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Max Irons to 'Town & Country': 'I Want To Be Working in 60 Years'

Max Irons to 'Town & Country': 'I Want To Be Working in 60 Years'

Max Irons stares soulfully in this brand new feature for Town & Country magazine’s September 2013 issue.

Here’s what the 27-year-old The White Queen star had to share with the mag:

On The White Queen: “It’s a bit Downton Abbey–meets–Game of Thrones. The Starz cut contains breasts and buttocks. The BBC cut doesn’t.”

On taking risks in his career: “My dad [Jeremy Irons] said once, ‘Max hasn’t really had an opportunity to fail privately.’ My dad worked on small stages, instead of finding himself on the big screen, where if you fail, you’ve failed very, very publicly.”

On wanting longevity:
“You don’t want to earn your millions and then be nowhere in six years. I want to be working in 60 years.”

For more from Max, visit TownandCountryMag.com.

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