Neeson recently completed production on multiple projects including "Non Stop," directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, scheduled for release February 2014. This
thriller centers around an air marshal who must spring into action on a domestic flight. Neeson also wrapped production on "Third Person," directed by Paul
Haggis, Universal Pictures' "A Walk Among the Tombstones," directed by Scott Frank, and the Seth MacFarlane directed film, "A Million Ways to Die," - all of
which are set to release next year. In addition, Neeson will appear in "The Lego Movie," directed by Phil Lord and set to release later this year.
Liam has also lent his voice to Millennium Entertainment's animated film Khumba, directed by Anthony Silverston – set to be released in 2014.
Neeson will make a cameo appearance in Paramount Pictures' Anchorman: The Legend Continues, set to release this December.
2012 proved to be a busy year for Neeson as he appeared in five films: In January, Neeson starred in director Joe Carnahan's "The Grey," which we saw
Neeson fight for survival against the elements and rabid wolves in the Alaskan wilderness.
In March, he starred alongside Sam Worthington and Ralph Fiennes in Warner Bros' "Wrath of the Titans," the sequel to the popular "Clash of the Titans."
In May, Neeson appeared in Peter Berg's action sci-fi, "Battleship", about a fleet of ships that are forced to battle with an armada of unknown origins in
order to discover and thwart the invaders' destructive goals.
In July, he appeared in "The Dark Night Rises" for director Christopher Nolan, and in October he starred in "Taken 2," the sequel to the worldwide
box-office sensation "Taken."
In February 2011 Neeson starred opposite Diane Kruger and January Jones in the psychological thriller about stolen identity titled "Unknown."
In 2010, Neeson co-starred in the Warner Bros' remake of the 1981 film "Clash of the Titans," which tells the myth of Perseus and his quest to battle both
Medusa and the Kraken monster in order to save the princess Andromeda. Additionally in 2010, Neeson appeared in "After Life" opposite Christina Ricci. The
film involves a young woman caught between life and death and a funeral director who appears to have the gift of transitioning the dead. Additionally he
could be seen in the remake of the popular TV series "The A-Team" alongside Bradley Cooper and Jessica Biel, as an ex-con in Paul Haggis' "The Next Three
Days," and as the voice of Aslan the Lion in "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader."
2009 saw the debut of the BBC film "Five Minutes of Heaven" which received rave reviews at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.
In 2008 Neeson starred in "Taken," the runaway box-office hit about an ex-soldier trying to track down the Albanian slave masters who have kidnapped his
daughter. Additionally that year, Neeson once again teamed up with Laura Linney in Richard Eyre's "The Other Man". In May of 2008 Neeson appeared in
Disney's box office success "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" where he reprised his role as the voice of the Lion, Aslan, in the sequel to the
2005 hit "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe." That same year he also returned to the stage at the Lincoln Center Festival in
Gate/Beckett: Eh Joe directed by Atom Egoyan.
In 2006 Neeson graced the screen in the classic revenge drama "Seraphim Falls" opposite Pierce Brosnan. In 2005, he appeared in Ridley Scott's crusades
epic "Kingdom of Heaven." He also co-starred that year in "Batman Begins," directed by Christopher Nolan.
Neeson's portrayal of Alfred Kinsey in Bill Condon's "Kinsey," co-starring Laura Linney, garnered him a Best Actor award from the Los Angeles Film Critics
Association. Prior to that, Neeson co-starred with Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, and Keira Knightly in the Working Title film "Love Actually" (2003), written
and directed by Richard Curtis.
Neeson returned to Broadway in 2002, co-starring with his friend Laura Linney in Arthur Miller's classic "The Crucible." Mr. Neeson's performance
as John Proctor earned both he and Miss Linney a Tony® Award nomination.
In 2001, he starred opposite Harrison Ford in the true story of Russia's nuclear submarine tragedy entitled "K-19: The Windowmaker," and starred opposite
Sandra Bullock in the black comedy "Gun Shy" (2000).
Neeson starred in the box-office phenomenon "Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace" (1999) in the role of Qui-Gon Jinn, the Master Jedi Knight who
bestows his Force-ful wisdom upon Obi-Wan Kenobi and the young Anakin Skywalker. In the same year, he starred opposite Catherine Zeta-Jones in Jan De
Bont's "The Haunting" (1999).
In addition, he starred in the screen adaptation of Victor Hugo's "Les Miserables" in the role of Jean Valjean, co-starring Geoffrey Rush, Uma Thurman and
Claire Danes. Also that year, Neeson played Oscar Wilde in David Hare's new play, "The Judas Kiss" which opened in London's West End and subsequently on
Neeson starred in the title role in Neil Jordan's "Michael Collins" (1996) for which he received Best Actor honors at the Venice Film Festival, a Golden
Globe® Best Actor nomination, and London's prestigious Evening Standard Award for Best Actor. The film also received the highest honor in Venice -- The
Golden Lion Award.
It was in 1993 when Neeson received worldwide attention for his starring role in the Academy Award® winning film "Schindler's List." In addition to winning
an Academy Award® nomination for Best Actor, he was nominated for a Golden Globe® and BAFTA Award.
The Irish-born actor had originally sought a career as a teacher after attending Queens University, Belfast and majoring in physics, computer science and
math . Neeson set teaching aside and in 1976 joined the prestigious Lyric Players Theatre in Belfast ("The best training any actor could have."), making
his professional acting debut in Joseph Plunkett's "The Risen People." After two years with the Lyric Players, he joined the famed National Theatre of
Ireland, the Abbey Theatre in Dublin. Neeson appeared in the Abbey Theatre Festival's production of Brian Friel's "Translations," and a production of Sean
O'Casey's "The Plough and the Stars" for the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, England where he received a Best Actor Award.
In 1980, John Boorman spotted him playing Lennie in John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men" and cast him in the epic saga of the Arthurian legend, "Excalibur."
Following this motion picture debut, Neeson has appeared in more than 40 films demonstrating a wide range of characters,. Including Dino DeLaurentiis' epic
remake of "The Bounty" (1984), directed by Roger Donaldson and co-starring Mel Gibson and Anthony Hopkins; the critically-acclaimed "Lamb" (1986) for which
he received an Evening Standard Drama Award nomination for his haunting portrayal of a priest tormented by doubts about his faith; Andrei Konchalovsky's
"Duet for One" (1986), co-starring Julie Andrews; as a political terrorist in "A Prayer for the Dying" (1987) with Mickey Rourke and Bob Hoskins; and a
Jesuit priest in Roland Joffe's "The Mission" (1986), co-starring Robert DeNiro and Jeremy Irons.
Neeson received critical acclaim starring opposite Cher as a deaf and mute Vietnam veteran in Peter Yates' courtroom drama "Suspect" (1987); as the
passionate Irish sculptor opposite Diane Keaton in "The Good Mother" (1988), and as scientist Peyton Westlake whose disfiguring accident forces him into
hiding in Sam Raimi's fantasy-thriller "Darkman" (1990).
Neeson next starred in David Leland's gritty contemporary drama "Crossing the Line" based on William McIlvanney's acclaimed novel, The Big Man about
an unemployed Scottish miner desperate for money that is thrust into the high-stakes world of bare-knuckle boxing.
In 1992, he starred as both a Nazi engineer in David Seltzer's adaptation of Susan Isaac's best-selling novel "Shining Through" opposite Michael Douglas;
and as a disgraced policeman accused of murder in the erotic thriller "Under Suspicion."
Neeson then continued to star in a succession of film, most notably playing the sensitive art historian vying for the affections of Mia Farrow and Judy
Davis in Woody Allen's controversial "Husbands and Wives" (1992).
His other credits include "Ethan Frome" (1993) with Joan Allen, Michael Apted's "Nell" (1994), starring opposite Jodie Foster and Natasha Richardson;
"Before and After" (1996) with Meryl Streep; and the title role in Michael Canton-Jones' "Rob Roy" (1995), co-starring Jessica Lange.
Neeson made his Broadway debut in 1993 receiving a Tony® Award nomination in the Roundabout Theater's revival of Eugene O'Neill's 1921 drama "Anna
Christie," co-starring Natasha Richardson.