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Saturday 22 November 2014

Berenice Marlohe: Humour is attractive

Berenice Marlohe
Berenice Marlohe

Bérénice Marlohe's ideal man "doesn't need to be handsome."

The stunning French actress thinks a good personality is most appealing.

Bérénice is a gorgeous Skyfall Bond Girl with depth and she requires that her mate be equally profound.

"He doesn't need to be handsome," she told FHM magazine.

"If he has nothing to say or he is not funny or doesn't have something happening in his eye, then he is not attractive. Charisma and sense of humour is what gives him that 'wow', you know?"

Bérénice hopes to secure some more major roles in the future.

The star longs for gritty, extreme parts.

"I would love to be the Joker in the next Batman," she said.

"I've done a reel where I've played the Joker. The kind of roles I really enjoy most of all are given to men usually. Like Gary Oldman in The Firm. He was so great in that, and that's the kind of character I like - a bit crazy and intense on screen.

"I have always dreamed of being the bad guys in the movie. You know, the mafia chief. That would be my dream."

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