Forget Firth and Cumberbatch. Sam Mendes’s award-winning First World War blockbuster is all about the young actors on a life-or-death mission between the trenches – and Dean-Charles Chapman is the Essex lad leading from the front.
The White House Farm killings – which saw Bamber convicted of shooting dead his family at the age of 24 – were one of the most notorious British crimes of the Eighties. How does an actor prepare for that kind of role – especially when, 34 years later, the murderer still insists he’s innocent?
Volume 4 Issue 002: Meet the British actor starring with Scarlett Johansson in an Adolf Hitler satire.
Volume 4 Issue 002: Journeying from EastEnders to Hollywood blockbusters with the “fucking crazy” anti-thespian.
Volume 4 Issue 002: The underground star who steals the show in the new Safdie brothers movie.