Jane Eyre -- After I win the 100 Mil Lottery

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25 Feb 2012 17:31 #1109394453 by LynnGwyneth
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And....You win the super-bonus prize! :) :D :) Isn't that cool!

Ok, here's another one I just figured out after watching Netflix and being really stumped for about 2 episodes...what actress played Nat's "wife" in two separate TV shows/movies?

Hint: in the first one she is sweet but cheats on him, in the second one she is a witch and drives him to have an affair! (Well, not a real witch but a nasty person!) :) :D :)

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25 Feb 2012 17:40 #1109394454 by inspector
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I think it's Sophie Ward.

1. A Village Affair
2. Land Girls.

Right?
:) :laugh: :)

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25 Feb 2012 17:56 #1109394456 by LynnGwyneth
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You WIN! :D SUPER DUPER BONUS POINTS FOR YOU!!!!! :) :D :)

It took me two episodes of Land Girls to figure out it was Sophie -- I didn't recognize her under the "Cruella DeVille" makeup and with dark hair.

Isn't she just awful to Nat in Land Girls? I had no sympathy for her character AT ALL!!!!

At least in "A Village Affair" I had a little sympathy.

Claudia, which is your favorite? :)

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25 Feb 2012 20:12 #1109394457 by inspector
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I love winning a bonus ;) :woohoo: :silly:
Regarding Sophie Ward I also prefer her character in "A Village Affair"
Or do you mean which movie with Nat is my favorite?
This is difficult, because he played so much different characters.
Naturally I like "IL". "Othello"(Cassio) and "The Bible: David" are great, but I also like "Far From the Madding Crowd" and so on...
Do you know, that Nat's brother Oliver is the director of "Othello"?

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26 Feb 2012 00:52 #1109394458 by LynnGwyneth
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Yes, we are in agreement vis a vis Sophie Ward -- I liked her character better in "A Village Affair".

Nat's brother directed him in Othello? I did not know that! :) Now I have another movie to add to my Netflix queue. :) :D :)

So far I have "Hamlet" and "The Haunted Mansion" in the list. Hmm, do I remember correctly? I think Jessika has an interview clip of Nat from a Shakespearian production directed by (?) who said Nat's face was "too fat" and Nat said that he would "go on a diet".

Quelle rat of a director! Our Nat is Not Too Fat! Says the Cat in the Hat! :) :D :)

I will have to search the interview clips to find that one. Nat has a really cute "unshaven" look in it. Maybe it is Othello or possibly Hamlet? I don't remember.

Has Nat's brother directed him in other movies? I wonder how that dynamic works out for the two of them? Is Oliver an older or younger brother? Wow, such a talented family! :) :D :)

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26 Feb 2012 09:42 #1109394459 by inspector
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Here you can read something about Oliver Parker
As far as I remember Nat played in "Fade to Black", "St. Trinian's" (a small part) and in "I Really Hate my Job" (hard to find him!!)
By the way I just watched "Johnny English Reborn" and laughed a lot :laugh: , even though there was no Nat :( ;) .
:) :laugh: :)

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