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The Thai actor's sword-wielding policeman is one of the nastiest characters in recent cinema
Hi Vithaya, your role in Only God Forgives is one of the creepiest and nastiest in recent cinema. What qualified you for the part?
I run a successful ballet school in Bangkok, my wife is a ballet teacher, and I have managed the school for 19 years.
Oh. So how did you get into acting?
This is how I start my acting career. About five years ago, I went to a party and a cameraman saw me and asked me to act in his short film. I said sure, why not? After that the same cameraman got a job on a Hollywood movie shooting in Thailand. That movie was looking for a character of a king, but the director couldn't find anyone she liked. They said: "Hey, why don't you come in and read the dialogue."That's »
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When TLC sent four foreign royals undercover in Atlanta in 2012 to woo women who didn't know about their titles, the resulting reality experiment, "Secret Princes," turned out to be an engaging guilty pleasure (if you believe in such things) that resembled a real-life version of the Julia Stiles early '00s classic teen movie "The Prince and Me."
Because such a fantastic concept should not be wasted, the network ordered another round of episodes, set to debut Friday (Oct. 25), featuring a new batch of noble men in a brand-new city: Austin, Texas. The four men looking for love in Season 2 include Prince Alexander of Russia, 34, a direct descendant of the House of Romanov who works as a photographer, Prince Lorenzo de Medici of Italy, 37, heir to the House of Medici, Lord James Rennell of Rodd, 34, a baron in the U.K. who works at an event planning company, and the Honourable Oliver Plunkett of Dunsany, »
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