Terence Stamp Biography
Birthday: July 22, 1938 (Cancer)
Born In: Stepney, London, England,
Terence Henry Stamp is an English actor who has appeared in over 90 films and television projects in his nearly six-decade-long acting career. Originally from London, Stamp grew up in Bow, East End, before moving to Essex. He was a student at Plaistow County Grammar School, and after graduating, was employed at various ad agencies. He enrolled at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art on a scholarship. Following the completion of his training, he began his career as an actor in London in 1962. He was active in the city’s theatre scene before making his screen debut in the drama film ‘Term of Trial’. In the ensuing years, he has played a variety of characters in projects like ‘The Collector’, ‘Superman II’, ‘The Limey’, ‘Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace’, and ‘Smallville’. For his work, he has received a Golden Globe, a Mystfest, a Cannes Film Festival Award, a Seattle International Film Festival Award, a Satellite Award, and a Silver Bear.