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Rupert Gould - biography, date of birth, place of birth, filmography, clips, Director, Writer, Producer.
Born 18 February 1972, Highgate, London is a British film director, screenwriter and producer.
He received his primary education at the private school of University College. He graduated from Trinity College Cambridge in 1994, after which he studied performing arts at New York University on a Fulbright scholarship. Since 1995 he has been practicing at the Donmar Warehouse Theater. From 2000 to 2005, he was Artistic Director of the Royal and Durngate Theaters in Northampton.
Recognition came to Gould in 2007 when he directed William Shakespeare's Macbeth Festival Theater starring Patrick Stewart at the Chichester Festival Theater. After Chichester, the production was a success at the Gielgud Theater in the West End, and then moved to the Lyceum Theater on Broadway, New York. For his directing, Ruperd Gould won the Evening Standard Award in 2007 and the Laurence Olivier Award in 2008. In 2010, he directed a television film based on his production.
In 2009, Gould directed the revived production of the musical Oliver! In the same year he staged King Lear at the Young Vic Theater. The biggest success of 2009 was ENRON's staging of the bankruptcy scandal of the energy company of the same name, which earned Gould the second Laurence Olivier Prize (2010).
Since 2010, Rupert Gould has been Deputy Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company, where he directed Romeo and Juliet (2010) and The Merchant of Venice (2011). The director has also directed several performances at the Royal National Theater.
In February 2013, Gould was appointed Artistic Director of the Almeida Theater. In 2014 he directed the play King Charles III by Mike Bartlet. In 2015, she won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play, and Gould was nominated for Best Director, losing out to Ivo van Hove. Also in 2014, the successful musical Made in Dagenham (Adelphi Theater) was staged. In 2015, Gould directed Medea with Kate Fleetwood in the title role, in 2016 Richard III with Rife Fiennes as King and Vanessa Redgrave as Margarita.