Lookalike of the Week
Oscar Wilde and Hugh Grant: Reading Is Fundamental
Oscar Wilde is best known for his numerous literary works. One of his most famous plays was The Importance of Being Earnest. Hugh Grant is an award-winning English actor. He made his U.S. debut in the film Nine Months (1995). Aside from both men having a great head of hair, let's see what else they have in common:
Both men are European born. Oscar Wilde was born in Ireland, and Hugh Grant was born in England.
Scholarship to Oxford
Oscar Wilde received the demyship scholarship to attended Magdalen College at the University of Oxford. Grant received the Galsworthy scholarship to New College at the University of Oxford.
About a Book…
Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest was turned into a movie in 2002. That same year Grant acted in About a Boy, a movie based on the Nick Hornby's book with the same name.
Would you rather read the book or watch the movie?
Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor / 1960 -
Hugh Grant is a Golden Globe Award-winning British actor who starred in Four Weddings and a Funeral and the film adaptation of Bridget Jones's Diary.
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