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Clive Owen Hunting for New Play Project

January 21, 2010 (3:49 am) GMT
The British actor is planning to be back onstage and performing a new play in front of live audiences after he had starred in Patrick Marber's 'Closer' in 1997.
Clive Owen

Actor is on the look-out for a new play to star in - after almost 13 years away from the theater. The Brit made a name for himself starring in Patrick Marber's hit play "Closer" in London in 1997, and went on to star in the big screen adaptation alongside in 2004.

And after over a decade in film, Owen is on the hunt for the perfect project to get him back in front of a live audience. He says, "I have been looking at some options. I haven't been onstage for quite a while so it's really about finding a role I have a huge appetite to play."

He adds, "It is a big commitment taking on a theater play, and I've just started to look at the idea. I have to find something I am really interested in. It would be good if it was a new play. It is always exciting to do new writing."

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