I always get this feeling on my last day of work that I'm never going to work again.
When I think about my children and how different their futures might be as a result of climate change, it makes me determined to do something about it.
Fatherhood is a joy. I feel very lucky to have a family. It gives you a perspective on things.
Working at the National Theatre is just wonderful. There is no place like the South Bank on a summer's afternoon.
My parents are very proud of my success but still worry, as Im in a profession where there is no guarantee of work. They have always supported my decision to go into acting, but there have been tough times work-wise.
Art is all about the experience. I could say I dont really relate to opera, but then you watch Placido Domingo, and you go, Blimey, look at that.
I grew up in Birmingham, but my parents are originally from Barbados. My dad, Romeo, was a long-distance lorry driver, and my mother, Mayleen, worked in catering.
New York is vibrant, sexy, naughty, always surprising, and has great live music and great fashion.
At school, I was the classroom clown - I was always being thrown out for being naughty. Before I left, a teacher called me in and suggested I became an actor.
For all its problems, I found South Africa a beautiful country, interesting and inspiring.
British people are surprised that I'm British!
Normally for work I will fly business class.
I loved working with Mandy Patinkin, I have to say.
Forget fashion, dress for comfort and for ease of getting through security, so no hats, belts or unnecessary accessories.
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