Sir Anthony Hopkins, 13 March 1992.
‘I had been warned beforehand to treat Sir Anthony with due deference. He arrived completely drenched from a rain storm. Immediately he was surrounded by PRs and assistants with towels. ‘No, no,’ I cried, ‘just as you are, please,’ and quickly stood him in front of a plain wall while a work experience person held my flash-gun to the side. A few frames, and then the towels.
He was lovely. He then stayed and chatted with us for some time.’