Who is rufus sewell dating

The insider revealed: “Rufus is not ready to marry his girlfriend right now.

He is still struggling quite hard to prove his worth and reach the height of success, which is why he does not want to marry her now.” Despite possessing more talent than any other actor in Hollywood, Sewell has had a great difficulty proving himself within the industry, even today.

This is the reason why his fans and media alike have been scratching their heads on whether Sewell might be thinking of getting married and settling down with a family and children. A source close to the handsome actor gave us the much needed information on the star’s thought on getting married to his long term girlfriend.

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I don’t think we’re taking it lightly and I think that’s what’s important.

I do think its offensive to dress up as a Nazi to get a laugh – well, unless you’re Mel Brooks.

Private jets, red carpet treatment, adoring followers.

But Rufus Sewell surely never anticipated amassing a neo-Nazi fan club when he launched his distinguished stage career 25 years ago.

There’s certain people who can do it and certain people who can’t,” says the eloquent actor who quotes everyone from Oscar Wilde to Marlon Brando during the course of our chat.

He can’t help but soak up our Comic-Con surroundings, fan boys indulging their inner fantasies. It happens everywhere; it happened in Brexit.” Ask how he feels about his resurgence in popularity, he pauses: “I’m too neurotic to be purely excited.

The English actor Rufus Sewell, who is best known for portraying villainous characters in movies like ‘A Knight's Tale’, ‘The Illusionist’ and ‘The Legend of Zorro’, has already been divorced twice.

He is currently said to be dating a Japanese-American woman, but the actor hardly talks about his girlfriend and he has never even revealed her name.

“Matthew Warchus is directing and I’ll be working with Tim Key and Paul Ritter, two very wonderful actors.” He finds it perplexing how playing a Nazi has effectively revived his career, refusing to make any comparison between his own thoughtful portrayal and Prince Harry’s Nazi costume gaffe ten years ago.

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