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Eddie Marsan: 'There's no great mystery to acting'

2 October 2010 4:04 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The East End actor on his new TV show, his love for Sinatra and why he has doubts about David Cameron

Your new role in Sky 1's detective drama Thorne sees you playing a detective who seems embittered but also slightly infatuated by his professional partner, Di Thorne (David Morrissey). Do you have any close "bromances" in real life?

Yeah, I do. I don't have many – I'm not a great social animal. I have my family and I have my work and then I have three very close male friends and that's it. But we speak every day and it's very fulfilling. I was brought up in a house full of three older sisters, yet I do have intense, close friendships with male friends.

Were your sisters nice to you when you were growing up?

Both nice and nasty. When you're the youngest and the only boy, you get spoilt »

- Elizabeth Day

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Eddie Marsan: 'There's no great mystery to acting'

2 October 2010 4:04 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The East End actor on his new TV show, his love for Sinatra and why he has doubts about David Cameron

Your new role in Sky 1's detective drama Thorne sees you playing a detective who seems embittered but also slightly infatuated by his professional partner, Di Thorne (David Morrissey). Do you have any close "bromances" in real life?

Yeah, I do. I don't have many – I'm not a great social animal. I have my family and I have my work and then I have three very close male friends and that's it. But we speak every day and it's very fulfilling. I was brought up in a house full of three older sisters, yet I do have intense, close friendships with male friends.

Were your sisters nice to you when you were growing up?

Both nice and nasty. When you're the youngest and the only boy, you get spoilt »

- Elizabeth Day

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