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He later reprised this role in 2006, in the drama The Queen.
His role in the film earned him a BAFTA nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Film.
In 1997, together with Helen Mc Crory he created Foundry, a new writing company.
As one of the founders of Thin Language, a theatre company for Wales, he appeared in and/or directed the 1997 theatrical productions of "Badfinger" (by Simon Harris) at the Donmar Warehouse, London and in "Wales" and "Forever Yours Mary Lou" by Trembly-Author (Welsh adaptation Sian Evans) in Swansea, Cardiff and London.
Appeared as Lenny in a 1996 revival of "The Homecoming" by Harold Pinter (Roger Mitchell - director) at the Lyttelton Theatre, Royal National Theatre.
Appeared as Peer Gynt in a 1994 revival of Henrik Ibsen's "Peer Gynt" (adaptation by Frank Mc Guiness, Yukio Ninagawa - director) for the National Theatre Endemble at the Barbican Theatre, London and in Oslo, Norway and Tokyo, Japan.
He was educated at Charterhouse School, and on 8 June 1695 was admitted to Queens' College, Cambridge.
In 1709 Davies was junior proctor of the university. The other pieces appeared at Cambridge in the following order: Davies had also gone as far as the middle of the third book of Cicero's De Officiis when he died.
Henry James he was chosen to succeed him as president of Queens' College, 23 March 1717. He planned new editions of Cicero's philosophical treatises, to add to the works edited by Grævius, and published the ‘Tusculanarum disputationum libri quinque,’ Cambridge, 1709, and again in 1723, 1730, and 1738, with the emendations of Bentley.
His next project became Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland in 2010, followed by appearances on the British independent film My Last Five Girlfriends and the American thriller Unthinkable.
He has also been cast on Tron Legacy, as well as on the NBC series 30 Rock.
In 2003, he co-starred with Kate Beckinsale in the gothic-horror film Underworld, as the Lycans leader, Lucian.