Was it intimidating working with alan rickman
'He was always a great big softy', the actress, who aged 19 starred alongside the actor in Sense and Sensibility said his stature and manner first appeared intimidating, but she soon realised he was far from scary But he also left £25,000 each to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Sponsored Arts for Education, the Facial Surgery Research Foundation known as Saving Faces and the International Performers Aid Trust.
However, when he spoke with Metro UK this week, Daniel revealed he cherishes the moment in adulthood when he overcame his childhood fear of the star.“My favourite night I ever spent with Alan was a night after Equus in London [a play Radcliffe was starring in.]“I went out with Alan and Rima, Richard Griffith and Heather, which is now a very bizarre thing because both men have passed away,” Daniel mused.“I’d always been quite intimidated by Alan, who I loved and who was always very generous with me, but I was still kind of scared of him.“Suddenly I was out to dinner with him and I was watching him be funny, self-depreciating and vulnerable. It was a beautiful old antique bracelet, a little bit broken and just absolutely beautiful and it was so classically Alan.”Mirren seems to cherish her recollections of Rickman offstage as well, remembering, “He was also very twinkly and kind and gossipy and generous. He was extremely generous on stage.”Here is a glimpse of the two together onstage in said production, which will make you want to build a time machine: ended he gave me a gift: it wasn’t anything new.When the movie “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves” opened in 1991, critics laid waste to the Hollywood adventure epic, lambasting the movie’s interminable running time, faux medieval dialogue and star Kevin Costner’s meandering accent.But amid the pans, reviewers singled out British actor Alan Rickman for his comic take on the villainous Sheriff of Nottingham.Working with him at such a formative age was incredibly important and I will carry the lessons he taught me for the rest of my life and career.
Last week the world lost one of its finest actors, Alan Rickman—but to those who knew him, he was much more. Rowling, he was the safekeeper of in a sweet interview about her former co-star.
There's an interesting piece of Professor Snape in Alan Rickman.
Both hold fast to their loyalties, to say the least.
And certain things obviously became even funnier when delivered in his unmistakable double-bass.
As an actor he was one of the first of the adults on Potter to treat me like a peer rather than a child.
One of the roles that Alan Rickman is most famous for, of course, is Severus Snape in the Harry Potter series.