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Geoffrey Roy Rush is an acclaimed Australian actor of the stage and screen. He is known for his roles in various films, including his role as Captain Barbossa in the Pirates of the Caribbean films. Rush won an Academy Award for Shine (1996), and was nominated for his performances in Shakespeare in Love (1998), Quills (2000), and The King's Speech (2010). He also appeared in various films including Elizabeth (1998), Les Miserables (1998), Frida (2001), Munich (2005), and The Book Thief (2013).
Newspaper bosses lose Geoffrey Rush defamation appeal
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