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For no acceptable reason (other than partial financier Miramax no doubt demanded it), New Zealand actor Martin Henderson spouts an awful American accent, while Kiran Bingley ( a real movie or a remedial class for those who failed Bollywood 101?
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At the end of a day of international press in a West End hotel he has the dazed look of a man who has been hit hard about the head. He keeps tugging at his baggy linen shirt in a nervous gesture and at one point hugs a cushion to his chest. I get nervous, then it’s fine.' And the thinking deeply? 'No, I think I think less and less deeply as life goes on! Europe has been a place of battles and political intrigue for centuries.
Martin Henderson (born 8 October 1974) is a New Zealand actor, known to American audiences for his starring role in the ABC medical drama Off the Map, for starring in the ABC medical drama Grey's Anatomy as Dr.
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