Albert Finney  

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Albert Finney, Jr. (born May 9, 1936) is a five-time Academy Award-nominated and Emmy Award-winning English actor. Hailed as a "second Olivier" as a young stage actor in the late 1950s, Finney rose to film star fame in the early 1960s. Although his early fame was later tempered by long absences from major motion pictures, he continues to earn awards and acclaim in a varied five decade career on stage, films, and television.



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