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He trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art , where he now serves as a council member. His elder brother, John, is a British television presenter and former ITN newscaster.
Suchet's nephew is the broadcaster Richard Suchet. Suchet began his acting career at the Watermill Theatre , Bagnor , Berkshire ; he has said that Watermill "fulfils my vision of a perfect theatre".
In —82, he played Bolingbroke in Richard II opposite Alan Howard. Suchet played "John" in the drama Oleanna at the Royal Court Theatre in It was directed by Harold Pinter , and co-starred Lia Williams as "Carol".
He made his West End debut opposite Saskia Reeves in the Kempinski play Separation , at the Comedy Theatre in In —97 he played opposite Dame Diana Rigg in the West End production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
He was also featured as Salieri from to in the Broadway production Amadeus. In , at the Chichester Festival Theatre , he played Cardinal Benelli in The Last Confession , about the death of Pope John Paul I.
He has been starring as Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde at the Vaudeville Theatre in London since June and on tour.
After making his first TV appearance in [ which? In , he also played Edward Teller , later developer of the US H-bomb , in the joint BBC-US TV serial about the US Manhattan Project called Oppenheimer.
In , he played the insidious half-Chinese policeman with orders to kill British spy Sidney Reilly in Reilly, Ace of Spies.
He portrayed Sigmund Freud in the six-hour mini-series Freud , co-produced by the BBC in In , he played Blott in the television series Blott on the Landscape , and corporate whistle-blower Stanley Adams in A Song for Europe.
Coincidentally, Suchet appeared as Inspector Japp in 's Thirteen at Dinner , in which Peter Ustinov portrayed Poirot. In his book, Poirot and Me , Suchet mentions that Ustinov one day approached him and told him that Suchet could play Poirot and would be good at it.
Suchet then spoke to Brian Eastman from ITV: . Have a look at them and see what you think. So I started to read them.
So I decided to ask my elder brother John, who was then a newscaster at Independent Television News in London. There was a slight sigh. John is an enormously kind and gentle man, and would never want to upset me.
Only one word of warning: it may be difficult to get people to take him seriously. It turned out he was quite right. In , he played Leopold Bloom  in the Channel 4 documentary The Modern World: Ten Great Writers , in which some of James Joyce's Ulysses was dramatised.
It ended up five pages long and detailed ninety-three different aspects of his life. I have the list to this day — in fact, I carried it around on the set with me throughout all my years as Poirot, just as I gave a copy to every director I worked with on a Poirot film.
In , he took the title role of Hercule Poirot for the long-running television series Agatha Christie's Poirot. In , he had the lead role in the David Yates -directed BBC television serial The Way We Live Now and, in April , he played the real-life barrister, George Carman QC , in the BBC drama Get Carman: The Trials of George Carman QC.
In , Suchet starred as the ambitious Cardinal Wolsey in the two-part ITV drama Henry VIII opposite Ray Winstone as Henry VIII and Helena Bonham Carter as Anne Boleyn.
In May , he played the role of the fallen press baron Robert Maxwell in Maxwell , a BBC2 dramatisation of the final 18 months of Maxwell's life.
During the same year, he voiced Poirot in the adventure game Agatha Christie: Murder on the Orient Express.
At Christmas , he played the vampire hunter Abraham Van Helsing in a BBC adaptation of Bram Stoker 's novel Dracula. He appeared in the disaster film Flood , released in August , as the Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom at a time when London is devastated by flooding.
Suchet appeared on daytime-TV chat show Loose Women on 6 February to talk about his film The Bank Job , in which he played Lew Vogel, alongside Jason Statham and Saffron Burrows.
In , he took part in the genealogy documentary series Who Do You Think You Are? He starred in the CBC made-for-TV film Diverted. He starred as the main antagonist, Reacher Gilt, in the Sky TV adaptation of Going Postal , based on Pratchett's book of the same name.
He appeared in the film Act of God as Benjamin Cisco. In , Suchet played a bigfoot hunter in Harry and the Hendersons.
He had roles in two Michael Douglas films, A Perfect Murder and The In-Laws. In , he starred in the independent film Sunday.
In November , Suchet and ITV announced that Suchet would complete the canon of Poirot novels, in a thirteenth and final series of Poirot. Poirot also known as Agatha Christie's Poirot is a British mystery drama television programme that aired on ITV from 8 January to 13 November David Suchet stars as the eponymous detective, Agatha Christie 's fictional Hercule Poirot.
Initially produced by LWT , the series was later produced by ITV Studios. The programme ran for 13 series and 70 episodes in total; each episode was adapted from a novel or short story by Christie that featured Poirot, and consequently in each episode Poirot is both the main detective in charge of the investigation of a crime usually murder and the protagonist who is at the centre of most of the episode's action.
At the programme's conclusion, which finished with " Curtain: Poirot's Last Case " based on the novel Curtain , the final Poirot novel ,  every major literary work by Christie that featured the title character had been adapted.
Clive Exton in partnership with producer Brian Eastman adapted the pilot. Together, they wrote and produced the first eight series.
Michele Buck and Damien Timmer , who both went on to form Mammoth Screen , were behind the revamping of the series. The humour of the earlier series was downplayed with each episode being presented as serious drama and saw the introduction of gritty elements not present in the Christie stories being adapted.
Recurrent motifs in the additions included drug use, sex, abortion, homosexuality, and a tendency toward more visceral imagery.
Story changes were often made to present female characters in a more sympathetic or heroic light, at odds with Christie's characteristic gender neutrality.
In flashback scenes, later episodes also made extensive use of fisheye lens , distorted colours, and other visual effects.
Series 9—12 lack Hugh Fraser , Phillip Jackson and Pauline Moran , who had appeared in the previous series excepting series 4, where Moran is absent.
The introduction of Wanamaker and Yelland's characters and the absence of the other characters is generally consistent with the stories on which the scripts were based.
Hugh Fraser and David Yelland  returned for two episodes of the final series: The Big Four and Curtain , with Phillip Jackson and Pauline Moran  returning for the adaptation of The Big Four.
Clive Exton adapted seven novels and fourteen short stories for the series, including " The ABC Murders " and " The Murder of Roger Ackroyd ",  which received mixed reviews from critics.
Comedian and novelist Mark Gatiss wrote three episodes and also guest-starred in the series,  as have Peter Flannery and Kevin Elyot.
Ian Hallard , who co-wrote the screenplay for "The Big Four" with Mark Gatiss, appears in the episode and also "Hallowe'en Party", which was scripted by Gatiss alone.
Florin Court in Charterhouse Square , London , was used as Poirot's fictional London residence, Whitehaven Mansions. Suchet was recommended for the part by Christie's family, who had seen him appear as Blott in the TV adaptation of Tom Sharpe's Blott on the Landscape.
And then it was my business not only to know what he was like, but to gradually become him. I had to become him before we started shooting. During the filming of the first series, Suchet almost left the production during an argument with a director, insisting that Poirot's odd mannerisms in this case, putting a handkerchief down before sitting on a park bench be featured;  he later said "there's no question [Poirot's] obsessive-compulsive ".
In , Suchet spoke of his desire to film the remaining stories in the canon and hoped to achieve this before his 65th birthday in May A television special, Being Poirot , centred on Suchet's characterisation and his emotional final episode.
Alongside recurring characters, the early series featured actors who later achieved greater fame, including Sean Pertwee " The King of Clubs ", ; "Dead Man's Folly", , Joely Richardson " The Dream ", , Polly Walker " Peril at End House ", , Samantha Bond " The Adventure of the Cheap Flat ", , Christopher Eccleston " One, Two, Buckle My Shoe ", , Hermione Norris " Jewel Robbery at The Grand Metropolitan ", , Damian Lewis " Hickory Dickory Dock ", , Jamie Bamber "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd", , Russell Tovey " Evil Under the Sun ", , Emily Blunt " Death on the Nile ", , Alice Eve " The Mystery of the Blue Train ", , Michael Fassbender " After the Funeral ", , Aiden Gillen " Five Little Pigs ", , Toby Jones and Jessica Chastain " Murder on the Orient Express ", Four Academy Award nominees have appeared in the series: Sarah Miles , Barbara Hershey , Elizabeth McGovern and Elliott Gould.
Peter Capaldi , Jessica Chastain, Michael Fassbender, and Lesley Manville went on to receive Academy Award nominations after appearing on the show.
Several members of British thespian families appeared in episodes throughout the course of the series. James Fox appeared as Colonel Race in "Death on the Nile", and his older brother Edward Fox appeared as Gudgeon in " The Hollow ".
Phyllida Law and her daughter Sophie Thompson appeared in "Hallowe'en Party". David Yelland appeared as Charles Laverton West in " Murder in the Mews " and as George for the remainder of the series from Series 10 onward, and his daughter Hannah Yelland appeared as Geraldine Marsh in " Lord Edgware Dies ".
Agatha Christie's grandson Mathew Prichard commented: "Personally, I regret very much that she [Agatha Christie] never saw David Suchet. I think that visually he is much the most convincing and perhaps he manages to convey to the viewer just enough of the irritation that we always associate with the perfectionist, to be convincing!
In , the series was described by some critics as going "off piste",  though not negatively, from its old format. It was praised for its new writers, more lavish productions and a greater emphasis on the darker psychology of the novels.
Significantly, it was noted for "Five Little Pigs" adapted by Kevin Elyot bringing out a homosexual subtext of the novel. In the UK, ITV Studios Home Entertainment owns the home media rights.