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Martin Henderson
Actor, Bride and Prejudice (2004)
Martin Henderson is terrible stiff and uncomfortable.
(Michelle Thomas, Future Movies Review)
Henderson has the kind of looks - and talent - that would earn him a place as a heart-throb in a minor soap, but hes obviously not a leading man. He has all the screen presence of the Invisible Man - with his bandages and shades off.
(Cosmo Landesman, Sunday Times)
I know Darcy is a pig of a part but honestly, stick Henderson next to one of those still just-about fashionable Indian coffee tables, and it would be hard to know which is the more wooden.
(Matthew Bond, Mail on Sunday)
New Zealander Martin Henderson makes a good-looking but bland Darcy, and hes a bit too much of a stiff, starchy, stuffed shirt. Most young women I know would be hard pressed to know whether to marry him or iron him.
(Chris Tookey, Daily Mail)
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