Rules of life of the actor Cillian Murphy
• The rules of life of the actor Cillian Murphy
In the sport gives me pleasure just jogging. I used welling distance of 10 km and half-marathon, and now I run just to release the head from unnecessary thoughts. That is why I do not listen while jogging on - I prefer to run with the dog.
I am a frustrated musician. Before acting hobbies I played in a band. We were even offered a contract, but it was very bad. Yes, and my brother was only 16 years, so we gave up. My parents then said something like "it can ruin your life."
Perfect vacation in its submission - vacation with his wife and children in the West Cork (county in the south of Ireland, where I came from Cillian Murphy -. Esquire). Choose any point in the west of Ireland - and you will not go wrong. There are beautiful beaches, great pubs and great people.
My favorite city - New York, but I never go there on vacation.
After any role necessary recovery period, just need a break. Playing Tommy Shelby (main gray series "Acute visors" -. Esquire), I'm completely immersed in the character and dissolved in it. It would be foolish to go right after that, and taken for another job.
I hate whiners-actors. Acting - hard work, and it must be difficult.
I can not say that I have a really impressive sight, so the first time the work on the "edge of visors" I was doing in order to make Tommy authoritative character who is capable of much, and commands respect. And the hair was part of the job. Of course, I watched the classic gangster movies. But "Acute visors" so imbued with the spirit of the British, we do not imitate any American things.
"Dunkirk" was a terrific experience. Mark Raylens (British actor -. Esquire) a lovely, lovely man. From him comes the mad energy and strength. Obviously, he is an outstanding actor. I think he is now at the peak of their capabilities.
I do not consider myself a dandy. I like well-made and well-sewn things, and I'm happy to wear them, but I do not express themselves through clothing.
I believe that the thing is not yours until the end, if you have not worn it for a few years and "not printed" on her own silhouette. I wear a jacket, shoes - anything - to full wear and tear. Like things, aged naturally.
The best age - one in which you are now, I believe. Anyone would say so, is not it? I really like his mature years. I did not panic when I was 40 years old. Now at me a lot more sense than in 21.
I can remember a young aspiring actor theater. One evening after the show, I took in the dressing room a suit and just put it on the chair. One of the older actors, with whom I have worked, said: "Hang your clothes. Always hang your suit. " It was not advice, but his words contained in the promise of ever sat down with me. Even if you are the only one in the glow of spotlights, it is necessary to remember that a huge number of people have worked hard to make you got there. These people are important not less than actors, Harz here and there. I am a diligent reader, and read nothing but novels. The last captured me, "Mrs. Osmond" John Banville. This book - actually a sequel to "Portrait of a Lady." It's John Banville, disguised as Henry James. Brilliantly written and very, very interesting.
I've always been obsessed with the concept of the great American novel. Recently, I read a series of novels about Rabbit by John Updike. All work in a row. He's an exceptional writer. You read these books and you realize that this is what is now trying to do on television. You spend time with this guy, Rabbit, from the moment when he was 20, and before his 65th birthday. This is madness.
A film based on "The Island cap"? I think Steve Knight (showrunner of the series -. Esquire) have a few ideas. Here caution is needed, but I confess that I would be interested to do it.