Dan Stevens on Sir Lancelot, monkey oscars and bad jokes

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Dan Stevens on Sir Lancelot, monkey oscars and bad jokes

He's one of Croydon's hottest exports in more ways than one and he swapped Downton for Hollywood but his latest career move sees him breathe life into Sir Lancelot at the British Museum. 

He is of course Dan Stevens. London Live’s Entertainment Producer, Simon Thompson, caught up with him to chat about his film Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb, getting let loose in one of the capital's most well-loved landmarks and taking acting advice from a monkey. They celebrate Christmas with a bang and a bad joke.

 

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