Are natalie dormer and jonathan rhys meyers dating

I might pop across to Hollywood and have a look around. ’ I’d done things before, but any actor, regardless of where they are in their career, is scared they’ll never work again. I did Casanova and my first scene involved me having to break a bird cage and two birds would fly out of it. We started out with 25 birds but due to camera issues, cage issues and acting issues we got down to 2 – the other 23 had flown away. I say I’m an atheist but I wouldn’t mind being visited by a ghost, I’d be open to the experience.

It was nominated for four Emmy awards, and gave its channel, Showtime, its highest viewing figures for a debut series in three years. Virile, energetic and impetuous, he thirsts for someone younger and more attractive than his wife, Catherine of Aragon (Maria Doyle Kennedy); he lusts for war with the French; he is plagued by a snarling would-be usurper, the Duke of Buckingham (Steven Waddington). (The last time we saw Henry on the small screen, in ITV’s Henry VIII in 2003, he was played by the burly Ray Winstone.) Rhys Meyers is well-known for his pretty-boy roles, such as in Bend It Like Beckham and 2000’s BBC2 series Gormenghast.

The reality is that viewers don't want to see an obese, red-haired guy on a TV series. I'd rather be happily married than be a king, any day.

I mean, I wouldn't like to see somebody who looked like Henry when he was older having sex.

Actress Natalie Dormer, 24, played Anne Boleyn in the recent BBC bodice-ripping drama, The Tudors, where she faced several sex scenes with co-star Jonathan Rhys Meyers. You know how the story ends, but it was a joy to play her.

This marked Natalie’s first big break in her acting career, although she previously appeared in Casanova and Rebus. She’s infamous in history and yet there’s not a great deal of documentation about the woman herself.

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