Also that year, Strong scared a younger audience as the mob boss in the kids-turned-superheroes hit "Kick-Ass" (2010).With an admitted penchant for playing his deliciously evil roles to the hilt, Strong counted greats such as Sir Ian Mc Kellen among his many fans.Strong said in an interview, "The home I grew up in was a flat in Myddelton Square in London's Islington, a beautiful Georgian square with a huge church in the middle. I remember flats in Walthamstow, Clapton, Stoke Newington, and Edmonton, as well." His English name is not a stage name; when he was a child, his mother changed his name by deed poll to help him fit in with his peers.Strong attended Wymondham College, where he sang in the punk bands the Electric Hoax and Private Party (the name of the latter was based on the idea that the band's shows would not be attended, due to prospective audiences thinking that the event was a "private party").Going bad only ended up being a good thing for this talented actor.On his character Prince Septimus in Der Sternwanderer (2007) ...
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Strong, whose credits also include “Zero Dark Thirty” and “Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” will play Max Easton, “a man caught between two versions of himself, the past and the present,” according to a statement.
“An ex-spy, Max is brought back into the game to avenge the death of his son, only to find himself at the heart of a covert intelligence war and a conspiracy to profit from the spread of chaos throughout the Middle East.” Strong said: “The character I’m playing is completely morally conflicted – the type of role I find myself drawn to.