A rising star from Doncaster has spoken about rubbing shoulders with George Clooney on the set of one of his latest films.
Richard Crehan, of Scawthorpe, said it was his career highlight so far to share the screen with Mr Clooney in World War Two movie The Monuments Men.
The 24-year-old said: “I was very lucky to work on this film. I took on the small role of a British private, with just one scene and a handful of lines. I shared the screen with Mr Clooney and we exchanged dialogue in the film, which was a highlight of my career so far.” Richard’s latest project is a thriller called Residue, which is being filmed in Leeds.
You can next catch him on the small screen on December 2, when he plays a lead role in a film called This is Vanity on Channel Four.