7 Facts About Rupert Everett

1. In 2008, Rupert Everett purchased a home in the West London district of Belgravia.

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2. In 2017 Rupert Everett appeared as a recurring character in the BBC2 comedy Quacks.

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3. In early 2013, Rupert Everett began working on a film portraying the final period of Wilde's life, stating in the media that he has had a fascination with the playwright since he was a child, as his mother read him Wilde's children's story The Happy Prince before he slept.

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4. In 2012 Rupert Everett starred in the television adaptation of Parade's End with Benedict Cumberbatch.

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5. In 2006 Rupert Everett published a memoir, Red Carpets and Other Banana Skins, in which he reveals his six-year affair with British television presenter Paula Yates.

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6. In 1989, Rupert Everett moved to Paris, writing a novel, Hello, Darling, Are You Working?, and coming out as gay, a disclosure which he has said may well have damaged his career.

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7. Around the same time, Rupert Everett recorded and released an album of pop songs entitled Generation of Loneliness.

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