He plays a crooked Washington congressman, runs a London theater, and follows his favorite tennis player all the way to Melbourne.
After playing Southern Democrat Frank Underwood for two seasons on “House of Cards,” Kevin Spacey addressed the realism of the Netflix series using his own true-to-life impression of Bill Clinton.
David Rubenstein offered up the healing power of music to “soothe” Washington’s fiscal discord.
Actor Kevin Spacey glided past the crab balls and filet-mignon skewers at the Red Red Wine Bar in Annapolis, Maryland, as he charmed a roomful of the state’s political elite.
The hero of Shakespeare’s “Richard III” is called “a lump of foul deformity” by his future wife. Rarely has foulness produced so many gallows laughs as it does with Kevin Spacey as the cunning crookback.
Paying to restore a Rembrandt in Prague, sponsoring the season at London’s Old Vic Theatre, co- funding a Roy Lichtenstein show in Paris: It’s all in a year’s work for Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
"I had a mother who was artistic, who believed in the arts, who believed in exposing her children to the arts, who took me to the theater, music, who introduced me to Bobby Darin, who introduced me to great books, great writing and great story telling."
- Kevin Spacey on Apr 10, 2014