Wouldn’t it just be delightful to spend the day with Alan Rickman?
That may not be happening in the near future, but we can take a spin with him around the Qatar Goodwood Festival at Goodwood Racecourse in Chichester, England with this gallery of photos.
In the parlor game “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon,” you must tie the prolific star to any other film actor in six steps or fewer. Last month, we asked BBC AMERICA viewers to weigh in on the British actor who most fulfills the …
Kate Winslet reunites with one of her first leading men in the June 2015 release of A Little Chaos (June 26), starring opposite Alan Rickman, who also directed the film. Winslet and Rickman first starred together in the 1995 …
It’s hard to take anyone seriously after they take a swig of helium, but Alan Rickman (A Little Chaos, Harry Potter) came across as his typically demure self when going gulp-for-gulp with Jimmy Fallon on his late night show.
A couple of weeks ago, we posed the question ‘Who is the British Kevin Bacon?’ as a way of celebrating those British character actors who have appeared in such a staggering variety of U.K.
British actor Alan Rickman is a mainstay on our always growing list of Anglo fan favorites, and we’re not shy to say we’re fans too. We try to keep up with Rickman and report on his latest going-ons, which made us think, …
British actor Alan Rickman has been off the market for the past 50 years, living with his partner Rima Horton, an economist and politician, for 40 of them. They met when he was 19 and she was 18.
British actor Alan Rickman took a minute to indulge in his second career of directing, with A Little Chaos releasing in 2015, but his focus is back on acting.
It’s always fun when one of your favorite actors pops up in an unexpected place, you know, like a music video. While a good surprise, you might find yourself thinking, “How did this happen?”
If you thought our post on British celebs wearing kilts was sexy, then check out these gents decked out in cravats. The cravat, a type of men’s neckwear, became popular in England during the 17th century.