have encountered in England and I’ve worked here for quite a bit now and he’s actually in the next Mike Leigh [film]...But it was, uh, that was kind of a dark day for me. I kinda wanna go out of my way to point out how much I love Nonso’s work. And that’s that."
In 2009 Anozie appeared in the supporting cast of the BBC TV three part 2003 Iraq War drama, Occupation, where he plays a US Marine turned private military contractor.
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