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Needless to say, we never see Henry again until act three, and then in a very different form.“Love, Love, Love” tracks Kenneth and Sandra’s relationship with each other, as well as their two children (Zoe Kazan and an effectively unhinged Ben Rosenfield).Give or take a couple of years, Richard Armitage goes from 20 to 40 to 60 in the course of Mike Bartlett’s new three-act comedy, “Love, Love, Love,” which opened Wednesday at Roundabout’s Off Broadway Laura Pels Theatre.It’s hard to say what’s more astounding — that Armitage (he plays Thorin Oakenshield in “The Hobbit” trilogy) is utterly convincing at each age in each act, or that someone has written a three-act play in an era of 80-minute divertissements?Richard Armitage was one of the first people who was seen for the role. My roots are in that part of the country and that kind of industry. "Something great happened when I read with Daniela.Something clicked.” The producer, Kate Bartlett, said, “We did read with a lot of actors and put a lot of combinations of Margarets and Thorntons together until finally we came up with the mix of Richard and Daniela, which I think was perfect.” “When I was cast in the role of Thornton my initial reaction was shock.Richard then landed the role which was to see his career take a giant leap forward, that of the northern cotton mill owner John Thornton in the BBC dramatisation of Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, broadcast in November 2004.His portrayal of Thornton was applauded by fans and critics alike.

But I felt it was important to understand the industry that Thornton is in, so I researched the cotton industry and I went to the various places in England where there are working museums, one of which turned out to be one of the locations, which was brilliant. I think Engels has written a book which was based around the working classes in the 1850s which is incredibly detailed about the poverty – so I looked at that for a start.

During his time at LAMDA, Richard gained a one line part in the new Star Wars film After graduating in 1998 and a short stint in theatre, he landed a small part in the film This Year's Love starring Douglas Henshall and Jennifer Ehle, and then in the film Cleopatra starring Timothy Dalton and Billy Zane.

Various theatre roles followed, including an 18 month tour with the Royal Shakespeare Company during which he played Angus in Greg Doran's . It was critcially acclaimed and starred Antony Sher and Harriet Walter.

It had been a long casting process and I realised it was the role of a lifetime.

But then, of course, I was incredibly honoured to have been asked to play it - I’d fallen in love with the novel. It was a huge mountain to climb and there’s a lot of expectation for that role as well; it’s a big favourite of many people.” Research As usual, Richard Armitage’s research for the role was meticulous.