Hugh Grant’s career has been full of charming roles and unforgettable moments. The 59-year-old actor had some popular roles, cementing himself as a respected actor in the UK before achieving breakthrough success in 1994’s Four Weddings And A Funeral.
Hugh’s career is now the subject of a documentary. Hugh Grant: A Life On Screen will look back at Hugh’s career from his 90s and 2000s romcom takeover to his recent role as Jeremy Thorpe in A Very English Scandal. The documentary will also feature commentary from Hugh’s costars and colleagues from throughout the years, including Andie MacDowell, Sandra Bullock, and Colin Firth.
In a clip from the documentary, Hugh touched on his iconic role as The Prime Minister in 2003’s Love Actually. When it came to one of the movie’s favorite scenes, which sees Hugh’s character dancing around 10 Downing Street to the Pointer Sisters’ “Jump (For My Love)”. While the scene is a fan-favorite, Hugh reveals that he detested filming it.
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