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He decided he wanted to become an actor after his first role as a girl in a school production of The Blue Bird by Maurice Maeterlinck. In a Guardian interview Hurt states the family lived in a vicarage opposite a cinema but he was not allowed there to see films, as these were "frowned upon".
However, watching theatre was considered "fine" and encouraged particularly by his mother who took him regularly to the repertory theatre in Cleethorpes. His parents disliked his later acting ambitions and encouraged him to become an art teacher instead.
Inhe won a scholarship to RADAwhere he trained for two years. In a much later documentary about the series, I Claudius: A Television EpicHurt revealed that he had originally declined the role when it was first offered to him, but that series director Herbert Wise had invited him to a special pre-production party, hoping Hurt would change his mind, and that he was so impressed by meeting the rest of the cast and crew that he reversed his decision and took the role.
Hurt voiced Hazelthe heroic rabbit leader of his warren in the film adaptation of Watership Down both and later played the major villain, General Woundwortin the animated television series version. Hurt provided the voiceover for AIDS: Hadden in Contact He returned for the adaptation of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Firethough his scenes in that film were cut.
The theatre production premiered at the National Media Museumin Bradford and toured during Hurt said, "I think Paper Zoo thought it would be quite ironic to have the person who played Winston having risen in the party.Storybook Online Network - A Storytelling Community For Children MOST POPULAR TODAY: The Angle Of Magic (5) Year of the Whomping Willow (5) Harry potter and the love of his life (3) I Want an Elephant (2) Secrets of Uluru (1) A .
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