Kit Harington Poster

Quotes (15)

  • I wear quite fitted clothing. I don't like wearing baggy stuff.
  • I try not to read the social networks too much. I find that way madness lies.
  • I love going out. I love partying.
  • I just don't know anything about fashion.
  • The best people to have power are the ones who don't want it.
  • Working with animals is always going to be tough because the animal doesn't know it's an actor.
  • There's a huge difference between stage fighting and real sword fighting.
  • There are lots of actors out there who are hugely, hugely talented and haven't got the breaks I've had.
  • Politics is a game and a profession. It doesn't really serve the people the politicians are supposed to serve.
  • I'm very lucky, I've got two very loving parents, still very much together, and always been very supportive.
  • You find with the really great actors, the ones you really admire and look up to, very often they're very giving, generous, warm people.
  • [was it worth getting a six-pack for Pompeii] Yes! Because what happens now is that I've got my top off in this movie and that's what everyone thinks I look like underneath all the time. So it quite paid of actually. It's a few months of pain and a lifetime of people thinking you look like that normally.
  • [on how he got his six-pack for the movie Pomeii] I've never had a lot of body fat on me, and that's all a six-pack is. Everyone's got a six-pack underneath, the difference is whether you have fat that covers it or not. I've always had low body fat but for this movie, I had to train a hell of a lot to get my six-pack to a place where it looked great on the screen so it was a big training regime. But I wanted to get it because when you are playing a gladiator, you want to look like you can fight and kill people.
  • [on being a Harry Potter fan and believing the Sorting Hat would place him in Gryffindor] No one wants to be in Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw is boring, Slytherin is full of psychos as people know.
  • [Does anyone ever call you Christopher?] Very occasionally. When I'm applying for a new passport, or something, someone will call me Christopher. Other than that, no one ever calls me Christopher.