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Welsh actor Taron Egerton returned to his old stomping grounds of Aberystwyth Arts Centre recently to chat to our reporter Dewi about his career to date.
Taron was back in his hometown to host a charity screening and Q&A in aid of the Motor Neurone Disease Association, which supports those living with the disease, as well as funding and promoting research into the disease worldwide.
In this candid interview Taron explains how growing up in Wales helped shape his acting career, and what it was like to work alongside established performers such as Tom Hardy and Christopher Ecclestone, with whom he is currently filming.
To hear more from Taron, you can head to our new YouTube channel, where you'll find him practising practicing his Welsh language skills, and talking to our reporter Eronita about how he dealt with being thrust into the spotlight on such a high profile film like Kingsman: The Secret Service.
A resource to explore Wales' history, culture and landscape through short and feature length films.
A resource to explore Wales' history, culture and landscape through film.
Cabinet Secretary Kirsty Williams, Professor Graham Donaldson & Celyn Jones help showcase the work of Into Film Cymru at the Senedd, National Assembly for Wales
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