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BROWN: When is the last time you forgot your lines in a play? Then I just went on stage for a minute and a half and then completely forgot my lines. I don’t know fucking why, but I did, and that was a million times more frightening than walking on stage in your boxer shorts playing a character.
“They were ruthless,” comments Irons of the time period. I want to do theater periodically— reminded me how great it is. I trained in theater and then I kind of fell into film and TV.
“You had to be to stay in control—your own brother is trying to kick you off the throne. His brother and his best friend and his advisor tried to kill him and then he had them back to court, invited them back. Allegiances are so important to maintain, because without them you’d be nothing. I want to work with interesting artists, talented actors, talented directors, and talented scripts. If you look at the careers of Philip Seymour Hoffmann, Paul Giamatti, Meryl Streep, none of them shot up in terms of fame or fortune or recognition, they laid a platform of good, solid work and became better and better. I’ve done a couple of films, which were intended to go straight up.
The 29-year-old actor is the most unsuspecting Cold War nerd. They are very good conversation starters, SVU episodes. I started watching it from the very first episode a few months back, and it's like looking at old awkward family photos. Gotta love Mariska, but also, you gotta love Ice-T, though, with his one-liners. Is that what you're singing in the shower these days? There was one day in particular, when Sam Claflin had a monologue that peaked on the quote, "I fucking hate poor people." A scene like that takes a whole day to film, so you're hearing this dialogue again and again. Initially I was terrified, but it turned out to be a great thing.
Irons, the son of acting royals Sinéad Cusack and Jeremy Irons, is assuming his own throne as a leading man among the recent wave of young breakout Brits to take Hollywood's center stage. We usually watch an episode—and we have already watched most of them—and then sit around talking about these things. What was the general response you have gotten to the film? Because it's talking about the class system so much, I get a lot of people coming up and saying "It's really good that you made that film; it's addressing the Bullingdon Club and the origins of people who run our country: David Cameron, Boris Johnson, George Osborne." But then I also get people coming up to me, especially in places like West London, saying, "How dare you attack the hand that feeds you; you're attacking the best of Britain." We wanted this film to spark debate and get people thinking about who are the people actually representing us. There are documented examples in the press of pretty terrible behavior. It's a thing that my parents have been very great to offer me—the privilege to travel and see different ways of life. It was usually being somewhere with a girl, maybe drinking—that sort of thing. What was the role that made you want to become an actor?