Five Minutes With… Poldark's Harry Richardson
Do you have a secret talent or surprise party trick?
The intro to Roses on piano always gets everyone singing “Caroliiiiine!!!”
What is the one thing you wish you could tell your 16-year-old self?
Open your heart, life’s more colourful.
What is the most-read book on your book shelf?
I don’t re-read books, but I’m currently reading When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi and it’s beautiful.
What’s your guiltiest pleasure?
Instagram – I hate it.
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Who would play you in the film biopic of your life?
Natt Wolff, but I’d be pissed that he beat me to the role.
What is the most treasured item in your wardrobe and where/when did you get it?
A blue velvet jacket with shoulders I found tipsy, in love and in a vintage shop in Paris.
What three films could you watch over and over again?
Victoria, Life is Beautiful and Zoolander.
If you could raid anyone’s wardrobe, whose would it be?
A$AP Rocky’s, you just know there’d be some ridiculous pieces in there!
Tell us your favourite quote of all time
“He who says he can and he who says he can’t are both usually right.”
What song or album could be the soundtrack to your life and why?
Anderson Paak’s Malibu – because it’s so funky.
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Where is your favourite place in the world and what makes it so special?
Back home in Bondi in the summer time; the food, sun and vibes cannot be beaten.
What would you title your autobiography and what would the first line read?
It would be titled I’m sorry I’m late and would open with “Harry was meant to start writing today but he felt an autobiography was ‘vain and lame’, so he sent me… my name iss Kevin and I don’t really know Harry.”
If you could invite four people – living or dead – to dinner, who would they be and what would you serve?
I would invite Jerry Seinfeld, Amy Winehouse, Helen of Troy and Alan Watts, and we’d feast on crispy shredded beef.
What was your life goal aged 10?
To become a wildlife photographer.