Sir Roger Moore: The Man with the Golden Heart
Remembering the seminal seventies 007’s charm, style, savoir-faire and passionate humanitarianism of British actor Sir Roger Moore.
Michael Douglas: Wonder Boy
An establishment maverick with a genuinely exceptional talent, Michael Douglas is a rare Hollywood son who transcends his family name.
Tender Scoundrel: Jean-Paul Belmondo
Boxer turned acting heavyweight Jean-Paul Belmondo was no stranger to holding his own in the cinematic ring.
Andrew Buchan: Class Actor
In Andrew Buchan, The Rake finds an actor who is as charming in person as he is dedicated to his craft.
The Importance of Being Rupert
An unpredictable magnet for scandal and far too intelligent for his own good, Rupert Everett’s career has always crackled with the energy of a storm about to break.
Noble In Mind: Richard E. Grant
Dextrous of intellect, sharp of tongue and elegant of dress, the multifaceted actor Richard E. Grant is a master of his craft; a thinking person’s thespian whose wisdom and erudition shine through in everything he does.
The Comeback: Matthew McConaughey
Ed Cripps explores the career of the Texan heartthrob Matthew McConaughey, and while it’s fluctuated between mediocracy and Oscar-stardom, he’s a...
Sewing The Seeds of Time: Sir Patrick Stewart
His journey from school plays to the Royal Shakespeare Company to big-screen superstardom is long since complete. But, says Nick Scott, that doesn’t mean Sir Patrick Stewart’s passion, ambition and curiosity have been sated.