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Steve is well regarded at BAFTA and has received a number of their awards for his comedy role as Alan Partridge, and last year for playing himself opposite Rob Brydon in Michael Winterbottom's The Trip.Sally Hawkins is sitting in a gleaming white penthouse hotel suite in central London furnished almost entirely with gleaming white modernist furniture.Hawkins admits she didn’t feel any great sense of empathy with her character, Linda, when she first read the script – she’s never been to India and is suspicious of anyone giving themselves quick fixes of spirituality. Well, the people I respect most of all in this business are the ones who just… Someone like Judi Dench who’s passionate about what she does but just disappears when she’s finished doing it.’ Two years ago there was no question of Hawkins disappearing.None the less, she threw herself into the part with all her usual intensity. However, I do realise that I’m in a profession where you are “out there” a lot. The eyes and camera lenses of Hollywood were trained upon her at the Golden Globes. I had no idea where I was or how long I’d been speaking for.’ Even now she has a job believing the whole episode ever happened.The 37-year old British actress arrived at the BAFTA Los Angeles Awards Season Tea Party sponsored by Mulberry wearing a stunning Sophia Kah white lace dress with grey court shoes and a stylish clutch bag.Hawkins was in Tinseltown ahead of the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, where she has been nominated for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, thanks to her hilarious performance as GIinger in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine.It’s the sort of room that calls for a high level of self-possession on the part of its occupants.
She won a Golden Globe for her performance in Mike Leigh’s Happy-Go-Lucky (2008).
Oddly enough, her sense of privacy is one of the things that make her so distinctive – as anyone will recall who saw her in the BBC series of Sarah Waters’ novel Fingersmith, or in the television adaptation of Patrick Hamilton’s novel 20,000 Streets Under the Sky.
On screen she often gives the impression of someone who is trying to fortify herself with as much assurance as possible.
A website, sally-hawkins.com, which describes itself as a tribute to Sally Hawkins, collects stories about her and encourages people to send her electronic cards on her birthday – she will be 34 on 27 April.
Hawkins says that she is flattered by the attention, but, characteristically, finds it a bit daunting. 'However, the more well known you get, the more people are going to have expectations of you.