Edward Thomas "Tom" Hardy (born 15 September 1977) is an English actor. Some of his most notable film roles include Star Trek: Nemesis, RocknRolla, Bronson, Warrior, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, This Means War, The Dark Knight Rises, and Inception, the critically acclaimed film for which he won the BAFTA Rising Star Award.
His television roles include the BBC mini-series The Virgin Queen, ITV's Wuthering Heights, in which he played Heathcliff, Stuart: A Life Backwards, for which he garnered a nomination for the BAFTA for Best Actor, and Martina Cole's The Take. In 2012, he appeared as the villain Bane in Christopher Nolan's film The Dark Knight Rises and as Forrest Bondurant in John Hillcoat's crime thriller film Lawless. In 2014, he will star as Max Rockatansky in Mad Max: Fury Road, the fourth installment of the Mad Max franchise.
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Because the all-enacting Might
That fashioned forth its loveliness
Had other aims than my delight.”
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