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“You could pick two worse people to be compared to that’s for sure.” Nevertheless, Dancy has avoided being typecast as a fop, instead opting for roles in indie films such as Shooting Dogs, the British director Michael Caton-Jones’s 2005 film about the 1994 Rwandan genocide, and last year’s disquieting Martha Marcy May Marlene, in which he starred as a priggish Englishman alongside cult victim Elizabeth Olsen.
His latest film, Hysteria, a comedy romance set in Victorian London and co-starring Maggie Gyllenhaal, is peculiarly British, edgy and eccentric all at once.
As a public person you’re serving a certain function, and you’re a canvas for people to project their own hopes and fears onto, so you do have to perform a kind of mental trick and distance yourself from it. It’s nice not to be ridiculed—nobody wants that—but it’s also unavoidable.
Did he ever experience the “posh bashing” that the Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch fulminated about recently?
“I never felt that,” says Dancy, 37, tucking vigorously into a tuna burger and chips.
But after I met Adam, I realized I was the pilot all along... The first feature film from writer/director Max Mayer is terrific! a small, little personal story that packs a wallop.
Many will remember Hugh Dancy from King Arthur and Jane Austen Book Club. Here he stretches his acting chops as Adam, who lives with Asperger's Syndrome.