Who is rhys ifans dating
Marry an ugly man and he will never tell you your bum looks big or turn his head to gawp at prettier women. Because he is so grateful that you even look in his direction. According to scientists at the University of Tennessee, if you choose a facially challenged male then you are going to have a happy life.The study suggests that most ugly men who married attractive women were happy to bask in the glory of their partner’s beauty and enjoyed the prestige of having a beautiful wife. Women have always been fascinated by The Beauty and The Beast syndrome.Anna Friel knocked herself out shooting 'Marcella'.The 39-year-old actress - who plays a retired Metropolitan Police Detective in the new crime drama - brought filming to a halt for 20 minutes after she smacked her head on her on-screen husband's… The 'Pushing Daisies' actress has been cast in the lead role in ITV's new crime drama written by renowned screenwriter and novelist Hans Rosenfeldt and directed by 'Skins' Charles Martin. Anna Friel will play a detective in a new eight-part ITV drama.Why, oh why, did Julia Roberts fall instead for Hugh Grant in the dreadful movie Notting Hill when she could have had his best friend, Rhys? Rhys Ifans has just been spotted, clad only in a dressing gown, leaving the home of the latest in a string of beautiful conquests in the early hours.The Welsh accent should have been enough, reminiscent of Richard Burton and Tom Jones . These, invariably, tend to be women disenchanted with dating men who might resemble someone from a Calvin Klein ad, but who are so boring and uninquiring about the world (handsome men always fail to develop a personality) that they use their i Pads as a looking glass.Yes, Rhys can look like a vagrant and is a self-confessed hellraiser.
What Hollywood doesn’t understand, but what women do, is that we will more often than not find the physically-challenged guy more appealing than the dream boat.He is the eldest brother of six children, and his other siblings are an actor (Joseph Fiennes), director (Martha Fiennes), composer (Magnus Fiennes), filmmaker (Sophie Fiennes), conservationist (Jacob Fiennes) and archaeologist (Michael Emery).