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Born in 1977 in London (England), Edward Thomas Hardy, known as Tom Hardy, has always dreamed of a career in film. With this in mind, he joined the Drama Centre in London and landed his first role in 2001 in Steven Spielberg's and Tom Hanks' series "Brothers in Arms". That same year, he made his first steps into the cinema in Ridley Scott's film "The Fall of the Black Falcon" where he played the part of Josh Hartnett and Ewan McGregor. Quickly the actor gets small roles in movies like "Star Trek Nemesis", "Layer Cake" where he plays with Daniel Craig, "Marie-Antoinette" by Sofia Coppola or "RockNRolla" by Guy Ritchie". As he became more and more familiar with the big screen, Tom Hardy became known. He won the lead role in the British biopic "Bronson" in 2009, a role in which he will gain muscle mass to play one of the most famous criminals in the United Kingdom. The following year, Christopher Nolan integrated him into the casting of "Inception" where he played the part of Léonardo DiCaprio and Marion Cotillard among others. The director will also give him the role of Bane, Batman's enemy in "The Dark Knight Rises" in 2012. Action films stick to him, so he plays in "Warrior" in 2011 and "Lawless Men" the following year. That same year, he tried acting in "Target" with Reese Witherspoon.