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So what if it’s difficult for people to pronounce. We all learned how to say Schwarzenegger.” During his childhood, his family moved to Cardiff. However, he was only given small parts in the Academy’s productions, and feeling isolated and directionless, almost dropped out several times. However, in 1995 in his final year, he was cast in Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler as George (J├Ârgen) Tesman, the husband of Hedda, the lead character. This performance led to him being offered the lead role in the 1996 TV remake of Poldark. So, I would love to play this character till he perishes.” Since 20 February 2007, Gruffudd has been making plans to obtain rights to the Horatio Hornblower novels in order to produce a film for the big screen. John Feeley in BBC One’s “Warriors” (1999) and architect Philip Bosinney in ITV’s adaptation of The Forsyte Saga (2002).

Ringer Hottie Ioan Gruffudd Gives Good Spoiler! Oooh, Ioan Gruffudd… He was the only officer with heart enough to row back and save Kate Winslet’s lifeboatless icicle of a body in Titanic. And he was incredible with Jessica Alba in Fantastic 4… But most recently we’ve fallen in love with him in Ringer.. that amazing cant-believe-they-keep-surprising-us noir on The CW with Sarah [...] [link]

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Gruffudd’s recent notable film roles include Lancelot in King Arthur (2004), Mister Fantastic (Reed Richards) in Fantastic Four (2005) and the sequel Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007), and British slavery abolitionist William Wilberforce in Amazing Grace (2006). He has been quoted as saying, “I’m determined not to lose my name. It’s who I am.