The Reel of the Hanged Man - playing Gerald, at Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh.
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5' 7" (1.7 m)
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[on his role in "Macbeth"] The whole idea is that the dialogue, the poetry, is the most violent, hellish, gory, war-torn of all of his plays - and my personal opinion is you can't come on stage and go [affects plummy accent] "Ah, so foul and fair a day I've never seen!" He's just killed like a thousand people with his bare hands, he can't be a nice guy.
In order to secure a career in Hollywood, McAvoy masked his Glaswegian accent, often convincing directors and producers that he was English. Even M. Night Shyamalan
was fooled when he cast him in Split
(2016); the director thought all along that he was English.