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An Audience with Michael Sheen

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For a special BAFTA Cymru event, Michael Sheen was interviewed by Boyd Hilton at BAFTA 195 Piccadilly on March 11 2015.

Michael talks about being lucky to have supportive parents, doing Coming Home and refusing to cry, Godfrey Evans developing the youth arts scene in Wales, Michael’s experience of seeing his first play The Crucible, the South Bank Show, Kenneth Tynan, playing Oedipus in his second year of drama school and his breakdown afterwards, playing Tony Blair, working with Stephen Frears and Peter Morgan, the table read for The Deal, playing Kenneth Williams, Frost/Nixon, The Passion of Port Talbot, The Gospel of Us, Hamlet, Philip K. Dick, why so much talent comes from Wales, 30 Rock, the Tredegar NHS speech, compassion, Valleys Rebellion, and Far From The Madding Crowd.

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