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Think: Peggy and Joan rolled into one with a British accent.I knew I recognized her from somewhere, but couldn’t place quite where until I read that she played older Briony in “Atonement” and the lead in “Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights.” Two, uh, very different roles.The Atonement star admits she struggles to find outfits for red-carpet events as designers refuse...Actress Romola Garai is looking forward to her fifties as she can finally escape the "exhausting pressure" of keeping beautiful.After the jump, a few more must-know details about Romola Garai: In addition to “The Hour” on BBC America, you can also catch Romola Garai on the big screen in “One Day.” I’m psyched to see what else this brainy beauty has in store. “Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights,” debuts Friday, 17 years after the first “Dirty Dancing” became a box office smash with its tale of a young girl’s coming of age during one steamy summer at a resort in New York’s Catskill Mountains.It fairly rattles along, sketching out the romantic tensions between its characters, while at the same time unspooling a thriller-like plot, and evoking a heady nostalgia for a time when the problems of the nation – racial tensions, underworld crime, political corruption – could be exposed and healed by a bit of good honest journalism. If the series bears any comparison with Mad Men it is in both its impeccable ensemble cast – Rowley’s colleagues in the newsroom are played with great charm by Dominic West, Ben Whishaw and Anna Chancellor among others – and an approach to the recreation of the fashions and design of the Fifties so painstaking that it borders on the fetishistic. “The studio cameras were genuine, functioning cameras from the Fifties; the lamps, the stationery.” At one point, while filming a scene in which her character is handed a telex, she glanced down at the piece of paper that had been given to her expecting to see a discarded page of script and instead was confronted with a detailed message carefully produced on an original Fifties telex machine.

” Garai plays a trailblazing producer in the series, which when it first arrived on our screens last year was somewhat misleadingly touted as a British equivalent to Mad Men, AMC’s majestic drama set in a Madison Avenue advertising firm in the Fifties and Sixties.

Dozens of feminist protestors have staged a demonstration at the red carpet reception for the movie Suffragette, which held its premiere at Leicester Square in London on Wednesday afternoon.

Activists from the feminist group Sisters Uncut,...

“The real difference between The Hour and the big American TV shows is that some of them run across 22-episode seasons and you really cannot achieve the same thing in the six hours we have for [each season of] The Hour,” says Garai.

“We simply can’t fund shows like that in this country; it’s never going to happen.” Yet though The Hour, created by Abi Morgan (who also wrote the recent Margaret Thatcher biopic The Iron Lady), may be a comparatively modest, light-footed affair, it has an appeal of its own that is hard to resist.

; born 29 December 1979) is a Mexican actor, producer and director.

After starring in telenovelas early in his career, he has appeared in many films, including Y tu mamá también, Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights, Rudo y Cursi and the Star Wars anthology film Rogue One.

Actress Romola Garai has married her long-term boyfriend. Tv viewers on Sunday night (12May13) by graphically detailing the recent birth of her baby as she prepared to hand over a trophy at the British Academy of Film and...

The Atonement star has tied the knot with actor Sam Hoare, the father of her 16-month-old daughter, and the family is planning to move from Britain to New... Actress Romola Garai has slammed the Hollywood obsession with weight and criticised the magazine industry for airbrushing stars to look thin.

A publicity photo featuring Meryl Streep and her Suffragette co-stars in T-shirts bearing a feminist slogan has sparked a social media backlash.

Streep, Anne-Marie Duff, Romola Garai and Carey Mulligan were photographed for the front cover...