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* His "claim to fame" was acting Charles in Four Weddings And A Funeral.
reject as a washed-up ’80s pop star who woos a ditsy poet played by Drew Barrymore, 31.
Career Grant made his film debut in 1982 with the Oxford-financed Privileged. He played a leading role in the Merchant-Ivory film Maurice in 1987 for which he won the Best Actor award (tied with his co-star James Wilby) at the Venice Film Festival.
He then appeared in the 1988 Ken Russell film Lair of the White Worm, and in 1991, he starred in the film Impromptu as Frdric Chopin opposite Judy Davis (as George Sand) and Julian Sands (as Franz Liszt).
He also played a major role in The Remains of the Day (1993) and simultaneously became known as the partner of model/actress Elizabeth Hurley, whom he had been dating since at least 1987.
However, it was Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994) which turned him into a major star.
He co-starred with Alan Rickman in An Awfully Big Adventure, partnered Julianne Moore in Nine Months, was the object of Emma Thompson's affection in Sense and Sensibility and appeared in the period piece Restoration which also co-starred Meg Ryan, Ian Mc Kellen, Sam Neill and Robert Downey Jr. He starred with Gene Hackman in the 1996 thriller Extreme Measures.He also starred in American Dreamz (2006), a satire on reality TV shows.Grant's most recent film is the romantic comedy film, Music and Lyrics.It opens with a music video that is reminiscent of any number of 80's singing groups. broke up, his career is now reduced to singing at highschool reunions and amusement parks.It looks like Duran Duran but it centers only on two members so it also reminded me of Wham! Also like George Michael and Andrew Ridgley, one member went on to huge fame and success as a solo act while the other disappeared into obscurity. The current pop princess, Cora, wants to work with him if only he can write a song in a week to make it onto her new CD. She adds a line to Alex's song while watering his plants and listening to him compose.