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How many women can you take to a Richard Armitage interview? I have a fast mind and fast metabolism, and I'm an intense worker, but in terms of life development I'm way behind.'Not physically, though. 'I've never been that cute kid that was forgiven for being naughty.' Although he looked like an adult, inside he felt like a little boy. I'm ten years behind, but I'm finally growing into myself now,' he says. 'I feel like I'm clinging onto a ride that's getting a little bit fast and I daren't let go for a second.' He admits ruefully that the live-in girlfriend he mentioned in previous interviews has recently moved out.
Earlier this year, when I paid homage to the actor in my Daily Mail column, so many readers volunteered to come along and 'hold the microphone' that if I ever met Richard I would have had to rent the Royal Albert Hall to squeeze us all in. In the summer he was 14, Richard shot up to six feet two over the school holidays. A casualty, he implies, of such a fast-paced professional life.
As a teenager, he rebelled against all that quiet conformity.
'I used to be angry at my parents for being like that.
So, Mr Love God, how would you describe your own romantic history? What, he asks me helplessly, is he supposed to do when a woman sends him a snap of herself in a bikini with a phone number?
I am acting on behalf of the entire Armitage Army when I squeak, 'Go on, do some dancing for me.Although many of us found it hard to stomach his murder of poor Maid Marion when he played the sensually sadistic Sir Guy of Gisborne in Robin Hood. Richard Armitage reminds you of those calm, classic leading men of the 1940s and 1950s - the men with the depths below the still waters.Speaking personally, it was a blow that Armitage's MI5 agent , Lucas North, went through an entire series of BBC1's Spooks without a single smouldering look, let alone a decent love interest. In truth, would this superb actor rather play Richard The Third at Stratford than have besotted women sending him chocolate underpants through the post? Lately, Richard has issued an apology to the Armitage Army for appearing to ridicule his more obsessive fans.Some of the vanity of his profession makes him wince. It's like you become someone else, like stepping into another universe.' It's an odd complaint coming from an actor, whose job is pretending.For example, he has a horror of walking down the red carpet. But then Armitage has pretty ambivalent feelings about acting.