3rd Fact

FACT 3: Clive Owen met his wife Sarah-Jane Fenton at the Young Vic, when they performed the leads in Romeo and Juliet back in 1988.  It was one of Clive Owen’s first works after he graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

“The story is actually a little schmaltzy,” laughs Owen. “Basically, Sarah-Jane and I did Romeo and Juliet together not long after I’d left drama school. It was love at first sight for me, although I remember that I had to put in quite a lot of groundwork. I was instantly attracted to her, but had to work a little bit!”
(Clive Owen in an interview with The Daily Telegraph)

Did you miss FACT #1? FACT #2?

2 thoughts on “3rd Fact

  1. The is the production that toured East and West Germany and was the central performance of both the East and West German Shakespeare festivals, only months before the wall came down.

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