Jeremy and Max Irons

Devoted to the great thespian and his charming son
Reminiscing about her “first date” with Jeremy:
He took me home and I said, “Now would you like to come up for a cup of coffee?” And he said, “Yes, I would like to come up for a cup of coffee, but I better warn you… if I do, I’ll stay for the rest of my life.” 
-         — Sinead Cusack

Reminiscing about her “first date” with Jeremy:

He took me home and I said, “Now would you like to come up for a cup of coffee?” And he said, “Yes, I would like to come up for a cup of coffee, but I better warn you… if I do, I’ll stay for the rest of my life.

-         — Sinead Cusack

“It was love at first sight, at last sight, at ever and ever sight.”  ― Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita

“It was love at first sight, at last sight, at ever and ever sight.”
Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita


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That woman must have already pounced on Jeremy Irons and smothered him in kisses, because he’s walking right past her in leather pants and she’s not even looking at him.

That woman must have already pounced on Jeremy Irons and smothered him in kisses, because he’s walking right past her in leather pants and she’s not even looking at him.

"She wasn’t." - Max Irons

"She wasn’t." - Max Irons

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       Happy belated 64th birthday Jeremy…a year older…and what a difference a year makes! It’s hard to imagine, but a year ago, I did not even know who Jeremy Irons was. I’d seen The Lion King as a kid, but I never knew who voiced its characters. Then sometime late last year I happened upon an interview with him and instantly fell in love with his velvet voice and still darn good looks in my opinion.
       I have been an avid collector of films for a few years, but my collection would never have been truly complete if I had not become a fan of Jeremy’s. Work of his, such as Reversal of Fortune, Damage, Lolita, The Borgias, And Now Ladies and Gentlemen, M Butterfly, Chinese Box, and Dead Ringers is incredibly intriguing. I love that Jeremy has selected such enigmatic and thought-provoking characters throughout his career…they challenge the viewer to analyze their actions and motives. In addition, I absolutely adore Brideshead Revisited and Roald Dahl’s Danny Champion of the World. One day I hope to have the opportunity to see his film Australia. Has anyone actually had the pleasure to view this rare film? It’s nearly impossible to find, especially a copy with English subtitles.
       To summarize, I am completely smitten with Jeremy Irons…even though he’s more than forty years older than me. The fact that he has gorgeous sons, an intelligent wife I can respect, and lives in a 15th century castle only helps :)

       Happy belated 64th birthday Jeremy…a year older…and what a difference a year makes! It’s hard to imagine, but a year ago, I did not even know who Jeremy Irons was. I’d seen The Lion King as a kid, but I never knew who voiced its characters. Then sometime late last year I happened upon an interview with him and instantly fell in love with his velvet voice and still darn good looks in my opinion.

       I have been an avid collector of films for a few years, but my collection would never have been truly complete if I had not become a fan of Jeremy’s. Work of his, such as Reversal of Fortune, Damage, Lolita, The Borgias, And Now Ladies and Gentlemen, M Butterfly, Chinese Box, and Dead Ringers is incredibly intriguing. I love that Jeremy has selected such enigmatic and thought-provoking characters throughout his career…they challenge the viewer to analyze their actions and motives. In addition, I absolutely adore Brideshead Revisited and Roald Dahl’s Danny Champion of the World. One day I hope to have the opportunity to see his film Australia. Has anyone actually had the pleasure to view this rare film? It’s nearly impossible to find, especially a copy with English subtitles.

       To summarize, I am completely smitten with Jeremy Irons…even though he’s more than forty years older than me. The fact that he has gorgeous sons, an intelligent wife I can respect, and lives in a 15th century castle only helps :)

This interview was amusing for a number of reasons, but I especially loved how it ended, LOL.