1. Mark Rylance has publicly expressed his doubts that William Shakespeare wrote all the plays attributed to him.
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7. In 2015, Mark Rylance appeared in Farinelli and the King in London; he starred in the play when it went to Broadway in 2017.
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8. Mark Rylance was lauded for his performance, winning an award from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.
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9. In 1986, Mark Rylance walked away from the chance to work with Spielberg when he turned down two different roles in Empire of the Sun.
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13. Sir David Mark Rylance Waters was born on 18 January 1960 and is an English actor, theatre director, and playwright.
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17. Mark Rylance is a member of the Peace Pledge Union, a network of pacifists in the UK.
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18. Mark Rylance is a patron of the London-based charity Peace Direct which supports grassroots peacebuilders in areas of conflict, and of the British Stop the War Coalition.
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20. Mark Rylance is married to director, composer and playwright Claire van Kampen, whom he met in 1987 while working on a production of The Wandering Jew at the National Theatre.
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22. Mark Rylance will next film Waiting for Barbarians, alongside Johnny Depp and Robert Pattinson, in late October 2018.
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24. Mark Rylance was featured as the castaway on the BBC radio programme Desert Island Discs on 15 February 2015.
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30. Mark Rylance is a patron of the London-based charity Peace Direct, which supports peace-builders in areas of conflict, and of the British Stop the War Coalition.
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32. Mark Rylance appeared in the West End productions of Much Ado About Nothing in 1994 and Jerusalem in 2010, winning the Olivier Award for Best Actor for both.
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