[Suzie Mackenzie (interviewer for The Guardian) on Alan Rickman]"People sometimes describe Rickman as aloof, haughty, a ‘guru’, but instead of some bleak, intimidating oracle, I meet a warm, intelligent man who giggles a lot. He is not easy, he admits it himself (“Good luck with this one …”). And his first words - following my standard “Pleased to meet you” - are an Eeyorish, “Whoever I may be”. But he is candid. He will try to be honest, he says. He can’t help it if there’s a voice in the back of his head checking everything he says.”
Alan Rickman attends The Portrait Gala 2014: Collecting To Inspire at National Portrait Gallery on February 11, 2014 in London, England.
Alan Rickman and Rima Horton attend the UK premiere of ‘The Invisible Woman’ on January 27, 2014
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Alan Rickman - The U.K. premiere of ‘The Invisible Woman’ held at the Odeon Kensington
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Alan Rickman attends the UK premiere for The Invisible Woman at Odeon Kensington, High Street Kensington, London.
Alan Rickman in Something The Lord Made