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He received much acclaim after standing in for Daniel Day Lewis as Hamlet, and won the Olivier Award for Most Promising Newcomer for The Voysey Inheritance.

In 1995 he was cast in his first big Hollywood role opposite Sandra Bullock in The Net, the same year making Carrington, in which he played the dastardly Beacus Penrose.

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I met Jeremy Northam 10 minutes after the extremely romantic nature of the conclusion of his latest film, Cypher had made me cry.

Cypher is actually somewhere between a paranoid thriller and a satire on the nature of identity, but it was still Northam's total fanciability which had made the most significant impression on me.

And of course you think, 'well I'd do it for that', but that's not the point.

The studio will only take the risk, even on a such a little low-budget film, if they can get a huge star for a tenth of his normal salary."As an actor," he continues, "you ask yourself what you can do to put yourself in a position where you can play that role.

Since then he's mingled Hollywood with independent movies, appearing in Emma, The Winslow Boy, An Ideal Husband, The Golden Bowl, Enigma, Gosford Park and Possession, garnering almost uniformly glowing notices along the way.

Constant travel for work has resulted in what he describes as a "hectic few years" in his personal life.The Jungian view would be that it affects all of our imaginations and somehow taps into our hidden, ancient, primordial memories."Northam trained at the Bristol Old Vic and then spent a couple of years in rep, which he says he loved."The discipline of the theatre, where everything backstage is clean and organised and stowed away, makes me think of being on board ship. I really enjoyed doing Chekhov one moment and Rattigan the next." Then he began to be cast in plays at the National and with the Royal Shakespeare Company.I'd want to have the child for the child's sake, if that makes sense." However he confesses to getting "very broody", and he adores his nieces and nephews, especially the newest one, born at Christmas.But he tells me, rather surprisingly given his natural reticence, that he is currently in a relationship with a girl he met in Canada last summer; in February they visited La Gomera in the Canary Islands, a tiny volcanic outpost covered in ancient forest and usually shrouded in mist.He is the child of a scholarship boy who taught drama at Clare College, Cambridge and, at 81, is still translating Ibsen.

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