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Arevik
His the best actor for he. He is a beautiful man & good actor. I think that he works hard. I think it is a good site.

Sunday, 14 March 2004
Alexandra
What a man! In addition to his tantalisingly intense charisma as Inspector Lynley, he is deliciously slinky. Love the luscious new hair do. Your comments on this site?
Splendid, but would like some more pictures. Does anyone know how tall he is?

Friday, 12 March 2004
LINDA OLIVOTTI
LOVE IT, I FIRST SAW HIM IN INPECTOR LYNLEY SERIES, AND SINCE HAVE PURCHASED SERVERAL MOVIES, SUCH AS VANITY FAIR IT WAS GREAT! I HOPE THIS SITE STAYS AVAILIBLE FOR US.

Tuesday, 03 February 2004
Kristina Mellor
I just saw "The Haunted Mansion" tonight for the first time and absolutely enjoyed Nathaniel Parker's role in the movie. I think he is a fabulous actor, charismatic, wonderful in any role he plays and one of my favourites. A stunningly handsome man! Your comments on this site?
Very well done. I enjoyed looking through it and what it had to offer.

Wednesday, 03 December 2003
Author-Writer-Poet V
He was magnifecent in The Haunted Mansion. He was truely captivating in his role. My favorite part about the movie was how he could convey his questions, and thoughts just by the look in his eyes. He played his role with a passion that Shakespeare would have been proud of. He made the movie come alive in a way that I have never seen. If more actors would but grasp true heart felt emotion into there roles, then I would be more enthusastic about going to the theatre. He is the kind of man that mirrors those in my poetry. When you're watching him on screen, you lose all time, and matter, and become one with the movie. Love the site, it's great.

Monday, 01 December 2003
 

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