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At one point in the film, he tears up upon realizing he’s a “has-been” while confiding in his former stunt double, assistant and buddy, Cliff Booth, played by Pitt, 55.
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Lynne Walker of The Independent wrote of his performance: "At the centre of it all is Henry who, in James Norton's striking portrayal, is like a young caged animal".
Norton's television appearances include the Doctor Who episode "Cold War", in which he played a crewman on a Soviet submarine during the Cold War, and Death Comes to Pemberley, based on the P. James novel involving characters from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice caught up in a murder mystery.
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in which 44-year-old Di Caprio stars as Rick Dalton, a fading actor struggling to keep his star alive in Tinseltown.
Norton was acclaimed for his role as Tommy Lee Royce, the villain of the hit crime drama Happy Valley.
Michael Hogan of The Telegraph wrote: "..breakout star, seen in only a few small parts before this, has been the devilishly handsome James Norton, 29, as the heinous killer Royce, whom he has played with impressive depth".