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The actor who played in the famous movie ' Hobbit', from 2012 to 1014, previously dated actress Charlene Mc Kenna for two years.

It is also rumored that he dated actress India Whisker in 2004 whom he met in his drama school in Dublin.

Incidentally, Turner adds that he can’t stand filming on long nights – our interview takes place on-set in October – because he has Seasonal Affective Disorder. Whithouse is rather more robust, at least in argument: he says he, ‘absolutely loathed Twilight. If you’re not going to be seduced by Robert Pattinson’s cheekbones, there’s very little in that film for you.’ That’s a brave thing to say, given that it’ll outrage 99 per cent of the Western world’s adolescents.

And Twilight fanatics are fiercely protective of their heroes.

In autumn Phil Redmond, the creator of Grange Hill, complained that TV ignores teenage viewers, but Whithouse disagrees: ‘An enormous amount of time and money is spent trying to attract teenagers and it’s usually in the wrong way.’ The shows that teenagers most enjoy, he believes, are dramas such as Spooks and Casualty – in other words, shows that aren’t patronisingly aimed at them.

In the first series of Being Human, the three housemates – all of whom are peace-loving, and desperate not to harm or frighten ordinary people – had to defeat an evil vampire called Herrick.

We’re at a cramped, unsettlingly hot studio in Bristol for the recording of BBC Three’s comedy drama series Being Human and the crew has spotted an incongruity in the props.

Recently Aidan Turner’s ‘Poldark’ co-star Heida Reed shared an image of him and his ex-girlfriend Lenora Crichlow spending a good time together in Los Angeles.

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Europe has been a place of battles and political intrigue for centuries.

‘George just wants to be an average guy, to fit into the crowd.

So he’s going through what an adolescent would go through.

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