I do just genuinely believe Chris Hemsworth is a 6'3, more muscular version of me. And more handsome, but I try.
When I was in high school, I was a bad singer. I mean, all my early acting was musical theater, and my first ever show was 'Jesus Christ Superstar.' Everyone's familiar with it. I played priest number 3 and sang so out of tune that it's not even funny.
I always try to be true to who I am and just be myself.
I don't go to royal parties or play polo on horseback. No, I don't hang out with the posh crowd, if that makes sense.
I used to spend a lot of time at football training, but that time was later spent in amateur acting classes and my local youth theatre, in plays at school and after-school clubs. That filled the void.
I have to prove myself in a lot of ways - as an actor, as a person, as someone who can handle pressure.
Get yourself into every audition that you can. Even in those for smaller roles, you'll never know when someone may recommend you for a bigger one.
I come from the bottom of the ladder. I'm from Norwich. Not many people seem to know about it.
One of the first pieces of advice I was ever given, on my first job was, you should always buy something to treat yourself to say well done for getting the job! However I've not followed on that through yet... I've always wanted a tattoo, something to mark my experience.
I keep in touch with what's real.
I'm very English. I'm white. I mean, I'm so pale. With spray tans they start peeling and start getting really dirty looking.
I'm somewhat of a perfectionist, I think, and I strive for perfection.
Johnny Depp gave me the best advice. He said, 'Keep your feet on the ground. Stay grounded. Remember where you came from.'
I'm open to all the elements, I'm definitely ready to take anything on. But I don't want to jump too far into the deep end.
I think it's every actor's dream to play a character that's really odd, and you know no one wants to play himself.
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