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Better known for his role as Charles Brandon in the steaming series The Tudors, Henry Cavill knows how to establish his British charm on both the small screen and the big screen. But why stop there? Chosen to represent the new Dunhill fragrance for men, he portrays the new English elegance wonderfully. Henry Cavill spoke to Upstreet about his recent collaboration with Woody Allen, about fashion and about the women who go insane for a man in period costumes.
If Henry Cavill hadn't become an actor, he'd have joined the military. So he says anyway, and he's had plenty of chances to consider the matter. Best known for playing Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, on the Showtime series The Tudors, the chiseled 26-year-old has had the kind of bad luck that will drive a man to ponder his options. First, he narrowly missed being cast as Superman. Then Batman. Then James Bond. And then he found himself shut out of Twilight, despite the endorsement of author Stephenie Meyer. 
Henry Cavill talks about his character's — Charles Brandon — transformation in the second season of The Tudors and about his new roles in Joel Schumacher's "Blood Creek" and Woody Allen's "Whatever Works".
TheTudors star Henry Cavill attends a dinner honoring Gucci’s creative director Frida Giannini at London’s Saatchi Gallery on Wednesday (April 1). The event was hosted by British Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman. Prior to the event, the 25-year-old British actor spoke to about his hit Showtime series, his kissing scene with Evan Rachel Wood and his biggest splurge to date. 
Henry Cavill's roles in period productions like The Count of Monte Cristo and The Tudors have shown the world that this British actor wears the cloak of old-world grace and masculinity with ease. Presently, Cavill is flooring women everywhere as the face of the new Dunhill Black fragrance, but not without first giving Arena his insights on the art of seduction.
The Tudors' Henry Cavill casts off his royal finery and lets out his inner bad boy with modern gear for LA Confidential, November 2008.
He's steaming up the screen in The Tudors and emblazoned on buses across town as the face of Dunhill. Henry Cavill is one Channel Island hottie, says Andy Barker.
Actor Henry Cavill reveals how to travel with ease through times and time periods. The best measure  of a man is how he thrives when he’s out of his element, not in it. Just ask Henry Cavill, who maintained his cool in 16th-century garb, jousting on horseback and seducing fair maidens in the Showtime period drama The Tudors, which wrapped up its 4-season run in 2010.
The King is Dead! Long Live King Henry!  British actor Henry Cavill came this close to landing the title role in Batman Begins and Superman Returns. He was almost cast as James Bond in Casino Royale, until Daniel Craig's smirk swooped in. He even tried buying a house last year, but “the deal fell through right at the end.” Nothing stuck. Defeated, the extremely private star considered quitting Hollywood when he was offered the plum role as rakish commoner Charles Brandon, Jonathan Rhys Meyer’s Number Two, on The Tudors.
Henry Cavill took his first leap into the acting world at the Stowe Boarding School in England, where he honed the craft that would eventually land him opposite some of Hollywood's acting greats. He got his start with smaller roles in films such as The Count of Monte Cristo, Tristan + Isolde, and last year's magical romp, Stardust, opposite Claire Danes, Robert De Niro, and Michelle Pfeiffer. The entertainment world stopped and took notice of Access Hollywood's latest Rising Star, when Cavill was cast on Showtime's racy period drama, The Tudors.