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In 1990, he had a small role in the sport/crime drama The Big Man, opposite Liam Neeson, in which Grant assumed a Scottish accent; the film explores the life of a Scottish miner (Neeson) who becomes unemployed during a union strike.
In 1991, he played Julie Andrews' gay son in the ABC made-for-television film Our Sons.
Grant was born at Charing Cross Hospital in Hammersmith, London, the second son of Fynvola Susan Mac Lean (b. Hounslow, London, July 2001) and Captain James Murray Grant (b. His grandfather, Colonel James Murray Grant, DSO was decorated for bravery and leadership at Saint-Valery-en-Caux during World War II.
Within the film industry, Grant was cited as an anti-star who approaches his roles like a character actor, and attempts to make his acting appear spontaneous.
In 19, Grant had minor roles in eight television productions, including TV films, historical miniseries, and single episodes of series. He and co-star James Wilby shared the Volpi Cup for best actor at the Venice Film Festival for their portrayals of lovers Clive Durham and Maurice Hall, respectively.
His first leading film role came in Merchant-Ivory's Edwardian drama film Maurice (1987), adapted from E. During the late 1980s and early 1990s, he balanced small roles on television with film work, which included playing Hugh Cholmondeley, 3rd Baron Delamere in the BAFTA Award-nominated White Mischief (1987), and a supporting role in The Dawning (1988) opposite Anthony Hopkins and Jean Simmons.
In 1979, he won the Galsworthy scholarship to New College, Oxford, where he starred in his first film, Privileged, produced by the Oxford University Film Foundation. Actress Anna Chancellor, who met Grant while she was still at university, has recalled, "I first met Hugh at a party at Oxford. He was a star even then, without having done anything." He received an offer from the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London to pursue a Ph D in the history of art, but decided not to take the offer because he failed to secure a grant.
Viewing acting as nothing more than a creative outlet, At a screening of Privileged at BAFTA in London, he was approached by a talent agent offering to represent him.