Cary Elwes made his cinematic debut in 1984 in Marek Kanievska’s film “Another Country” based on the award-winning play. He then starred in the highly acclaimed historical drama, “Lady Jane.” That same year, Elwes starred in the classic fairy-tale “The Princess Bride.” The following year, he joined Morgan Freeman and Denzel Washington in the Academy Award® winning civil war epic “Glory.” Elwes then joined Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman to work on the high-speed action movie, “Days of Thunder.” His body of work also includes “Hot Shots”; “Bram Stoker’s Dracula”; “Robin Hood: Men in Tights”; “Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book”; “Twister”; “Liar, Liar”; “Kiss the Girls”; “From the Earth to the Moon”; “Cradle Will Rock”; “Shadow of the Vampire” and “The Cat’s Meow.” Elwes also starred in the smash hit psychological thriller, “Saw.” He was also in Garry Marshall’s “Georgia Rule” alongside Jane Fonda, Felicity Huffman and Lindsay Lohan. Elwes recently worked with Garry Marshall again in “New Year’s Eve” for New Line. His other credits include “A Christmas Carol” for Robert Zemeckis and “The Adventures of Tintin” for Steven Speilberg. Elwes just wrapped “Behaving Badly” opposite Selena Gomez, Nat Wolff and Mary Louise Parker.
Elwes lives in Los Angeles.