I have a rubbery face.
I was never a juvenile lead or a romantic hero, and I didn't come into my own as an actor until I was 40.
I was not easy to cast, but also, I have never been typecast.
I was so determined not to pass on to my children what I perceived to be the faults of my upbringing.
My parents would have loved me to go to university - Oxbridge, particularly.
People who are seriously damaged by sudden fame and notoriety have, in my experience, very low esteem at the root of their being.
To walk out on a marriage and leave a child was painful.
Of course, I've known people who have mental difficulties, so I know how fragile people's psyches are and how little it can take to overbalance somebody.
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