We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking George Blagden Quotes. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
I don’t know why there is still any barrier between men and women in terms of achievement and success.
I got makeup tests and hair tests for ‘Versailles,’ and the main thing they were obsessed with was that my hands were disgusting. I had three years of Irish dirt under my nails. I had to have manicures and everything.
I went to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and that was amazing. I absolutely loved my three years at Guildhall.
To walk into the hall of mirrors of Versailles as Louis XIV and deliver a monologue on your own in an empty hall of mirrors is like no other experience.
As anyone who even remotely knows me, I will eat chicken with some chicken, and maybe more chicken. Chicken done any which way, basically.
Essentially, Louis XIV created exclusivity. If we look at how we live our lives today, many of us are members of clubs or gyms. We search out exclusivity. He created the world of fashion at Versailles.
The best characters to play are the ones who have deep internal conflict.
I love ‘Into The Woods.’ I auditioned for a couple of productions since being in it at school but haven’t been successful.
I read pretty much every tweet that’s sent to me and often reply.
Modern audiences are so intelligent. They work at such a fast pace that if you don’t give enough stimulus at a breakneck speed, they will become disinterested.
I hate not working. It’s that lack of purpose. It becomes very easy to lie in until midday.
It’s hard when you are trying to ingratiate yourself in a completely foreign world. It takes a long time.
When you start working on screen, a lot of the time it can feel like you’re just trying to make sure that you’re not bad.
I think there’s something nice about singing for a kind of particular purpose.
I did school plays, and then, at the age of 18, I applied to drama school in London, and I got in. I’ve been very lucky that no one so far has stopped me from being able to live my dream – the industry or my parents.
When I was about ten years old, I was brought to London to watch a production of ‘The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe.’ I think it was at Sadler’s Wells in maybe 2000. I watched it because my school was putting on a production of it, and it was the first school play that I was able to audition for a speaking part.
Sometimes when you’re stood in front of 100 people, delivering a speech with rage and lots of emotion, that can be utterly terrifying. I find that very scary.
Everyone at drama school called me Musical Boy.
The Vikings colonized Britain, and a lot of our modern day towns are named after Viking names that settled these big towns.