The Most Embarrassingly Poncy Roles Of Your Favorite British Actors
But during this, the British actor invasion, as countless limey bastards steal All-American roles (e.g. the ever so macho, spandex-clad Superman, Batman and Spider-man), it's comforting to remember the poorly tied cravats and laughable wigs of their past. So here's a brief list of their past accomplishments. May they keep you warm this winter.
Damian Lewis--"The Forsyte Saga"
Andrew Lincoln--"Wuthering Heights"
Charlie Hunnam and Jamie Bell--Nicholas Nickelby
Rupert Friend--Pride and Prejudice
Tom Hiddleston--"Return To Cranford"
Dominic West (and background Hiddleston)--"Nicholas Nickelby"
Chris O'Dowd--"The Crimson Petal And The White"
Tom Hardy--"Wuthering Heights"
Daniel Craig--"Moll Flanders"
Benedict Cumberbatch--"To The Ends of The Earth"/The Other Boleyn Girl