Hugh Grant Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ

From ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ to (you know you’ve seen it) ‘Bridget Jones’s Diary’ to (you knew it was coming) ‘Love Actually,’ the British actor walks us through his storied career.

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Hugh Grant Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ


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31 thoughts on “Hugh Grant Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ

  1. Cloud Atlas instead of Mickey Blue Eyes and 9 Months and Music and Lyrics and The Englishman who went up a hill but came down a mountain and Small Time Crooks and Two Weeks Notice?

  2. Just visiting 2017 briefly, then back to 2030. I always thought Grant would have made a brilliant William F. Buckley if there was any reason for William F. Buckley to be present in a film which seems unlikely but not inconceivable. Grant is otherwise quite likeable.

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