I play a lot of hard men and gangsters, and I'm not like that at all.
Being a father is a surprise for me every day.
I'm the third or fourth generation of actor in my family; I'm sure if they were butchers, I'd be a butcher, too.
I bought a pair of Carpe Diem boots, which were completely unnecessary and hideously expensive, but they make me feel quite fine and dandy.
I think homes are a palpable form of investment, and I understand them.
I try to use my debit card rather than a credit card, but I will use a credit card for big purchases because I bank with Coutts and I get points.
I'd really like to go down the Amazon in some capacity. I've spent time in the Congo, so I love the jungle.
When I drop my son off at school, I love walking around the outskirts of Hampstead Heath.
I didn't do very well when I was at school, so my dad gave me the opportunity to travel in Africa. I drove from London to Nairobi. It was incredible.
Work place romances always seem to get very confused and peculiar, in my experience.
Acting's the best job there is. Pretending to be someone you're not is good fun. It's also a non-ageist profession, and you get to work all over the world with people you admire.
In Cape Town, there's a drive from Cape Point to Camps Bay where the road is hewn out of the cliffs. It's just stunning, particularly if you do it as the sun is going down.
I am a fantastic cook. It's my great passion.
I'm sure there have been missed opportunities, with films I've turned down that went on to be successful, but everyone in the industry has had that happen.
My father was brought up in a theatrical background, just as I was, and his father instilled in him the need to do everything properly and take responsibility for money.
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