1. Hugh Grant is patron of the Fynvola Foundation, named after his late mother; the foundation supports the Lady Dane Farmhouse, a home in Faversham for adults with learning disabilities.
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4. In 2011, Hugh Grant appeared at the Liberal Democrats' conference on the News International phone-hacking scandal, where he briefly met then-party leader Nick Clegg.
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17. The New Yorker stated "Hugh Grant gives a brilliant performance as Thorpe, whose arrogance, charm, and profoundly evasive nature he captures with subtlety.
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22. Hugh Grant was, according to the Washington Post, fitting as "a cruel, manipulative cad, hiding behind the male god's countenance that he knows all too well".
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28. Hugh Grant appointed his then-girlfriend, Elizabeth Hurley, as the head of development to look for prospective projects.
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33. Hugh Grant spent his childhood summers shooting and hunting with his grandfather in Scotland.
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35. Hugh Grant is known for appearing in period pieces such as The Remains of the Day, Sense and Sensibility (1995) and Florence Foster Jenkins (2016).
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