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100 BAFTA Moments - Ralph Fiennes Wins his First BAFTA Award in 1994

22 December 2014

48 days to go - Ralph Fiennes wins the Supporting Actor award for Schindler's List

Updated 9 January 2015. 

In 1994, Ralph Fiennes won his first BAFTA for his performance as Amon Goeth in Schindler's List (1993). He was nominated alongside Ben Kingsley, Tommy Lee Jones and John Malkovich. 

Fiennes has since been nominated a further four times for his acting, including The English Patient (1996), The End of the Affairs (1999), The Constant Gardener (2005) and The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014). In 2012, he was nominated in the Outstanding British Debut category for his directorial debut Coriolanus (2011). 

Discover more about Fiennes' career on BAFTA Guru.

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The Lloyds Bank British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards in 1994.BAFTA/Doug McKenzie