Stylish, smooth and handsome, Clive Owen exudes all of the steely charm and charisma of a young Sean Connery in the James Bond era. A long time staple of British television, Clive began to breakthrough on the International scene with memorable appearances in Croupier, Gosford Park and the BMW short films. Starring in the title role in King Arthur and the critically acclaimed Closer in 2004, Clive emerged as a major star.
Clive Owen: I find The Knick fascinating
Clive Owen, 49, enters the world of American television in The Knick, about life as a cocaine-addicted surgeon in the 1900s. Directed by award-winning Steven Soderbergh, the drama is set in a New York hospital, The Knickerbocker. Owen hails from Warwickshire in the UK and attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. His first breakthrough TV role was on BBC?s Precious Bane in 1988.A New Show About Doctors Of Old
NPR's Arun Rath talks to actor Clive Owen about his new TV series The Knick . It's a medical drama set in turn-of-the-century New York City.US TV season rich in mystery and horror
The glitzy names being served up include the likes of Steven Soderbergh, Clive Owen, Guillermo del Toro, Liv Tyler and Halle Berry. It follows one Ephraim Goodweather, a disease control center head (played by Corey Stoll, one of the main actors in the first season of "House of Cards"), in his family dealings and as he faces an epidemic that turns people into zombie-vampires. "I think 'The Strain ...Clive Owen: I won't take money for granted
Clive Owen has vowed never to let money change his personality.Clive Owen's Bowie style
Clive Owen fell in love with the costumes from new TV show The Knick, but sometimes questioned whether they were appropriate.Clive Owen Needs an Alka-Seltzer
Every time I drive on the New Jersey Turnpike I see one of these billboards, and every time I see one of these billboards I start getting a phantom headache. The crisp, compact jpeg here doesn't do justice to the image looming beside the highway: Clive Owen's pained gaze, caught between excesses of light and of shadow, as he shoves a lowball glass toward the viewer, like he's trying to ward ...Clive Owen appreciates success
Clive Owen appreciates all the success he's been able to achieve in his career because he comes from such a humble background.'The Knick' series premiere recap: 'Method and Madness'
Clive Owen and Steven Soderbergh team up for a 1900s medical drama.Clive Owen talks about his new TV series 'The Knick'
Clive Owen is returning to series television in the Cinemax show "The Knick." It is set for a 10-week run, and it was just announced that it has been picked up for a second season. Not only is?Clive Owen: I'm hopeless at social media
Clive Owen's children know a lot more about technology that he does.
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Clive lived on the dole for two years after he left school.
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