He has the face of a boxer and a thief and, oh, yes, a lover, with faint horizontal lines slashing across his cheeks like war paint and a slightly crooked nose, and then—back to that lover thing—blue eyes like, like, like...clichés. The word limpid, which I have never used in my life, springs to mind. He should always be eating a leg of meat or at least smoking, but he quit when he became James Bond, though he still says, "Sod it" (he is awash in charming Britishisms) and takes a drag from time to time when he's drinking. As Liev Schreiber, who appears alongside Craig in next month's Defiance, says of his costar's take on that alpha-metrosexual superspy: "Everyone was, like, `He's the woman's Bond,' but I thought he was butch. His Bond might have gotten more emotionally involved with a woman, but he still seemed like a granite man to me."Offscreen, in a hotel room in London, Craig is manly but gentlemanly, too, and the tiniest bit nervous.So try to imagine this head—blond and bristly and beautifully battered—on a two-year-old, if you will. He extends genial-ity and sincerity to a reporter because it's part of the deal, but it's as if there were a vibrating electric fence around him: Not too close, please.She took a year off to pursue her acting career, garnering stage experience in David Hare's Skylight, Arthur Miller's All My Sons, and several plays by Shakespeare; she achieved an Upper Second class degree in 2001.
After finding their parents murdered by collaborationist police, Zus (Liev Schreiber) and Alex Bielski (Jamie Bell) flee with their child brother to the woods.
Daniel Craig is James Bond—that singular, all-encompassing identity—and then again, he is much more.
Craig is still wearing his secret agent body, having just wrapped Quantum of Solace, the follow-up to his debut Bond, Casino Royale (2006), the one the world bitched about (before picture) and then swooned over (after). Casino Royale returned to the very first one and rebirthed Bond as a little tormented, a newly minted agent with a hint of conscience who falls so hard for a fellow spy that he's prepared to walk away from Her Majesty's Secret Service.
Although their marriage lasted only six years, they remained close until Bobby's untimely death at 37 ‘I love to write, it is my favorite form of personal expression,’ 17-year-old Alexa tells Mail Online in an exclusive interview. I compete quite often and I’ve also modeled in fashion shows. Bobby Darin and Sandra Dee were America’s sweethearts during the late 1950’s and early 60’s.
‘However, the idea of acting and modeling is very exciting to me. And although the couple was only married for six years, they remained close after their 1967 divorce, until Bobby’s tragic death following heart surgery in 1973 at age 37.