Like that sort of exasperated Paul Rudd character, that's something I've always loved and would absolutely emulate given the opportunity.
I just turned 30 so I'm definitely looking to play men with more experience in life and therefore they're usually more interesting.
In 2009, he starred in the film adaptation of Oscar Wilde's Dorian Gray, directed by Oliver Parker.
That same year, Barnes was nominated for MTV Movie Awards' Best Breakthrough Male for his performance in Prince Caspian, which went to Robert Pattinson from Twilight.
How many people get a movie made about the early years of their life?
Q: With the book as reference, what are the challenges in playing a character that's alive? Actually, my second movie, , was based on a set of diaries written by these Russians who came to scam their way through London in the '90s.
His mother was a relationship therapist and father was a professor of psychiatry. This talented actor was enrolled at two independent schools for boys: Homefield Preparatory School in Sutton, Surrey and King's College School in Wimbledon, South West London along with film actor Khalid Abdalla and comedian Tom Basden as his friends.
Later on he attended Kingston University in Kingston-upon-Thames in South West London, where he studied drama and English literature, and graduated with BA Honors in 2004.But yeah, this is the first time I ever played anyone I got to meet. Q: What have you gleaned from this; have you learned about rock and roll?And the great thing is that is wasn't like doing or anything like that, where everyone knows every sort of intricacy of Neil Mc Cormick's life, because he's not all that famous. He came to set the day of shooting the scene where I point the gun at Bono. He interviewed me for his newspaper, wrote an article about meeting someone who's playing himself. BB: I suppose the message ought to be that you need to learn when enough is enough.Neil is very analytical and self-aware, and I think those things probably don't work so well if you're a rock star.It's no good to be too self-conscious as an actor, because you can see it when they're being watched.There is downtime when you're not working [as an actor so] I've been doing a lot of writing and thinking about directing in the future. You take a little bit of each character that you play with you.