Fiennes is that rare breed of actor, that can really call himself
an actor. Formal training, then on to the Shakespearean stage.
Ralph is a skilled Shakespearean actor ya know. He was hailed
on the Great White Way (Broadway) for his portrayal of Hamlet
he won a Tony! Not a man named Tony, but the award like an Oscar,
but for Thespians of the stage.
made some faux pas along they way, think Avengers, we
always have Wuthering Heights or Schindler's list,
or even English Patient as a strong reminder.( One
you simply must find is, the Fiennes family effort, Onegin.
it's simply beautiful...Even Liv Tyler couldn't ruin it.) Talent
oozes from his strong jawed, piercing eyed, carved body, with
those long, inviting arms and...oops. Sorry, I was daydreaming
again (she said, wiping the sweat from her brow and making
the "Whew" sound). I got two words: Man Steak.
This British beuaty, Ralph, pronounces his name "Ray-ff",
not cause he's a snob like everyone thinks, it's just the way
Brits pronounce Ralph. It seems weird...can you imagine
Ray-ff Kramden? Norton would be going: Hey, Raff-ee boy!
the object of my affection is British, he is allowed to firmly
correct the interviewers for correct pronounciation of his beautiful,
albeit confusing name, without being labeled a toad.