I like the outdoors.
I like to be on set and see what the camera guys are up to. I like to see all the jobs that come together to make the thing you are also making.
I'm not a 'guitarist.' I'm trying to be a bassist.
I've always been able to be firm, to talk my way out of sticky situations. Bullies at school. Attempted muggings.
I've always been very conscious of who I am.
Music's another big love of mine.
My girlfriend has read all the 'Game of Thrones' books - twice.
On 'Love Actually', I met Hugh Grant, who is a relative: our great-grandmothers were sisters. He'd call me cousin and ruffle my hair.
To be a good director, you have to have good life experience. I'm getting there.
I like living at home: I've been making films since I was 12, when I played Sam in 'Love Actually', and if you spend as much time away on set as I have done, you get your independence young, so it's nice to come back home.
I play bass. I play a bit of guitar. I've never been to a lesson, so my theory of music is non-existent in any instrument, but we always had guitars around.
I struggle with reading a bit. I'm slightly dyslexic, so reading takes me quite a while, and in general, I'm not a big book reader at all. And something like 'Game of Thrones' seems very daunting to me!
I think I'd be quite good at Builder, like designer, construction... I've always liked making things. I'm quite good with my hands. So I think I'd be quite good at designing new inventions.
I'm not a fan of musicals at all, but I do think 'The Nightmare Before Christmas' is a very good. I always thought 'Walk the Line' was very good, too.
I've always kind of known what I like and what I don't. And never felt any pressure to wear certain things or watch certain things... It's hard to explain, but I've just always felt it.
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