Clive Owen Takes on Papa
The British actor earned his first Emmy nomination for delivering a warts-and-all portrayal of a literary legend.
Clive Owen never has shied away from playing difficult, complicated men in his film career (see his breakout film Croupier and Mike Nichols' Closer for two good examples). So it's only fitting that the actor, 47, would say yes to taking on one of the most complex and tragic American literary figures, Ernest Hemingway, for his debut in a made-for-television movie -- HBO's Hemingway & Gellhorn, nominated for 15 Emmys.
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