My mother converted to Catholicism to marry my father.
What you have to understand about period drama is that it’s ‘history light.’
Lady Sylvia McCordle: Mr Weissman — Tell us about the film you’re going to make.Morris Weissman: Oh, sure. It’s called “Charlie Chan In London”. It’s a detective story.Mabel Nesbitt: Set in London?Morris Weissman: Well, not...
I always loved movies and the cinema; we always used to go to see films as a family.
The business of life is learning that you can’t lay down the terms.
Of course I love winning things; I can’t tell you how much I enjoy it.
Success means your thoughts are worthy of everyone’s consideration.
I have fits of melancholia when I watch the news, but we all do, don’t we?
I love ‘Sex and the City;’ I think I’ve seen every episode.
I have derived enormous confidence from being a husband and father.
In the end, drama is successful if you care about the people.
The English country house is certainly an icon of British culture.
Bought marmalade? Oh dear, I call that very feeble.