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Tony Adams was playing against me and I skinned him a few times, so I must have made an impression." Deciding not to take the trial as it would have meant the family leaving Port Talbot for London, he lost interest in football in his early teens as football became a more physical game.
He will next play Hamlet at the Young Vic Theatre in October 2011, directed by Ian Rickson.An entertaining documentary comedy celebrating the games greatest football managers and the highs and lows of football management.He has appeared in Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, Disney sequel Tron: Legacy, independent drama Beautiful Boy and Woody Allen's highest grossing film in twenty-five years, Midnight in Paris.At Easter in 2011, he starred in and was creative director of a 72-hour staging of The Passion, a secular passion play, in his hometown of Port Talbot, Wales.In addition to a professional cast, over one thousand local amateurs took part.Sheen soon established himself as one of the most promising talents on the theatrical scene, notably being cast as Mozart in Peter Shaffer's play Amadeus, which was staged at the Old Vic theatre and directed by Sir Peter Hall. His screen appearances include the BBC drama serial, Gallowglass (based on the novel by Ruth Rendell), and the films Wilde (1997) (in which he played Robert Ross) and Mary Reilly.
However, he remained primarily a stage actor, having starred in high-profile productions of Henry V, Peer Gynt, The Dresser, Caligula and Look Back in Anger, among others.
He has also played Kenneth Williams in Fantabulosa!
on BBC Four, H G Wells in H G Wells: War with the World on BBC Two, and in 2006, he played Nero in the BBC's Ancient Rome: The Rise and Fall of an Empire.
On 2 October 2007, it was announced that Peter Morgan was working on a sequel to The Queen, and that Sheen will be reprising his role as Tony Blair in The Special Relationship, starring alongside Dennis Quaid as former US President Bill Clinton and Hope Davis as Hillary Clinton.
In January 2009, he returned to the role of Lucian in Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, the third release in the Underworld film series and prequel to the original 2003 film.
Michael Christopher Sheen appears in New Moon, Eclipse, and both Breaking Dawn movies as Aro.