Always good to shake it up and do something different.
Filming a story set in a war zone in the '60s was such a treat, as it gave me so much scope to dive into.
I've been incredibly fortunate to have so many people believe in me.
I did it all, singing, the harp, piano. But I was so shy, I'd wake up at six to practice piano because I didn't want anyone to hear me play. But then I'd do a big show in school where everyone would see me, and that was actually alright.
I really value my anonymity and privacy.
'War and Peace' is about relationships: family relationships, loving relationships, relationships at war... it's a really young story as well.
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.
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.
There have been moments in my life when I've become numb to certain aspects of myself that I found frightening. Or I've conformed to certain morals of society and then maybe rebelled or found a way out.
We all have dark shadows in our self that come out every now and then.
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