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 stars in dark medical drama 'The Knick'
Got the knack for The Knick?Words and Pictures
An art instructor and an English teacher form a rivalry at their school in which students decide whether words or pictures are more important.Cinemax Gives Steven Soderbergh's 'The Knick' Early Season 2 Renewal
UPDATED: Clive Owen stars in the 20th-century period medical drama premiering Aug. 8. read moreIn Theatres: Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche in 'Words and Pictures'
Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche go head-to-head, but probably fall in love, in Words and Pictures , a romantic comedy in theatres this weekend. Owen and Binoche play professors of both literature and visual art, and they compete to inspire their students and prove which medium is, well, the best.TCA 2014: 'The Knick' solves Steven Soderbergh's 'ego problem'
With all the success that filmmaker Steven Soderbergh has had, from his Oscar win for "Traffic" to his Emmy victory with "Behind the Candelabra," it's a bit odd to hear him refer to having "an ego problem."Rom-com stars deliver chemistry lesson
WORDS and Pictures: Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche?s sparring and swinging at each other as they shimmy closer to an inevitable clinch is a delight to watch.Blood Ties
Clive Owen stars in Guillaume Canet?s crime thriller about a convict released from prison to find how his former life has changed. Co-starring with Owen is Billy Crudup, Mila Kunis and Marion Cotillard, with a script co-written by James Gray. Blood Ties opens at UK cinemas on 15 August 2014.Steven Soderberg returns to TV with dark medical drama 'The Knick'
Got the knack for The Knick?Movie review: Words and Pictures is predictable yet magical (with video)
Words and Pictures Three and a half stars out of five Starring: Clive Owen, Juliette Binoche, Valerie Tian, Navid Negahban, Bruce Davison, Amy Brenneman Directed by: Fred Schepisi Running time: 111 minutes It?s a story pulled straight out of today?s [?]Original Ten-Part Series "The Knick," Directed by Oscar(R) and Emmy(R) Winner Steven Soderbergh and Starring Oscar(R ...
Gregory Jacobs, Steven Soderbergh, Michael Sugar and Clive Owen executive produce the series, from creators Jack Amiel and Michael Begler.
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Clive lived on the dole for two years after he left school.
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