Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Nicholas Hoult & Eddie - Teenage Cancer Trust & Birdsong

They are both Ambassadors for the TCT and attended some events organised by the charity together.

Teenage Cancer Trust 2009 - An Evening Of Comedy - March 29, 2009 ( x )
TCT Special guest Anthony Whitehead (3R) poses actor Nicholas Hoult (R), Kaya Scodelario (3L), Jack O’Connell (4L) and Eddie Redmayne (L) during the sixth and final night of a series of concerts and events in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust organised by charity Patron Roger Daltrey at The Royal Albert Hall on March 29, 2009 in London, England.Anthony is an ex cancer patient and volunteers with the TCT. 

Nicholas Hoult and Eddie Redmayne at Teenage Cancer Trust Comedy Night - April 2, 2012 ( x )
Nicholas Hoult and Eddie Redmayne brought some serious sex factor to the Teenage Cancer Trust Comedy Night. The pair were posing backstage at the Royal Albert Hall to support the charity campaign.

Nicholas Hoult of About a Boy, Skins, and film A Single Man - Nick has been involved with Teenage Cancer Trust
since 2009. He became an Ambassador for the charity in 2010. 

photo by Kalpesh Lathringra ( x )
Eddie Redmayne takes flight from Birdsong (full article)
“I wouldn’t have wanted to be in the film because I think when you’ve done it, you can’t come back,” the amiable 31-year-old actor told me at the first night of The Great Gatsby ballet at Sadler’s Wells. “Honestly, doing it once is enough.”
Redmayne, who has been on a roll with his film career after My Week with Marilyn and Les Misérables, added that he was happy to hear that Wyatt planned to cast fellow British actor Nicholas Hoult in the role of Wraysford. “I couldn’t think of a better actor for the role,” he said, generously. “I won’t be giving Nick any advice because he won’t need it.”

Eddie Redmayne quote ( x ):
Making 'Birdsong,' on the one hand you have how prestigious it is and the reputation of the book, which is something that's an extraordinary piece of work. Sebastian Faulkes is a genius. So you feel that responsibility when you're portraying that character that he's imagined and millions of readers have pictured.


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