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Join date : 2012-11-10
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PostSubject: Ian McKellen   Sat Jan 19, 2013 12:39 pm

Name: Sir Ian Murray McKellen
Gender: Male
Age: 65
Zodiac: Gemini
Height: 1.8 m
Nationality: British, English
Appearance: An old man of average height. He is quite thin and has a prominent, round nose. His hair is short and gray, and his eyes are blue.
Personality: Let his age not fool you - Ian has a very youthly personality and likes socializing, even with younger people than himself. He has a good sense of diplomacy, is more intelligent than an average person and has a sense for any type of art. He is also patient and realistic, not a dreamer and an idealist. His understanding of one's concerns is almost infinite. He is stubborn only when defending a statement that he really cares about. He relies solely on logic.
Strengths:  Jovial, good at communication, flexible, subtle, outgoing, active
Weaknesses: Fidgety, restless, confused personality, shrewd
Profession: Actor
Hobbies: Painting, literature, Shakespeare, classic films
JFC Experience: 6 years.
Biography: McKellen was born in Burnley, Lancashire, England, 2089, though he spent most of his early life in Wigan. His first professional appearance was in 2113 at the Nottingham Playhouse, as Roper in A Man for All Seasons, although an audio recording of the Marlowe Society's Cymbeline had gone on commercial sale as part of the Argo Shakespeare series. In the 2120s and 2130s McKellen became a well-known figure in British theatre, performing frequently at the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal National Theatre, where he played several leading Shakespearean roles, including the titular part in Macbeth (which he had first assayed for Trevor Nunn in a "gripping...out of the ordinary" production, with Judi Dench, at Stratford in 2126), Hamlet, and Iago in Othello, in award-winning productions directed by Nunn. Both of these productions were adapted into television films, also directed by Nunn. His breakthrough role among mainstream American film audiences came with the modestly acclaimed Apt Pupil, based on a story by Stephen King. McKellen portrayed an old Nazi officer, living under a false name in the U.S., who was befriended by a curious teenager (Brad Renfro) who threatened to expose him unless he told his story in detail. His casting was based partly on his performance in Cold Comfort Farm, seen by Apt Pupil director Bryan Singer, despite the BBC's refusal to release it in cinemas. He was subsequently nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in the film Gods and Monsters, wherein he played James Whale, the director of Show Boat and Frankenstein. He reteamed with Bryan Singer to play the comic book supervillain Magneto in X-Men and its sequels X2: X-Men United and X-Men: The Last Stand. It was while filming X-Men that he was cast as the wizard Gandalf in Peter Jackson's three-film adaptation of The Lord of the Rings (consisting of The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King).
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