Wearing baggy clothes makes me look shorter. I just don't know anything about fashion. I know what I like wearing. I'm always accused that I wear too much black. I love wearing black.
I wear quite fitted clothing. I don't like wearing baggy stuff.
When I was 14, I saw 'Waiting for Godot.' It's one of those plays that if it's done badly is absolutely dire and can put you off acting for life. But I was laughing all the way through it.
I actually don't do much to my hair. It gets fussed over a lot on projects because there's a lot of it, and it's boy's hair, but as far as me, I tend to let it do what it wants.
When I'm applying for a new passport or something, someone will call me Christopher. Other than that, no one ever calls me Christopher.
As an actor, you don't have much choice about your appearance. It's a good excuse for looking ridiculous.
'How to Train Your Dragon,' the first one, was a film I'd seen prior to being approached for the sequel. I don't often watch family animated movies, but it's one that I loved and thought was really well done: beautifully crafted storytelling.
Working with animals is always going to be tough because the animal doesn't know it's an actor.
I'm very lucky, I've got two very loving parents, still very much together, and always been very supportive.
You find with the really great actors, the ones you really admire and look up to, very often they're very giving, generous, warm people.
With 'Downton Abbey,' you're always stuck in one stately home.