Nesbitt: It's a role I'd Kyll for.
Byline: By LYNNE KELLEHER
JIMMY Nesbitt has revealed he relished starring in the new version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
He said he was thrilled to have landed the part of the doctor and his evil alter ego A doctrine used by the courts to ignore the corporate status of a group of stockholders, officers, and directors of a corporation in reference to their limited liability so that they may be held personally liable for their actions when they have acted fraudulently or unjustly or when which has also been played by Michael Caine and Spencer Tracey.
And the 42-year-old, from Coleraine, Co Derry, added he watched Natural Born Killers to help him get into the role of killer Mr Hyde.
He said: "It has been very exciting to see it take shape. It's been absolutely shattering but I have had the opportunity any actor would kill for.
"Hyde is very confident and grand-standing, larger than life larg·er than life
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"He is also very single minded. He has no fear or moral conscience, no social or moral responsibility.
"He wants to eat, drink, shag shag
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And he's a child.
"I found I could use pieces of myself that probably haven't been allowed to surface since I was a little boy."