What’s more he’s now a bookies favourite with people who operate such business having him at 10/1 to collect the gong.
The show opened last month to lots of applause and positive reviews and our Brit abroad said, ‘I'm absolutely thrilled to be nominated for a Tony Award and to see my name on a list with these four American acting legends is overwhelming.’
He’s up against Philip Seymour Hoffman in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman; James Earl Jones in Gore Vidal's The Best Man; Frank Langella in Man and Boy and John Lithgow in The Columnist.
Which all sound really dull and theatrey, thank God someone is being funny…
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