There's a statistical theory that if you gave a million monkeys typewriters and set them to work, they'd eventually come up with the complete works of Shakespeare. Thanks to the Internet, we now know this isn't true.
It's not any desire on my part to start playing dads, but it's a convention of drama. If you don't get the parts of young people going out to nightclubs, you have to play their fathers.
Most good roles are written for young men. We are fixated on youth. So however much people say there is nothing wrong with being bald, the reality is once the hair is gone, you might not get the parts.
We tend to think about fascism in terms of the Second World War.
I just wanna build momentum again. Keeping yourself in work is one thing, keeping yourself in good work's another. But if it doesn't work out, so be it. As the Taoists say, Learn to accept that which you cannot change.
I've only used my own voice about four times on film.
I was relatively technically adept. I can edit and wire up a light.
My philosophy was, if I just do good work, someone will like it enough to employ me. It never made me famous. And I'm way, way too old now, mate. That boat's sailed.
Not being able to work would make me very unhappy.
I hate auditions - when I'm doing them, I can't wait to get out the bleeding door.
Even before my audition, there were several pages missing from my script because those bits were so unbelievably secret not even I was allowed to see them.