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27 Sep 2005 05:31 #1109378593 by Gitti
Replied by Gitti on topic A few questions
Hello Nat,

just a few questions about your private life.

17. What kind of music do you like?

18. What are your hobbies?

19. At last a question about your work. What's your next project in filming (apart from Lynley) ?

Many thanks for spending your time

Gitti

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09 Oct 2005 22:27 #1109378641 by saffron222
Replied by saffron222 on topic Into Thin Air questions
Hi Nat,

I've been a big fan since Into Thin Air.

20) Regarding that movie, what was it like filming in such a difficult location,

21) what kind of training (climbing, etc.) did you receive, and

22) how hard was it for you to do a scene as heartbreaking as when Rob Hall says goodbye to his wife?

Thanks for your time,

Vicki

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14 Oct 2005 07:34 #1109378673 by dnurkka
Replied by dnurkka on topic Remake
23) If you could do a remake of any movie done in say, the last 10-12 years which one would you jump at the chance to do?

24) And would you direct or star in said film?

thank you in advance,

Diana

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15 Oct 2005 04:44 #1109378684 by honey
Replied by honey on topic Question for Nat
25 ) My question is in regards to the IL filming...Is there a way that someone can watch some of the actual filming of the series..on location??

HONEY

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26 Oct 2005 16:45 #1109378713 by Lynley1962
Replied by Lynley1962 on topic New Question
Hello Nat,

26) I did read in an interview that you have dislexia. I have some family members who have it too. I was just wondering how you can read your scripts as I know that my nephew has a very hard time reading a book. What tricks do you use to remember your lines?

27) And another question is if you ever want to play the "bad guy" in a film or series. I have seen you do that a few times and I was just wondering why they always cast you as a nice or aristocratic character. Thanks for answering my questions.

Debby

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11 Nov 2005 15:21 #1109378775 by tosca
Replied by tosca on topic Acting out the script.
Hi Nathaniel,

28) In series such as Inspector Lynley do you have to follow the script 'to the word' or is there any room for manoeuvre or improvisation in the script and its interpretation?
Thank you,
Flis.

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