His credits at London's Regent's Park Open Air Theatre include: "Demetrius" in "A Midsummer Night's Dream", the "King of Navarre" in "Love's Labour's Lost" (2001), "Benvolio" in "Romeo and Juliet" and "Orlando" in "As You Like It" (2002), all by William Shakespeare
, as well as a revival of the musical, "Oh! What A Lovely War!" ...
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[on Alan Turing
's royal pardon] The only person that should be pardoning anybody is him. Hopefully, the film will bring to the fore what an extraordinary human being he was and how appalling (his treatment by the government was). It's a really shameful, disgraceful part of our history.
Has central heterochromia as well as sectoral heterochromia, the "groovy" but harmless genetic mutation that his friend James McAvoy
describes in X: First Class
(2011). Central heterochromia is where each eye has multiple colors - in his case, each has a different but nearly identical combination of blue, green, and gold. Sectoral heterochromia is where one eye has a spot (or sector) of different...