October, 2004: Appearing in the title role in William Shakespeare
's "Richard the Third" at the Public Theatre in New York City.
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(2005) was amazing. I didn't have any scenes with humans. There's a couple little bits, here or there, but mainly just me and my horse and a couple of dogs in the Isle of Man. [Director] Charles Sturridge, I grew close to. He's an incredible person. We ended up doing a production of Endgame two years after the film as part of a Samuel Beckett 100th birthday celebration. We still ...
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