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Redmayne won an Olivier Award and a Tony Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the stage production of Red.
On film, Redmayne has portrayed Marius Pontmercy in the musical Les Miserables, and the physicist Stephen Hawking, in the biographical romantic drama The Theory of Everything.
The 30-year-old's gripes come as fellow Etonian and Cambridge graduate Tom Hiddleston described his difficulty in dealing with his new-found stardom. ' So you name one and they say, 'No, I haven't seen that one', and you're embarrassingly listing your CV but they haven't seen anything.
Redmayne, who plays soldier Stephen Wraysford in BBC1's two-part adaptation of Sebastian Faulks's modern classic, told the Standard: "Genuinely, fame is not something that affects my daily life. "Occasionally someone will stop you and say 'You're in films aren't you? So I'm not quite someone who struggles to make it down the street.
He is the next young Brit tipped to crack Hollywood and is this weekend expected to break the hearts of millions as the star of the BBC's much-anticipated First World War drama Birdsong.
But Eddie Redmayne has confessed he has not got to grips with fame and still has embarrassing encounters with fans who do not quite recognise him.
"No one had any idea of whether it was any good," laughs Poésy, who took her mother's maiden name for the stage.
Her father, Etienne Guichard, is a theatre director, who used to pretend to Clemence and her younger sister, Maëlle, that their TV only played videos of movies.
Kenneth Branagh took me aside on the day that Thor wrapped, and said, '12 months from now everyone's going to know who you are, so get ready'. She came and saw Red and we went out for dinner, and even then we had to pinch ourselves.(x) Marilyn (as Elsie) said in My Week with Marilyn: “You know what’s going to happen?All told, “Birdsong” hums a pretty but not particularly memorable tune.Whatever people saw in Faulks’ novel is hard to grasp based strictly on this adaptation by writer Abi Morgan and director Philip Martin.