English actor Hugh Grant shot to fame in the movie Four Weddings and A Funeral. His popularity has waned a little since then but he is still one of our favourite stars.
Hugh has been one of Britain's most successful actors for the last 20 years. His quintessentially English good looks and charming nature have carved him his own little slice of the movie market. However, it's hard to forget his infamous night in Los Angeles with Miss Divine Brown.
Hugh John Mungo Grant was born in London, England on September 9th 1960. He studied at New College, Oxford with a view to a career as an art historian. However, he soon decided to try his hand at something a little more exciting, acting. He made his screen debut in the movie...
His Sexiest Moments
1. As sexy boss Daniel Cleaver in the movie Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) when he seduces our favourite big knicker wearing woman.
2. The scene in the rain from Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994) when he finally opens his heart to the woman he loves.
3. Putting his Prime Ministerial duties aside in the film Love Actually (2003) to go after Martine McCutcheon, the former employee he has fallen in love with.
Three Things You Never Knew
1. His production company is called Simian Films because Elizabeth Hurley (his girlfriend at the time) thought he bore more than a passing resemblance to a money.
2. Rumour has it he refused to perform a love scene in the movie Four Weddings and A Funeral (1994) when it was suggested he wear some body paint to make him look more toned.
3. Hugh's full name is Hugh John Mungo Grant. Wonder why he prefers to be known by just his surname and forename