Russell Ira Crowe (conceived 7 April 1964) is an entertainer and movie producer. Albeit a New Zealand resident, he has lived the vast majority of his life in Australia since 1985. He earned respect for his jobs in the wrongdoing film L.A. Classified (1997) and the show The Insider (1999). For his depiction of Jeffrey Wigand in the last option, Crowe accepted his most memorable Oscar designation, and proceeded to win the Academy Award for Best Actor for his part in the verifiable show Gladiator (2000). Crowe’s depiction of the mathematician John Forbes Nash Jr. in the biopic A Beautiful Mind (2001) won him the Golden Globe Award and the BAFTA Award for Best Actor.
Crowe featured in the period film Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003) and depicted James J. Braddock in the biopic Cinderella Man (2005), while proceeding with his economically fruitful cooperation with Ridley Scott in the lighthearted comedy A Good Year (2006), the covert operative spine chiller Body of Lies (2008), and the activity film Robin Hood (2010). He featured in the wrongdoing film American Gangster (2007), the western 3:10 to Yuma (2007), and the spine chiller State of Play (2009), which were all basic triumphs.
Crowe later featured in the melodic show Les Misérables (2012), the superhuman film Man of Steel (2013), the legendary film Noah (2014), and the activity parody The Nice Guys (2016). In 2014, he made his first time at the helm with the show The Water Diviner, in which he likewise featured. For his presentation in the show miniseries The Loudest Voice (2019), Crowe got a Golden Globe Award. He has been the co-proprietor of the National Rugby League (NRL) group South Sydney Rabbitohs starting around 2006.