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In autumn 2016, Ifans portrayed hard-nosed American CIA case officer Hector De Jean in the new, 10-episode U. pay-cable Epix network espionage thriller drama series Berlin Station, which was filmed on location in Berlin, Germany.
Following his role as Jeremy Lewis in the Swansea-based movie Twin Town (1997), Ifans gained international exposure in his role as the slovenly housemate Spike in the British film Notting Hill (1999).
In 2002, Ifans caused some controversy, reported in the British media, for his alleged support of Welsh nationalist group Meibion Glyndŵr, a militant group which burnt more than 100 empty second homes in Wales in the 1980s.
This was mainly because of comments he made in an interview conducted by Mariella Frostrup for the newspaper The Observer.
Ifans appeared in many Welsh-language television programmes before embarking on his film career, including the comedy show Pobol y Chyff, as well as performing at the Royal National Theatre, London and the Royal Exchange, Manchester.
In 1990, he presented Stwnsh (Welsh for "Mash"), an anarchic children's quiz programme.
He narrated the children's animated series Sali Mali for S4C in 2000.He is also known as a member of the rock groups Super Furry Animals and The Peth.Ifans appeared as Xenophilius Lovegood in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1, and as Dr. He played Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, in Anonymous and also appeared as Nigel Gruff, a footballer-turned-American football player who has a gambling addiction, in the 2000 film The Replacements. pay-cable Epix network's 10-episode CIA espionage thriller Berlin Station.In 2008, he appeared in "Six Days One June", one of three episodes of the TV series The Last Word Monologues, written by Hugo Blick and broadcast on BBC Two.He played a lonely Welsh farmer trying to free himself from a domineering mother.
In September 2012, Ifans became patron of the Welsh-language Wikipedia (Wicipedia Cymraeg), together with The Most Reverend Barry Morgan, Archbishop of Wales.