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The nuclear family doesn't work. It's very destructive; it grew out of selfishness.

The nuclear family doesn't work. It's very destructive; it grew out of selfishness.

Any woman knows that it takes two people to be a good parent. ---->>>

I think you must be running away from something pretty enormous if you don't want to see a person more than once or twice. I think relationships don't get interesting for quite a while. When the initial heady rush fades, that's when it gets really exciting. ---->>>

My first heartbreak was extreme. I went to Australia for 10 months when I was at school and told the girl I was madly in love with not to come out to see me - and of course, when I came back, she met me at the airport to tell me she'd met someone else. ---->>>

I don't have any labels for myself, really. Sometimes, when I am out with my wife, I am just Mr. Thompson. Or at my daughter's school, I'm Gaia's dad. I don't think of myself as Greg Wise, actor. ---->>>

I am a better listener than talker - but that's partly because I believe rows are often caused by saying things you haven't thought through properly. ---->>>

I'm a trained architect. Both my parents were architects. ---->>>

I'm best when I'm feral, when I don't wash or shave or change my trousers for a couple of weeks. ---->>>

It's good to explore your darkness. ---->>>

As a teenager, I used to travel everywhere with my guitar. I appreciated the fact it was with me, but it was always an absolute pain to carry around - even though, in those days, you could take in on a plane as hand luggage. ---->>>

I don't see the point in marriage: if you make a commitment, you make a commitment. Fidelity is important to me; it's about honouring that commitment. ---->>>

In Scotland, I have a huge barn full of woodworking tools. I love working with my hands. I basically just make myself bleed a lot. I'm very accident-prone. ---->>>

I don't think women have ever thrown themselves at me, although I'm quite naive about these things, or was when I was available. ---->>>

Acting is not my primary drive in life, although I'd be a very unhealthy person without it. ---->>>

As an actor, you have to understand how you are seen and then play with that. Otherwise, my looks are not important. ---->>>

I am starting to hate airports and the whole business of getting onto the plane. It all takes so long I want to scream. ---->>>

I owe it to those around me to keep sane. We all do. ---->>>

I'm terribly bad at lying in real life. I flush, look away, do the scratching of the nose, or whatever. ---->>>

I'm very interested in poo. We don't have a very good relationship with poo, and we should have. ---->>>

I've spent quite a bit of time in East Africa. ---->>>

Life is about now - some things are just too important to miss.

Life is about now - some things are just too important to miss.

Parties are not my thing; I keep it low-key. ---->>>

The last thing I want to do is get togged up, go out and be polite. ---->>>

Very few of us playing a murderer will actually have killed someone. ---->>>

I used to work as a tour guide for Americans. I'm convinced that even after four weeks on the road they had no idea where they had been. They were in a bubble. ---->>>

I've built a tree house; because of my architectural training, it's heavily over-designed, with an oriel window sticking out of it and flying foxes coming off it. ---->>>


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Name: Greg Wise
Nationality: English
Born: 05-15, 1966
Birthplace: Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England
Occupation: Actor

Matthew Gregory "Greg" Wise (born 15 May 1966) is an English actor and producer. He has appeared in many British television works, as well as several feature films (notably the role of John Willoughby in Sense and Sensibility).(wikipedia)