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Apparently, if you live until 75, you'll have spent 25 years in bed, so it makes sense to have a decent mattress.

Apparently, if you live until 75, you'll have spent 25 years in bed, so it makes sense to have a decent mattress.

I don't regret things, because I learn from mistakes. If needs be, I always make amends. ---->>>

I'm pretty caring, loyal and loving to those who are close to me. Two of my friends are from school, so I've known them for more than 30 years. My best friend, Paul Fisher, sat next to me in English when I was ten or 11. If you asked him, he'd say I was loyal. I don't think I've changed over the years. ---->>>

I think I'm good at looking moody. I'm not much good at analysing myself, but I tend to fit the strange and tortured characters. ---->>>

I love watching 'UFC' - Ultimate Fighting Championship - I don't know why, because I'm more of a coward than a fighter, but I seem to be very drawn to these blokes actually smashing each other to bits. ---->>>

Life as an actor has toughened me up, and I've learned that you shouldn't take things too personally. Someone once said that to do this job you need talent, luck and a thick skin - which is so true. ---->>>

I don't like planning, because it robs me of freedom, so I'd like a 24 hours that was full of surprises. ---->>>

I would tell anyone who wanted to be an actor not to bother with drama school. ---->>>

I'd love to work with Sir Anthony Hopkins, but if that doesn't happen, I'd sneak on to a film set and watch him at work. He is a compelling actor. ---->>>

I'm intensely private. I don't like giving interviews. ---->>>

I'm not into that method acting thing. I just turn up, say my lines and go home. ---->>>

I've always envied girls having Ugg boots, so when I found some for men, I had to have them. ---->>>

I've never thought of acting as rocket science - you put on the costume, get your hair cut, and that's it, really. ---->>>

It's a long struggle being an actor; I don't know if I'd ever recommend it to anybody! ---->>>

I can feel middle age approaching, but I reckon the trick is to ignore all the signs. I'm lucky in that I've always looked half the age I am. So the way I see it is that I'm still in my twenties! ---->>>

I went to Northampton College of Further Education. I left there - when I was 16, I left Kingsthorpe Upper - and I went and did a diploma in performing arts, so it was my start in the training process to becoming an actor. ---->>>

My teachers probably tried to get me interested in other things at school, but I was very young when I decided that I wanted to act. By the time I was 12, I was hell-bent on it. ---->>>

Biography

Marc Warren profile (marc-warren.jpg)
Nationality: English
Born: 03-20, 1967
Birthplace: Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
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Occupation: Actor
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Marc Warren (born 20 March 1967) is an English actor, known for his British television roles, typically (but not exclusively) playing brash cockey characters. His roles have included Albert Blithe in Band of Brothers, Danny Blue in Hustle, Dougie Raymond in The Vice, Dominic Foy in State of Play, Rick in Mad Dogs, the Comte de Rochefort in The Musketeers and the Gentleman in Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell (wikipedia)