Viewpoint: Albert Finney was an actor’s actor, who didn’t need to see himself as a star

//Viewpoint: Albert Finney was an actor’s actor, who didn’t need to see himself as a star

Viewpoint: Albert Finney was an actor’s actor, who didn’t need to see himself as a star

They’re almost all gone now. Those wondrous boisterous boozing hell-raisers who were part of the early ‘60s British Invasion, Actors Division. Peter O’Toole (Lawrence of Arabia, Henry II), Richard Burton (Dick to Elizabeth Taylor’s Liz, George to her Martha, Anthony to her Cleopatra), Richard Harris (Dumbledore, King Arthur). And now Albert Finney, the once and forever Tom Jones.  Of all his contemporaries, Hollywood held the least interest for him. He was nominated five times for an…

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