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Jonathan Rees-Myers (sic), from County Cork, apparently, who looks like a young Tom Cruise.
[He] Comes into the casting session with alarming certainty. Rhys Meyers continued working constantly from that point and appeared in such films as The Maker (1997), Telling Lies in America (1997), and The Tribe (1998). Monkey (1998), Titus (1999) and Ride with the Devil (1999), he has received critical acclaim for several performances, most notably as "Brian Slade" in Velvet Goldmine (1998), as "Steerpike" in the British mini-series Gormenghast (2000), and as a sympathetic football coach in Bend It Like Beckham (2002).
I had to make his energy bigger than anybody else's.
And I had to make him the most dangerous man in court.
(On becoming a successful actor) If you want to work, if you want to be successful, you have to struggle, you have to travel.
You have to forgo relationships because they don't work, which I've learnt to my detriment. I auditioned for Tigerland and I was furious when I found out that Colin (Farrell) was doing it.
But then when I saw the movie, there was nobody else that could make it like Colin made it.
He was like this beautiful, beautiful cocktail of Marlon Brando in The Men and Montgomery Clift in Red River. After I saw the movie I said, 'Okay, I see what I need to learn'." (On Alexander (2004)) I did it just basically to work with Oliver Stone, but there wasn't enough work in it for me. I actually made a point of cutting myself out of two major scenes because I didn't want to be backroom dressing. But it's not something that's immediately satisfying.
You get on a set and immediately people are wiping your ass for you, and nobody tells you when you're being an asshole. There will be ups and downs, but it's important to remember you're on your own beautiful journey and once you're on it you have to see it through to its conclusion and try to never be afraid to do anything because what is the worse that can happen?
(On the hardest aspect of playing Elvis Presley) To get that energy. There's no such thing as once you get to a certain stage, everything becomes easy. It's not even about enjoying yourself and being happy.
Everything becomes harder, you want the best roles, the biggest roles. It's about achieving something that's brilliant, creating something that's brilliant, for other people.
I still suffer from insecurity and that situation would make it worse. I'm going to try and not take it too seriously because, if I do, I would really wreck my head. At some point in your career as an actor you're going to have to get on a Stairmaster. If you want to be at the top of your game, you can't be out partying with your friends, or having six pints a night down the pub.
When somebody looks at the body of work that I've done and they put Bend It like Beckham, Match Point, August Rush, The Tudor's and Elvis next to each other they can see very many different layers of what I can do as an actor. Any actor who sits down in front of you and tells you they're not vain its bullshit. If you're playing someone like Elvis Presley, the Elvis Presley that I know from reading and researching, you do it from the heart. It was very, very hard, having to pretend to be Elvis Presley, because I'm an actor doing it, but unless you wake up every morning being Elvis Presley, you really don't know what that feels like.
Soon afterward, he received a call to audition for a national ad campaign for Knorr soup, and though embarrassed by the attention from the ad, he soon found himself considered for a major film.