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.
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.
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.
Normally for work I will fly business class.
New York is vibrant, sexy, naughty, always surprising, and has great live music and great fashion.
Working at the National Theatre is just wonderful. There is no place like the South Bank on a summer's afternoon.
Forget fashion, dress for comfort and for ease of getting through security, so no hats, belts or unnecessary accessories.
Fatherhood is a joy. I feel very lucky to have a family. It gives you a perspective on things.
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.
British people are surprised that I'm British!
I loved working with Mandy Patinkin, I have to say.
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