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It’s about more than just cutting yourself with a razor.” Ultimately, Dancy, who graduated from the University of Oxford with a degree in English literature, aligned himself most closely with the late-Victorian era writer Oscar Wilde.“I think Wilde did something remarkable,” he says, “at least by the standards of his society: He painted his vision of life, not only by being gay, but also through his shockingly new ideas about how we should look at art.Actress Claire Danes and actor Hugh Dancy are reported to have married recently in France.According to Life & Style the couple, who became engaged in February, are reported to have tied the knot in a small ceremony attended by friends and family. The son of a philosophy professor and a mother who worked in academic publishing, Dancy, who married Claire Danes last year, studied English literature at Oxford before turning to acting.Tonight, Dancy returns to the New York stage in the American premiere of Alexi Kaye Campbell's at MCC Theater, starring opposite Ben Whishaw and Andrea Riseborough. The eloquence of the writing was just gripping—and I thought the structure was incredibly intelligent.
“It lends the illusion that I have an honest career.” Only an hour earlier, primary colors were splattered across the 34-year-old actor’s body and face, a nod to the troubled abstract expressionist painter Jackson Pollock, at ’s rebel-themed photo shoot.According to Mamie Gummer, the two of you bonded over Scrabble. As I remember it, Patrick Wilson () was a killer player. Did you know Ben before you worked together on this play?It's Fashion Week in New York—any favorites you're following? I guess over the years I've made some friends in fashion and I love Christopher Bailey. So who's going to win the Oscar for best director—Kathryn Bigelow or James Cameron? It has nothing to do with my opinion of the movie—you have to have the brain of a supercomputer to figure out the voting system. No, we met last year, but he was a big factor in my wanting to do the play. Spacious would not be the word you'd use to describe the Lucille Lortel Theater, where we're performing.The consequences have not gone unnoticed by Dancy, who admits, “This project was rife with opportunities for me to fuck it up enormously and, by doing so, prove my own limitations.To botch the whole thing would have been calamitous.” Recognizable, in large part, for his work in agreeable, urbane fluff such as , but I’m not automatically more proud of it because I play a character with a ‘condition.’” He looks up from his second beer, his sharp eyes like two daggers dipped in syrup.
“I’m English, and I have a very well developed sense of denial,” he says, polite but guarded.