Inside the Actor’s Studio
Monday, 7.30pm, Bio Who could forget Colin Firth (as the haughty Mr Darcy) emerging from a lake clad in a wet shirt in the TV series Pride and Prejudice? There was a collective sigh from women around the world. Since then he’s gone on to win a multitude of awards, his most notable role being King George VI in The King’s Speech, for which he won an Oscar in 2011. The film made more than $US414 million worldwide. Here Firth, 53, talks to ace interviewer James Lipton about his career, which includes films such as Bridget Jones’s Diary and Girl with a Pearl Earring.