Anthony Hopkins was born in 1937 and joined the National Theatre in 1965, after receiving an invitation from Laurence Olivier. He has received four Academy Awards nominations, winning his first for the 1992 film The Silence of the Lambs. He received seven Golden Globe nominations winning his first in 2006, The Cecil B. Demille Award. For more than fifty years, Hopkins has been enthralling viewers in theaters. His reputation is well deserved, and he has been in many great movies, including Amistad, Nixon, The Remains of the Day, Magic, The Tenth Man, The Edge, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Thor, Meet Joe Black, Red Dragon, and The Mask of Zoro.