Oh, I feel like, at this point, I probably should have mentioned that he’s British, so all of this was occurring in England, which is why you’ve never heard of Bye Bye Baby.Moving right along, he had roles in more British television series, including one called A Fatal Inversion, which alternately sounds like it is awesome or about math.In 1992, Chaplin appeared in his first major role, starring alongside James Purefoy and Jason Flemyng in "Bye Bye Baby" for Channel Four.James Ivory and Ismail Merchant cast him as a servant in The Remains of the Day, and as the socially inept Con Wainwright in Feast of July (1995).
This is seriously the first I’ve ever heard of that movie.
At any rate, young Chaplin became interested in acting after being in a school play.
He made his television debut in 1990, and got his first notable role in 1992.
Reading The Great Gatsby — an almost perfect little book — or anything by, or about, the actor, director and playwright Harley Granville-Barker.
He’s a fascinating man who came up with the idea of a subsidised national theatre.