Ben Whishaw Birthday, Date of Birth

Ben Whishaw

Benjamin John Whishaw (born 14 October 1980) is an English film, television and theatre actor. After winning a British Independent Film Award for his performance in My Brother Tom (2001), Whishaw was nominated for an Olivier Award for his portrayal of the title role in a 2004 production of Hamlet. This was followed by television roles in Nathan Barley (2005), Criminal Justice (2008) and The Hour (2011–12) and film roles in Perfume: The Story of a Murderer (2006), I'm Not There (2007), Brideshead Revisited (2008) and Bright Star (2009). For Criminal Justice, Whishaw received an International Emmy Award and received his first BAFTA Award nomination.

In 2012, Whishaw played the title role in a BBC Two adaptation of Richard II, broadcast as part of The Hollow Crown series of William Shakespeare adaptations, for which he won the British Academy Television Award for Best Actor. The same year, he starred as Q in the James Bond film Skyfall (2012), going on to reprise the role in Spectre (2015) and the upcoming No Time to Die (2021). He has voiced Paddington Bear in Paddington (2014), its sequel Paddington 2 (2017) and the followup television series. His other film roles in the 2010s have included Cloud Atlas (2012), The Lobster (2015), Suffragette (2015), The Danish Girl (2015), and Mary Poppins Returns (2018). Whishaw received a third BAFTA Award nomination for the leading role in London Spy (2015) and, for his portrayal of Norman Scott in the miniseries A Very English Scandal (2018), won the British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actor, the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film and the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie. In 2020, he had a lead role as Patrick "Rabbi" Milligan in the fourth season of the FX black comedy crime drama Fargo.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Tuesday, October 14, 1980
Place of Birth
Clifton
Age
41
Star Sign

The October 14, 1980 was a Tuesday under the star sign of . It was the 287 day of the year. President of the United States was Jimmy Carter.

If you were born on this day, you are 41 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, October 14, 2021, 12 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, October 14, 2022, in 352 days. You have lived for 14,987 days, or about 359,688 hours, or about 21,581,300 minutes, or about 1,294,878,029 seconds.

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14th of October 1980 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on October 14, 1980

EARNINGS;Northrop

Date: 15 October 1980

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EARNINGS;ANHEUSER-BUSCH UP; NORTHROP ALSO GAINS

Date: 15 October 1980

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Signal and Ampex In New Merger Bid

Date: 14 October 1980

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Newsroom Search Limit Becomes Law; Statement by President Damage Suit as Remedy States Urged to Follow Suit

Date: 15 October 1980

Special to The New York Times

Pres Carter signs Privacy Protection Act of 1980 that prohibits unannounced searches of newsrooms by Federal, state or local law-enforcement authorities except in certain narrowly defined circumstances; new law also protects authors, scholars and others engaged in writing for publication; it does not protect other innocent 3d parties from whom evidence of crime is sought, although it directs Attorney General to issue guidelines to Federal law enforcement officers to minimize unnecessary intrusions into privacy of such persons; illustration (M)

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Reporters Temporarily Expelled at Coast Murder Trial; Motion for Suppression of Evidence Trial Delayed Repeatedly

Date: 15 October 1980

By ROBERT LINDSEY Special to The New York Times

Robert Special

Extortion and murder conspiracy trial that Justice Department prosecutors have said will provide new disclosures about organized crime operations opens in Los Angeles, but moments later Federal District Judge Terry J Hatter Jr, in unusual move, orders reporters out of courtroom; lawyers representing news organizations object strongly but unsuccessfully to order; reporters are allowed to re-enter courtroom 2 hours later, after prosecution and defense lawyers argued over admissibility of certain unspecified evidence (M)

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1980

Date: 15 October 1980

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A TIRELESS FRIEND OF THE DISPOSSESSED

Date: 14 October 1980

By EDWARD SCHUMACHER

Edward SCHUMACHER

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Notes on People; Lillian Gish, 84 and Still at It Ripples of Bendix Resignation Reach Washington Press Gloria Swanson Tells of an Affair With Joseph Kennedy Henry Ford Weds

Date: 15 October 1980

Judith Cummings Albin Krebs

Judith Albin

controversy develops between Washington Post and Washington Star over syndication of Gail Sheehy article on resignation of Cunningham; series appeared simultaneously in both papers, with each claiming exclusive copyright; Post publisher Benjamin Bradlee and Star ombudsman George Berveridge comment (S)

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American Assails a Unesco Role In Regulating News Operations; What Americans Support

Date: 15 October 1980

Elie Abel, American member of commission studying problems of world journalism, says that US cannot support suggestion for UNESCO to set up standards for news organizations, and criticizes agency for trying to be 'international nanny'; defends private ownership of publications and broadcasting stations, reaffirming opposition to official protection of licensing of journalists and points out that global news agencies are not permitted to disseminate information directly in many countries (S)

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EARNINGS;Honeywell

Date: 15 October 1980

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