I don't think I know enough about acting to direct. You need to be a slight megalomaniac, not where you want to take over the world, but where you want to make every single decision and the buck stops with you. It's an awful lot of stress.
If I lived in L.A., I'd be schizophrenic after a week.
I'm not posh, not in the slightest. My parents spent some money on my education, but I wasn't born to the purple.
Golf courses are beautiful, it's good for the soul and it gets out the anger... well, if you don't care about the score then you won't have a heart attack.
I like the fact that Hogan's shoes all have this sporty sole that is great even for an older man with a bad back like me.
I'm always pretty tense about everything when it comes to work.
You spend some time raising a child in London, carrying it around on one side of your body - it puts your back out!
Some actors go, 'Bing!' and suddenly they're being paid huge sums. Me, I seem to get screwed every time.
I've thought about writing, but it hasn't happened yet. It's like schoolwork - you start doing your revisions two nights before you're compelled to turn it in.
My dream is to one day own a country house on the shore in England, have gotten married, wipe some debt off and get a few more good films.
I wouldn't say I'm drawn to dark roles, and it's not like I pick and choose.
I'll tell you what, it doesn't get more beautiful than the west of Ireland. Connemara and County Derry are quite stunning, really.
Making a film is very hard work, and you live or die by the sword just a little bit every time you do it, but I wouldn't chuck it in.
My dad was a geologist and my mum was a nurse who directed amateur theatrics.
When you see a finished film, it's very rare that it exceeds your expectations.
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