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Relaxing in his trailer later, the 29-year-old actor admits that the spirit of King Henry VIII, his role in Showtime's new 10-part series, (Sundays at 10 pm/ET), has inhabited him so thoroughly that his demands — mainly along the lines of "Get us a cup of tea, love," he says — have become more regal, too."There is a certain level of arrogance that has to seep into your system if you are playing the king," Rhys Meyers says with a smile.First things first, I can pay the bills doing the job I love — my 16-year-old self would be very content with that. “I’ve had the responsibility of carrying projects on stage and TV, so it was the next thing I had my eyes on, to prove I could do it on film.” The Forest tells the story of Dormer’s character Sara, who flies to Japan to trace her missing twin.

If so, it would be a sad decline for a star whose early roles promised a great deal but whose inability to curb his darker impulses have tripped him up again and again.In addition to receiving a suspended sentenced in France, he is believed to have attempted suicide by overdosing on pills at his home in London."As you get older you see the stupid things you have done," he said later.With all the supernatural creatures populating the fall TV landscape, it was just a matter of time before Dracula made his entrance.The granddaddy of vampires is back and inhabited by the compact frame and penetrating blue eyes of Irish actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers.

If so, it would be a sad decline for a star whose early roles promised a great deal but whose inability to curb his darker impulses have tripped him up again and again.In addition to receiving a suspended sentenced in France, he is believed to have attempted suicide by overdosing on pills at his home in London."As you get older you see the stupid things you have done," he said later.With all the supernatural creatures populating the fall TV landscape, it was just a matter of time before Dracula made his entrance.The granddaddy of vampires is back and inhabited by the compact frame and penetrating blue eyes of Irish actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers.This “Dracula” sheds enough hemoglobin for a 100 transfusions, though the sepia lighting and persistent fog may soften the graphic nature of the show.