Now, in my theater training, I showed no aptitude at all. Funny enough, four nights ago I had dinner with three other colleagues who were at theater school with me, and Tim Piggott-Smith — who was in The Jewel and the Crown, I don’t know whether you saw that — he had always thought I would give up very quickly, like in a year or two years after leaving drama school. He said, “You had no talent.” And I didn’t. I wore clothes well, I decorated the stage well, but I wasn’t an actor in the way that Tim was, or many of the other students.