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Eddie Redmayne Says He Still Rides the Subway Despite Fame

Eddie Redmayne Says He Still Rides the Subway Despite Fame

Eddie Redmayne poses in the recording booth while voicing a character for the new movie Thomas & Friends’ Sodor’s Legend of the Lost Treasure.

The 33-year-old Oscar-winning actor voices the new engine Ryan and coincidentally, he just talked about trains in a new interview!

Eddie just opened up to The Times about how he still rides the subway despite being famous and getting recognized by fans. “I get stopped occasionally, but I still go on the tube,” he said.

Also voicing characters in the movie are Jamie Campbell Bower and John Hurt. It is available on Blu-ray and DVD and airs on PBS on October 12.

Joanne Froggatt is also lending her voice to a new animated film – Bob the Builder, airing on PBS on November 7.

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  • Shivani Yadav

    One more reason to like this guy!!

  • Shivani Yadav

    One more reason to like this guy!!

  • niagirl

    Love him.

  • niagirl

    Love him.

  • sheridine

    the London underground system is so good, so I don’t blame him really!

  • MimiB

    I was riding the tube around London a couple years ago and saw a very famous actor… no one bothered him at all. It was funny, actually. He noticed me looking at him as if I recognized him, so I looked away, but a bit later, when I was leaving the tube car, and I glanced at him, he smiled at me, just a little one, as if to say thanks for not making a fuss. Out of respect for his desire to just go about a normal life when not performing or making appearances, I won’t mention his name.

  • MimiB

    I was riding the tube around London a couple years ago and saw a very famous actor… no one bothered him at all. It was funny, actually. He noticed me looking at him as if I recognized him, so I looked away, but a bit later, when I was leaving the tube car, and I glanced at him, he smiled at me, just a little one, as if to say thanks for not making a fuss. Out of respect for his desire to just go about a normal life when not performing or making appearances, I won’t mention his name.

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