Probably one of the funniest man of the world Rowan Sebastian Atkinson was born in Country Durham, England, January 6, 1955. He had educated at Newcastle University; had continued for the degree in Electrical Engineering at the Queen's College, Oxford. He first performed sketches in Oxford University Dramatic Society. He had met the writer Richard Curtis in Oxford. Then, He wrote “Blackadder” with Richard Curtis in 1983. He starred in “Blackadder” from 1983 to 1989. The “Blackadder” became one of the most famous shows in England during the 1980s. He had been performing also as Mr. Bean on New Year’s Day in 1990 for 30 minutes only. Besides the success in Mr. Bean, he was doing as the voice of Zazu in the Walt Disney movie “The Lion King”. Then, two Mr. Bean movies were released: the first in 1997 and the second in 2007. The first Mr. Bean is entitled “Bean- the Ultimate Disaster Movie”: the second is “Mr. Bean”. He had starred in the film “Johnny English” in 2003, playing the title role. Rowan Atkinson first met Sunetra Sastry on the set of the “Blackadder” series, when she was working as a make-up artist with the BBC. Rowan Atkinson and Sunetra Sastry were married in 1990, New York City. They had two children: Ben, fourteen years old, and Lily, twelve years old.
Rowan Atkinson was interviewed that Reader’s Digest had with him on April 2007 issue. Reader’s Digest asked him about his greatest challenge of playing someone who never speaks? Rowan Atkinson says that there are no words and the only way to convey what’s happening is through physical expression, it’s particularly hard to get it right. And it’s much, much slower process when you’re working visually without the benefit of dialogue. Then, Reader’s Digest asked him again if he would like to spend on holiday with Mr. Bean? Rowan Atkinson says that he certainly wouldn’t like it; because Mr. Bean was very odd, unpredictable and selfish man: but somehow despite all those negative... [continues]
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