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Paul Anderson is a British TV & Movie, Stage actor. Arthur Shelby in Peaky Blinders, Anderson in The Revenant(2015), Sebastian Moran in Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows(2011), Leslie Lewis in '71 (2014), Albert Donoghue in Legend (2015)
Paul Anderson was born on 12th February 1978 in London, United Kingdom.
Paul Anderson: Facts & Trivia
Tattoo: He has a tattoo of blade on his arm
He loves pets and has a puppy named Ray/ Bear.
Early Life: He grew up in a council estate. His mother had worked as a barmaid in a pub.
Ticket Scalping: He spent most part of his early youth as a ticket reseller.
Musician & Artist: He found his interest in acting in 2000s, he tried his hand in music as well.
Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art: Paul got enrolled in the institution thus officially switching careers. He was sitting around eating at the table where one of the friends was an actor, Paul was reciting lines from his favorite movie 'The Warriors', the meeting inspired Paul to apply for drama schools, he got selected both at Guildhall & Webber Douglas.
After the drama school, Paul ventured into London stage, he quickly found himself promoted to TV screen.
Gregory Burke was a friend of Paul's the friendship lead to Paul getting chances early in the career
He has a thick South London accent
Paul Anderson: Quotes
I like playing the bad guys, you know it is fun.
Canada was freezing cold, up in the mountains, if you were cold you just had to sit there and bear it.
When I watch the film I want to ring my phone and share that experience, I want people to get the feel when they see my movies, the urge to see great movies.
When I first heard the title "Peaky Blinder" I thought it was a musical. It is great how people took it.
I don't gonna lie, when I read the script (of peaky blinder) I cried a little.
Haircut is a hard thing to wear
I have few options, it is a nice place to be as an actor
[About Ticket Scalping] I loved it. A wealth of experience. Artistically, there was nothing in it for me, I always wanted to do something else.
I always wanted to be a front man in a band, Not a footballer, not an actor, not a policeman nor a fireman
I left school when I was about 14, so there was a large gap in my education. Going to drama school was like university that I never had.
I knew a lot of 60s gangster. It wasn't hard for me to replicate the vernacular and the vocabulary on screen.
My older brother has a big say in what I do and what is good and what is not. Sometimes he has too much of a say in it
Brutal & Violent characters are the most interesting roles to play, there is so much scope in playing those roles.
It was a pleasure to play Arthur Shelby. Much better than playing the nice guy.
I do play a lot of darker characters, I am drawn to them