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Having garnered quite the reputation as a ladies’ man, the ruggedly handsome actor has shed his lothario image and is now very much settled down with his wife, landscape gardener Catherine Fitzgerald and their three children, Dora, 10, Senan, 8, and Francis, 7.The family lives in a three-storey 19th century house in Shepherds Bush, which the couple converted from flats back into a singular family home and filled with art and ornaments, books and trinkets from their travels and bright textiles, creating an air of sophisticated bohemia.Critics and viewers alike were blown away by the gritty and multi-faceted drama which highlighted the many ramifications of the illegal drug trade in America, and were wowed by West and Elba, who played arrogant detective Mc Nulty and drug kingpin Stringer Bell respectively, finding their accents and swagger to be so convincing that people found it hard to believe that the pair were from the UK and not born and bred in Baltimore.The enormous success of the show not only made the actor an overnight A-lister but also a household heartthrob, and West, who was dating aristocrat Polly Astor (the mother of his eldest child, Martha, now 18), is the first to admit that he got caught up in hyperbole of fame and wanted to play the field a bit longer.“I hadn’t seen Idris for a long time and the idea of us being in a scene together was great because we actually didn’t share too many scenes together in The Wire.We were more antagonists, always plotting, so that was nice – and I was very keen to see him again.” It was actually Dory’s voice star, Ellen De Generes, who helped the sequel come about, having campaigned tirelessly since the original.The response is overblown and sends Christian, as well as the museum, into an existential crisis.
Yeah, I’ve been dining off this for a long time, bragging about it to all the other parents for two years. The film is set one year after the 2003 original and finds our finned friends – Nemo, his father Marlin and of course, Dory (voiced by Ellen De Generes) – living peacefully in the reef.
She has said that this is a film that the world needs right now; that Dory’s positivity is something we can harness to guide us through these difficult times.
West, having confessed to feeling a ‘sadness’ and ‘change in the air in London’ since the Brexit vote, wholeheartedly agrees: “I woke up the other day and thought, ‘Oh great, I’m going to see Finding Dory for the first time with my kids and I couldn’t be more excited.’ It’s the perfect kind of film to get you out of whatever blues you’re going through.” Many people think of West as the stereotypical Old Etonian, but the 46-year-old was actually born in Sheffield and is one of seven siblings in a close-knit Catholic family.
He does however credit the experience with helping him become the great actor he is today, saying: “I learned to bury the emotional effects of that and then I went to drama school and had to dig it all up again.” But academic credentials don’t always lead to instant success and West’s career has been hard won.
After graduating from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 1995 there were seven years of bit-parts in films (he played a palace Guard in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace) and small TV roles before landing the job that changed his life in The Wire.
It was a professional last hurrah for one of the silver screen’s most glamorous, frequently photographed couples, who had worked together several times previously, most notably in the Oscar-winning 1966 adaptation of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.