“The arses on the trousers aren't very tight. They're very loose and baggy and I like tight trousers. And the shoes - the shoes have got a bit of a heel, and it's a strange sensation for a man. Especially when you're running.” He mimes a mincing trot. “I am mighty Hornblower! Watch me run like a girl!”
-He played the oboe in the South Glamorgan Youth Orchestra for several years.
-He learned Yiddish for his role in the film Solomon and Gaenor (1999).
-Had the honor of lighting the National Millennium Beacon for Wales in Cardiff City Centre for the New Year's Eve 2000 celebration.
-Won the BBC Radio Cymru Showbusnesan Award for Best Actor. [28 March 2001]
-Graduated from London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (1995)
-Lives in Los Angeles (for 2 years as of July 2004)
-First language is Welsh
-His name is pronounced "Eo-wan Griff-ith"
-Parents were teachers.
-Grandparents ran a local amateur drama society in Cardiff.
-Was already an accomplished singer and oboist by the age of 13.
-Became a professional actor at the age of 13 with his role in the Welsh soap opera Pobol Y Cwm ("People of the Valley").
-Best friend is Matthew Rhys.
-Has a younger brother, Alun & a younger sister, Siwan
-Living with fellow British actress Alice Evans in Los Angeles. (July 2005)
-Was invited to and accepted into Gorsedd y Beirdd Ynys Prydain (the
[Welsh] Bardic Order of Great Britain) at the highest rank in the National
Eisteddfod at Meifod in 2003, with the bardic name "Ioan".
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