We have beastly qualities within us. If we're put into certain circumstances, and the walls around us come in tighter and tighter, we all could maybe do dangerous things.
It's ridiculous that Claire Foy got paid less than Matt Smith on 'The Crown.' That makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.
We all have dark shadows in our self that come out every now and then.
I remember hearing that when Judi Dench was starting out at the Old Vic, she used to stand by the side of the stage watching the actors around her, and I can see why: That is where you really learn!
I think Wilkie Collins was a man ahead of his time, asking really important questions but also telling a really good and thrilling story.
Inherently in us as Irish people, wherever you are in the world, when you hear an Irish accent, it's like a moth to a flame. There's a real personable pride and camaraderie about being Irish.
We all have the ability to be dangerous and do things which are morally wrong.
Sure, nobody ever recognises me. I'm always scurrying around London under a hat and looking like a homeless person.
We've all, you know, done things that we think at the time were bad, but actually, in hindsight, you look back and go, 'I'm really grateful that happened because I'm a stronger person.'
Tom Hardy is such a good egg. He's a total teddy bear. He loves his dogs and his kids. He's a true artist. But he's a lovely, naughty, funny man.