5 minutes with George Caple
What are the 3 things you love most in life?
Family, friends and biscuits.
What did you want to be when you were growing up?
A footballer, or failing that, an actor.
What is your earliest memory?
My lil bro being born.
What makes you happy?
Coffee in bed on a Sunday morning and home made Welsh cakes.
What makes you angry?
What is your guiltiest pleasure?
I love dancing terribly. I mean I can't dance well so I don't have a choice. But I do get a sick pleasure out of dancing like a weirdo.
Which play changed your life?
The Match Box with Leanne Best in the Playhouse Studio. To this day she sets the bar for me in terms of acting.
What’s exciting you about joining The Company?
Too too many things. The people, the plays, the project, being at the Everyman is honestly a dream come true.
What are you looking forward to doing when you’re (back) in Liverpool next year?
Getting a coffee from Bold Street Coffee every morning.
What was your first experience of the Everyman?
The old Everyman, must have been the Christmas pantos! The new one, Twelfth Night.
If you could invite anyone (dead or alive) for a drink in the bar who would it be and why?
God this is really boring, but honest, probably my two best mates. I love em to pieces.
What’s the most valuable lesson you’ve learned as an actor or the best advice received?
Most valuable lesson... Always be yourself. There's absolutely no point being anything other than you. And you are brilliant and always good enough.
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