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You know, like a normal 6 or 7 year old kid sees something on TV. It’s just at that time the director sees something that they need. Well, you can’t be everything to everybody.” (Jonathan Rhys-Meyers as King Henry on The Tudors – Courtesy of Showtime – All Rights Reserved) He continued “so if you’re really beneficial for a part or beneficial for a TV series or a film in one way. That’s doesn’t necessarily mean you’re not as talented. Jonathan Was A Troublesome Student Bonnie asked Jonathan if he was a good student. Or not as good.” Bonnie pointed out he has a good perspective (on acting). You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. And now, 10 years later, hes the leading man of the moment. And then you get one that changes that and they define you as that for a period of time. And anyone who did that much hunting, fucking, and cutting peoples heads off really didnt have too much time to sit around on his La-Z-Boy watching Friends. What wasnt cool 10 years ago Clive Owen was back in England making films and no one gave a shit. Theres a lot of men in the closet for many, many years. But still its not as free as it would be here in New York. Ive got lots of really, really ultra-straight friends in Ireland who would still have major problems not the same as they would have 10 or 20 years ago, but they still hold some element of prejudice. But it wasnt until Match Point came out that people said, He can play a straight leading man. Sometimes you will get a role that will define you for a certain period of time as what you are. Henry didnt like having paintings of him in real life. He was quite a lean guy who was quite into hunting. has me thinking about things I'd rather live in ignorance to.