Christien Anholt
Christien Anholt
Christien Alexis Anholt is an English stage, television and film actor best known for his role as Nigel Bailey on the television series Relic Hunter. He is the son of actor Tony Anholt. Christien Anholt was born in London, and began his acting career in 1988 at the age of 17 after winning the coveted role of 'Hans' in the motion picture Reunion.
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Dark Corners -
Google News - almost 6 years
... nonché in mano ad attori non particolarmente memorabili, come Toby Stephens (cattivo di 007 in “La morte può attendere”), nel ruolo del dottore, e Christien Anholt (co-protagonista della serie tv “Relic Hunter”) nei panni del marito di Karen
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Pursuing the Bottom Line In Victorian Industry
NYTimes - almost 22 years
For whatever marketing reason, a new production of Charles Dickens's "Hard Times," Sunday on PBS, is being promoted by "Masterpiece Theater" as "darkly comic." But there is little or nothing comic about this novel, written in 1854. As Russell Baker, the series host, notes, it is the only Dickens story that doesn't even pretend to have a happy
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Review/Television; Nostalgia for 150-Year-Olds: 'The Class of '61'
NYTimes - almost 24 years
David Lynch watched as "Twin Peaks" dribbled away ingloriously. George Lucas is still struggling to salvage "The Chronicles of Young Indiana Jones." And tonight at 9 on ABC, Steven Spielberg comes a cropper with "Class of '61." Message to powerful Hollywood directors and producers: television isn't as easy as it looks. Created and written by Jonas
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TVWeekend; Historical Tales From the Other Side of Alex Haley's Family
NYTimes - about 24 years
Alex Haley, who died a year ago, chronicled in "Roots" his maternal ancestry, dabbing an Africa-to-America saga that spanned seven generations with touches of fiction. Now, focusing on the author's paternal grandmother, there is "Alex Haley's 'Queen,' " a three-part mini-series being presented on CBS Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, at 9 each night.
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TV Weekend; Peggy Ashcroft in 'She's Been Away'
NYTimes - over 25 years
Made-for-television movies this weekend are dominated by three actresses giving superb performances in two disappointing vehicles. On "Masterpiece Theater" this Sunday, Channel 13 at 9 P.M., there's "She's Been Away," starring Dame Peggy Ashcroft and Geraldine James, formerly co-stars in "The Jewel in the Crown." And directly opposite on CBS, there
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Review/Film; Memories Both Painful And Pretty In 'Reunion'
NYTimes - about 26 years
"Reunion," directed by Jerry Schatzberg from a screenplay by Harold Pinter, takes an unusually luxurious view of the Holocaust, in terms of both privilege and time. The latter is what makes the vantage point of an American businessman named Henry (Jason Robards) so contemplative, since he has long since left Germany and distanced himself from the
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'EURO-ENGLISH' MOVIES; More British Than Not
NYTimes - almost 28 years
LEAD: To the Editor: To the Editor: We would like to bring to your attention some facts that were misreported on the subject of ''Reunion'' [ ''Ici Se Habla Euro-English,'' June 4 ] . ''Reunion'' is, in fact, a co-production among France, Germany and England, as opposed to merely France and Germany. The fact that there is an English production
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Christien Anholt
  • 1999
    Age 28
    In 1999 Anholt was cast as 'Nigel Bailey', joint lead opposite Tia Carrere, in Relic Hunter which ran for three seasons and a 66 episodes.
    More Details Hide Details More recently Anholt guest starred in two episodes of Adventure Inc, alongside Michael Biehn, and had a cameo in The Conclave. He starred opposite James Franco and Jean Reno in the World War One drama Flyboys, and can be seen alongside Thora Birch in Dark Corners. Anholt resides in Los Angeles, California, with his wife, Carly.
  • 1990
    Age 19
    He later received the Best Actor at the E'Febo Doro award in Sicily in 1990.
    More Details Hide Details Harold Pinter, who wrote the screenplay for Reunion, recommended Anholt to playwright Ronald Harwood, who cast him as 'Leonard/Jeremy Lands' in his play Another Time, starring Albert Finney. Harwood then recommended him to director Franco Zeffirelli, who cast him as 'Marcelus' alongside Mel Gibson in the film Hamlet (1990). Anholt starred opposite Kate Beckinsale, Sam Neill and Judy Davis in Hallmark's production One Against the Wind, and alongside Stephen Dorff in The Power of One directed by John G. Avilsden. Steven Spielberg chose Anholt to play Clive Owen's brother 'Terry O'Neil' in the well-received TV series pilot Class Of '61. He received positive reviews for his portrayal of 'Gary Warrell' in the BBC 'Screen2' production Money For Nothing. He has also been featured in Seventeen opposite Rachel Weisz, and the BBC's Hard Times opposite Alan Bates and Richard E. Grant. The Harpist earned him another Best Actor nomination, this time at the Geneva Film Festival in 1997. This was followed by Preaching to the Perverted, The Ruby Ring, and George Miltons' Appetite. Anholt returned to the West End in Terence Rattigan's In Praise Of Love and was again cast by Harold Pinter and director David Jones opposite Pinter himself, in his thriller, The Hothouse.
  • 1988
    Age 17
    Christien Anholt was born in London, and began his acting career in 1988 at the age of 17 after winning the role of 'Hans' in the film Reunion, for which Anholt received a Best Actor nomination at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival.
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  • 1971
    Age 0
    Born in 1971.
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