When I first moved to London, I felt very homesick and yearned after the countryside a lot. Because London's hard. It's a big place, and it's lonely. It takes a while to get into it. But once I got into the flow of it and started to grow up, I realised that my home is wherever I am.
'Prince of Persia' just didn't turn out to be what I thought it was going to be.
I often find that people want to paint themselves one colour - like, 'I'm the baddie' - and they've always got this snarl on their face.
When you're lucky enough to pay your bills through acting, staying healthy and fit is part of the job.
I'm not a leading man; I don't think I've got the face of a leading man, and I don't think, ever in my life, someone will cast me in the role of a leading man.
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