While MacFayden is an excellent choice I cant discount Eddie Redmayne who would do the job beautifully!
Without a doubt............Matthew Macfayden. He does period drama like no one else, sexy, soothing voice, he did not have to take his shirt off to woo Elizabeth Bennett as Mr. Darcy. If you read USA today.......yesterday, then you will understand completely why there is NO other choice for this role.
or...how about Bradley James from Merlin (King Arthur)?
Hugh Dillon or perhaps a quiet guy who earns her love, i.e. Sergio Di Zio???
My list of possibles:
Rupert Penry Jones
An American, Edward Norton, Ben Foster, or for long shot John Krasinski (emily blunt's husband) as a Newport Friend of Cora's mother. A man with old money and a professional, for example an attorney , university professor, diversified businessman.
Using an American would give a bit of cultural strife and give the upstairs a bit of shake-up. What new lines Dame Maggie could have.
Some terrific choices, but most of those actors don't do TV shows...
Hugh Grant - not 30's but dashing just the same!
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