Artists in tourist spots will draw a picture of you and, for a small fee, they'll add an elongated nose, an extended forehead, a longer chin, bigger eyes. This comedic caricature, whilst it surely will be 'you'... won't really be you. It will lack subtlety. It won't do you justice. You, though, need not employ such help to ensure you are misrepresented this week. Either someone is already seeing you through biased eyes or you're looking at a distortion of your own reflection. Try not to put a negative spin on positive news.
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British TV, film and stage actor Dominic Cooper was born in London in 1978 and trained at the famous London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.
He was heavily involved in the early readings of Alan Bennett's Laurence Olivier-winning play The History Boys, and helped premiere the play in London in 2004.
Dominic went on to premiere the play on Broadway and around the world, and in 2006 starred in the BAFTA-winning film adaptation along with other members of the original cast.
In 2008 Dominic rose to international fame with a leading role in the Abba-inspired film Mamma Mia! alongside Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan and Amanda Seyfried.
The British star went on to star alongside Kiera Knightley in The Duchess and Carey Mulligan in An Education before returning to the stage in Phedre at the National Theatre alongside Helen Mirren and Margaret Tyzack.
He later went to play Iron Man's father Howard Stark in the Marvel film Captain America: The First Avenger, star alongisde Michelle Williams in the 2011 biopic My Week With Marilyn, and joined the film adaptation of the hugely successful novel Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter in 2012.
Dominic became good friends with James Corden during their time as cast members of The History Boys, and the pair used to live together. On the set of Mamma Mia! Dominic become involved with Amanda and the pair later became engaged although they split in 2013.