Jun 21, 2010

INTERVIEW; Emily Blunt, Betjeman heroine

"She’s little more svelte in real life than on screen: with wide-set blue eyes, cleft chin and a blithe, gung-ho manner that reminds me of one of those morale-boosting girls John Betjeman used to fall in love with: daughter of doctor from Aldershot, sun-kissed in tennis whites, swiping at the rhodendruns with her racket (“lucky rhododedruns”); and yet alone amongst English actresses, she seems the least dependent on bonnets and corsets, and reels off an American accent with trashy brio." — from my Interview with Emily Blunt in The Sunday Times

1 comment:

  1. Very good piece in the Times,Tom. Enjoyed it. Thank you.