The Scandalous Adventures of Lord Byron, with Rupert Everett

After the success of his 2008 film on the life of explorer Sir Richard Burton, Rupert Everett is now taking on The Scandalous Adventures of Lord Byron, a two-part series beginning next Monday, 27th July, at 9pm on Channel 4.

In an interview with Emma Brockes of the Guardian, Everett talks openly about his personal life and acting career, as well as the challenges he faced whilst creating this series on the life of Lord Byron.

You can read the Guardian’s full interview with Rupert Everett here.

2 thoughts on “The Scandalous Adventures of Lord Byron, with Rupert Everett”

  1. Rupert obviously thinks he is like Lord Byron and the results are cringe making and embarrassing. His comment about the queen and his juvenile comments during the Ambassador’s party weren’t daring or outrageous, they were just puerile and embarrassingly ridiculous. He plummeted in my estimation and the strip tease seemed nothing short of an opportunity to advertise his sleaziness on national television. Oh dear, what a complete dork.

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