I had a tutor on set for a minimum of three hours’ work every day, but you can’t fully keep up. Between films I’d go back to my old school and friends.On set, you make great mates, you keep in touch for a bit and then lose contact.But these days I enjoy dressing up too; that feeling of putting on a suit or black tie. Despite my job, I don’t see as many films as I would like. So my ideal weekend would finish either at the cinema watching a great British film such as Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy or at home watching a one-off drama. I never drink herbal tea but I would never binge drink alcohol either. Twenty-six years old Thomas Sangster is well known for his hard work, dedication, and success.Sangster was born to his parents Tasha Bertram and Mark Ernest Sangster in London. Sangster was very much interested in acting since his early days.He also loved to play guitar and many other musical instruments. His first role was in a BBC television film, Station Jim.
The landscape was beautiful and I found myself doing unusual things such as visiting the local graveyard.
So my ideal Saturday night would involve going to a smaller venue like the Brixton Academy to hear Muse, three guys producing a big quality sound. Attending the Goodwood Vintage Festival and getting the chance to dress up to the nines.
On Sundays, I like a slow start again – I don’t go to church; I was brought up as a Catholic, but I don’t get anything out of it now, although I respect others’ beliefs when it gives hope. Alone, in an empty house, quite late at night, putting on Pink Floyd at considerable volume and being taken away by the music and the moment.
If I’ve finished a film, there might be a wrap party.
Emma Thompson staged a great one after we finished making Nanny Mc Phee. My favourite things That moment when you’re flying in a light aircraft and you break through the clouds and look out on to another world.