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He became a British citizen and studied to become an engineer.Gambon enrolled at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and earned his classical acting degree.
You can’t be in theatre, free on the stage, shouting and screaming and running around, with someone reading your lines.The project, Gambon said, is directed by an unnamed Frenchman “who was talking to me on the phone the other day “I didn’t understand a word he said. I kept saying, ‘Oh yeah, yeah – that’s great, alright, see you then. will be released this month—met me for lunch at Lucques, the award-winning restaurant in West Hollywood, Los Angeles. He was awarded a prestigious scholarship to Cambridge University after performing *Henry V’*s rousing “Once more unto the breach, dear friends” while standing on a chair before the stunned interview committee. Because the minute I came out, I felt immediately better in every way. You know, when I was growing up in 1950s England, there were no gay clubs I knew about. “I have no problem about being in something which is extremely popular.”He’s clearly no cultural snob. “But I don’t find anything odd at all in being known for playing Gandalf. It so happens that his contemporary Sir Michael Gambon (the only other actor in theater who can stand with Mc Kellen on equal terms with Sir Laurence Olivier) also plays a famous wizard, in “I often get mistaken for Dumbledore,” Mc Kellen mentioned amusingly. He did little else at Cambridge but act in student productions and develop an unrequited crush on his fellow undergraduate actor Derek Jacobi. "It breaks my heart." PHOTOS: Harry Potter stars, then and now The actor's long-term memory is intact, he explained, but he has a hard time learning and retaining new information — which makes roles with "lots of words" difficult to play.
"It's a horrible thing to admit, but I can't do it," Gambon, 74, told the paper.
He added: “You know, when you’re there in front of an audience, that you’re not as good as you could be.
“It’s a horrible thing to admit, but I can’t do it. When the script is in front of me and it takes me forever to learn, it’s frightening”. Sir Michael expressed surprise at how long the creator of the world’s most famous boy wizard took to pen his adventures, and appeared to cast doubt the financial hardships Rowling famously faced.
He appears as Private Godfrey in a forthcoming cinematic remake of television’s Dad’s Army.
And he is booked to spend two weeks filming in New York and Canada after agreeing to take on “whatever comes along”.
Something new.”He hasn’t yet appeared in a musical, however.