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SalaryTwo Weeks Notice (2002): $12,500,000
Mickey Blue Eyes (1999): $7,500,000
Notting Hill (1999): $7,500,000
Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994): $100,000
TriviaChosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#43).  He was arrested in Los Angeles, California, for lewd conduct after police checking into a "suspicious parked car" found him with Divine Brown, a prostitute, in the front seat (it was his car). He pleaded no contest and got a $1,180 fine and two years' probation.  On the set of Mickey Blue Eyes (1999), James Caan gave Hugh the nickname of Whippy, because Caan said he worried about everything like "the little whippet dogs that get nervous and you got to put a sweater on them when they're cold". Featured in the 1996 paperback "Mug Shots" that includes many other celebrities who've been arrested for one reason or another. Usually dubbed in French versions by actor Vincent Cassel. Has long wanted to make a film about his grandfather's real life escape from a prisoner of war camp during WWII. Model and actress Elizabeth Hurley is a former girlfriend [1987 - 2000]. Thomas Sangster is his cousin. Godfather of Damian Hurley, son of his ex-girlfriend Elizabeth Hurley. Used to play in a cricket team called 'Captain Scott' Played Emma Thompson's love interest in Sense and Sensibility (1995) and her brother in Love Actually (2003). He also collaborated with her in the films Impromptu (1991) and The Remains of the Day (1993). Was originally cast as Gilderoy Lockhart in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002), but was forced to withdraw at the last moment because of scheduling conflicts. Andrew Lloyd Webber's mother was Hugh's piano teacher when he was a child. In a 2002 Capital FM radio interview, he stated that The Remains of the Day (1993) is the best and Night Train to Venice (1993) is the worst film he had ever made. His favorite films include The Way Ahead (1944), Zulu (1964) and The Party (1968).
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