Max Irons: 'DuJour' Magazine Feature August 2013
Here’s what the 27-year-old English actor had to share:
On why he might quit acting: “I was recently up for a large part in a franchise, a very well-established franchise, and I said, ‘I can’t do it.’ No matter how you spin it to me, it was a version of the two parts I played before [in Red Riding Hood and The Host]. I’m very grateful these films got my foot in the door, but if I do it again, I’ll want to quit acting.”
On his parent’s successes as actors: “I became an actor at 17, and whether or not I like to acknowledge it on a conscious level, my parents are very successful actors—there is no way around it. Which is difficult for a son because you want to impress your family and I’ve realized I never truly will. I’ll never amaze them.”
On his character in The White Queen: “He was cheeky and charming and dangerous, but he could get away with it.”
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