'Notting Hill' (1999)
In this classic 1999 romantic comedy, Hugh Grant takes on the role of London bookstore owner William Thacker, who falls in love with the famous American actress Anna Scott. As their romance grows, the pair struggle to meld their radically different lives as one.
'Florence Foster Jenkins' (2016)
This 2016 comedy-drama sees Meryl Streep star as Florence Foster Jenkins, a New York City socialite who performs at Carnegie Hall despite being tone deaf. As usual, Grant brings great dimension to the film, thanks to his role as Jenkins’ lovingly devoted husband and manager.
'About A Boy' (2002)
In this charming Nick Hornby big-screen adaptation, Grant stars as Will Freeman, a rich, irresponsible Brit who invents an imaginary son as part of his ploy to date single mothers. While on his quest for available women, Freeman meets the troubled 12-year-old Marcus, who unexpectedly ends up helping Freeman grow as an adult.
'Love Actually' (2003)
As the handsome, newly elected British prime minister, Hugh Grant’s David falls for a member of his house staff in one of nine love-driven storylines in the film. In one of the film’s most iconic scenes, Grant delivers an amazing dance sequence to The Pointer Sisters classic, “Jump”.
'Paddington 2' (2017)
In “Paddington 2” Hugh Grant grabs the spotlight in the role of the villainous Phoenix Buchanan — a narcissistic, has-been actor who stars in dog food commercials and steals an antique book to finance his own one-man show.
'Four Weddings And A Funeral' (1994)
In his breakthrough role, Hugh Grant solidifies his status as a rom-com icon as Englishman, Charles, who falls in love with a beautiful American woman, Carrie, (Andie MacDowell) after crossing paths over the course of five social events.
'Sense And Sensibility' (1995)
Starring opposite Emma Thompson, Kate Winslet, and Alan Rickman, Hugh Grant shines in this Jane Austen film adaptation, bringing his signature charm, floppy hair and dashing good looks to the classic period film.
'Two Weeks Notice' (2002)
Romantic comedy mainstays Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock joined forces for 2002’s “Two Weeks Notice”, the story of environmental lawyer Lucy Kelson (Bullock) who works for the arrogant George Wade (Grant). Yet again, Grant manages to bring irresistible charm to an otherwise unlikable character.
'Bridget Jones' Diary' (2001)
Grant stepped into the smarmy shoes of Daniel Cleaver for the classic 2001 romantic comedy “Bridget Jones’ Diary”. As Bridget’s boss, Cleaver strikes up a flirty relationship with her despite her best efforts to avoid womanizers.
“Maurice” sees Hugh Grant star as the wealthy Clive Durham, a Cambridge University student who embarks on a love affair with fellow student Maurice Hall (James Wilby). After an emotional, yet chaste, love affair, the two part ways and pursue other relationships.