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None the less, she threw herself into the part with all her usual intensity. However, I do realise that I’m in a profession where you are “out there” a lot. The eyes and camera lenses of Hollywood were trained upon her at the Golden Globes. I had no idea where I was or how long I’d been speaking for.’ Even now she has a job believing the whole episode ever happened.'I know Linda is fairly two-dimensional,’ she says, 'but I always feel I have this tremendous responsibility both to the character and to the fil…’ Suddenly she breaks off and looks appalled. It’s such a terrible cliché.’ Again Hawkins stares at the recorder, twining one leg round the other as she does so. One of the things I love about acting is that I can enter into these other people’s lives. Flown out to Los Angeles specially for the awards ceremony, she was stunned to hear her name read out. He was sitting in the front row looking a little confused, and probably a little bored, too. 'It feels like yesterday on the one hand and 10 years ago on the other.I think I’m lucky in a way because I’m not really Hollywood material.’ There can be few actors or actresses who would make such a remark and actually mean it. Beneath the shyness and the privacy she is clearly clever, wry and unaffected.

None the less, she threw herself into the part with all her usual intensity. However, I do realise that I’m in a profession where you are “out there” a lot. The eyes and camera lenses of Hollywood were trained upon her at the Golden Globes. I had no idea where I was or how long I’d been speaking for.’ Even now she has a job believing the whole episode ever happened.'I know Linda is fairly two-dimensional,’ she says, 'but I always feel I have this tremendous responsibility both to the character and to the fil…’ Suddenly she breaks off and looks appalled. It’s such a terrible cliché.’ Again Hawkins stares at the recorder, twining one leg round the other as she does so. One of the things I love about acting is that I can enter into these other people’s lives. Flown out to Los Angeles specially for the awards ceremony, she was stunned to hear her name read out. He was sitting in the front row looking a little confused, and probably a little bored, too. 'It feels like yesterday on the one hand and 10 years ago on the other.I think I’m lucky in a way because I’m not really Hollywood material.’ There can be few actors or actresses who would make such a remark and actually mean it. Beneath the shyness and the privacy she is clearly clever, wry and unaffected.

'That was the last thing I wanted to do – and I can’t imagine Bruce would ever have wanted to appear opposite me either,’ she adds hurriedly.

'I was also punted round various agents and stuff like that.

Apart from anything else, her memories stretch all the way back to when she was eight months old.

'I can remember being in my cot and getting a stocking for Christmas.

Acting, as the actress Sinéad Cusack once observed, is the shy person’s revenge on life.

While shyness may have dogged Hawkins ever since she was a child – 'Believe me, I used to be a lot worse than this,’ she mutters at one point – it plainly hasn’t held her back professionally.'I’m a bit reluctant to talk about it because that’s such a cliché too, isn’t it? But it’s not as if it cripples me, which I know it does with some people.’ Discovering drama changed everything for her. It also unlocked language for me and made me realise the power of words.’ At RADA she thrived and found herself an agent before she left. And then Mike Leigh asked her to audition for the part of Poppy, the ditsy perennial optimist, in Happy-Go-Lucky.There are so many actors who are dyslexic; drama schools are absolutely stuffed with them.’ These days, she’s learnt to live with it. 'I first started acting in primary school, just doing little plays. I can remember the enormous sense of relief it gave me. She had already appeared, briefly, in two of his films, All or Nothing and Vera Drake.She won a Golden Globe for her performance in Mike Leigh’s Happy-Go-Lucky (2008).And now here she is in It’s a Wonderful Afterlife, the latest comedy from Gurinder Chadha (the director of Bend it Like Beckham and Bride & Prejudice).Sally Hawkins is sitting in a gleaming white penthouse hotel suite in central London furnished almost entirely with gleaming white modernist furniture.It’s the sort of room that calls for a high level of self-possession on the part of its occupants.Hawkins says that she is flattered by the attention, but, characteristically, finds it a bit daunting. 'However, the more well known you get, the more people are going to have expectations of you.Although that’s great, it also imposes certain pressures.’ As a child she often felt as if she had one less layer of skin than everyone else. I stammered and found it hard to look people in the eye.’ She was brought up in south London where her parents both illustrated children’s books.A tiny, birdlike figure with a fringe falling over enormous hazel eyes and her sleeves slipping down over her hands, she keeps gazing anxiously at my voice recorder.Periodically, she lifts a hand up to her mouth as if wishing she could cram her words back inside.

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