Guardian Q&A: Bob Hoskins

Guardian writes:
Bob Hoskins, 68, was born in Bury St Edmunds and raised in London. Having left school at 15, he worked as a porter, lorry driver and window cleaner. In 1968, he accompanied a friend to a play audition and ended up with the lead. Ten years later, he starred in his first TV drama, Dennis Potter's Pennies From Heaven, and in 1980 he made his major film debut with The Long Good Friday. He went on to star in The Cotton Club in 1984 and Mona Lisa in 1986, a performance that earned him an Oscar nomination. He is in Neverland, a Peter Pan prequel, on Sky Movies Premiere HD on 8 and 15 July.

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Madusha4078d ago

Not his fault it turned out to be horrible. He was just doing his job ;)

EMGN4078d ago

lol 3 stars on IMBD =O Didn't know it was that bad. Intresting interview though.

What song would you like played at your funeral?
Play what you like, I won't be there.

What is the most important lesson life has taught you?
It's your life, live it your way.

GodsHand4075d ago

Who would play you in the film of your life?
Danny DeVito.

What's the worst thing anyone's said to you?
Aren't you Danny DeVito?

Now that is funny.

CobraKai4076d ago

I loved Super Mario the movie. Especially the car chase, which I call the Mario Kart sequence.