Began his stage career in a revival of George Bernard Shaw
's "Pygmalion", and starred in many other plays throughout London, including "Live Like Pigs" at the Royal Court.
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On his role in A.I. Artificial Intelligence
(2001): Steven Spielberg
's approach to "Gigolo Joe" was the perfect middle ground, compared to Kubrick's far darker original vision. The character was originally much more aggressive, sinister, and far from Spielberg's revised conception as an innocent who's abused. He's a hooker who ultimately comes round to learning to love in a different way.
He claims his father was the youngest headmaster in London at one point.
Often plays a representative of the ideal man (Gattaca, The Talented Mr. Ripley, A.I.: Artificial Intelligence)