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Rupert was born under the official name Everett, Rupert James Hector on May 29th, 1959. He has been a credited actor since the 1986 film Duet for One.

Rupert Everett is a bankable leading actor on the silver screen. He has starred in six films including the 2009 adventure film St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold as the character Camilla, the 2009 adventure movie St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold playing Captain Archibald and the 2009 adventure release St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold cast as Fortnam Fritton.

Rupert has made such a successful career in supporting roles, that it actually surpasses most leading actor's careers. He has appeared in fourteen films including: the 2010 action film Wild Target as the character Ferguson, the 2007 adventure movie Shrek the Third playing Prince Charming and the 2007 comedy release St. Trinian's cast as Carnaby Fritton.

Rupert Everett has earned salaries up to $4,000,000 for his acting. His most commercially successful project to date has been the 2004 adventure film Shrek 2, which brought in $436,000,000 at the box office.

Beyond acting, Rupert Everett was the director of the 2015 movie comedy The Happy Prince. In 2004 Rupert Everett produced his first movie, the drama film A Different Loyalty. Since then he went on to produce three movies including: St. Trinian's (2007) and St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009) .

Rupert is a cultural icon, having been featured on the cover of at least fifteen magazines, captured in more than three pictorials, interviewed in over thirteen publications and featured in fourteen magazine articles. He has been the subject of at least one book.

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" Why would I wear pink trousers? It's hard enough being gay.

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1999 VH1 Vogue Fashion Award for most fashionable male celebrity.
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