A lot of parents tell their children that if they want to be an actor, that's fine, but they should do something else first, so they've got something to fall back on. It doesn't work like that, as far as I'm concerned.
Ultimately, you have to not worry about people thinking you should have played him differently. You're the one playing the part so it has to be yours.
From there I did a one year theatre acting course in Fife, and then three years of drama school in London.
I find that the acting's getting easier - with experience, everything is more instinctual.
I love acting and don't find it to be very hard. I recognize when I've nailed it, and I can be very proud of myself.
I don't want to make decisions about what I'm going to do before I'm doing it because I base my acting off my partner and off the other people in the scene.
I believe that unless it's a scene where I'm alone, then of course I could do what I want but I think good acting is about what happens between people, not on your face and my face.
At school there was no acting to be had other than school plays which I did now and again.
I've never worked with an acting coach, no.
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