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He was into acting from age 6 and joined the National Youth Theatre at 16 before later attending the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and graduating in 1991.
Acting career: Daniel was in Tony Kushner's theatre show 'Angels in America' in 1993 and even appeared in an episode of 'Heartbeat' in the same year.
Brought in to make the female characters seem like actual humans, Waller-Bridge told Deadline that the Bond franchise is "absolutely relevant now. It has just got to evolve, and the important thing is that the film treats the women properly.
Daniel Craig (born )Daniel Craig is an English actor most well-known for playing the part of James Bond in 'Casino Royale', 'Quantum of Solace' and 'Skyfall'.
Wednesday morning’s edition of ‘Good Morning Britain’ (October 17th) had seen comedian Hill use the closing moments of his interview to put his shaving foam pie straight into Morgan’s face, after the presenter had earlier ridiculed men who carry their kids in slings.
In particular, he had made fun of James Bond actor Daniel Craig for doing so, after the actor was spotted walking his newborn child around in a papoose in New York, describing it as “emasculating”.
He was in Sam Mendes's 'Road to Perdition' in 2002 as well as 'Sylvia' in 2003, 'Layer Cake' in 2004 and 'Enduring Love' in 2004.
Craig married actress Rachel Weisz who he worked with on 'Dream House' on 22 June 2011 in New York City. Biography by Rachel Weisz and husband Daniel Craig welcomed a baby girl in the summer and the Mummy actress has revealed she's not a very strict mum - because she loves the job so much.
With just four guests in attendance, their marriage was one of the more secret wedding ceremonies of celebrity culture. The showbiz couple - who married in 2011 - are furiously private of their youngster but Rachel spilled some secrets during a recent interview.
The video, created by the photographer and film-maker Sam Taylor Wood, has been made for EQUALS, a partnership of leading charities brought together by Annie Lennox to celebrate the centenary of International Women's Day on Tuesday 8 March.
was the first film in the 007 franchise to wrestle with the concept of mortality in its title.