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- May 04, 1992
- Vol. 37
- No. 17
The 6'3" former English teacher didn't always play a wolf in creep's clothing. Bergin, one of five kids, grew up in Dublin. "When I was in my 20s," he says dryly, "I entered a brief period of being good-looking. Then I got ugly again. My nose is a bit twisted, so I lack that perfect symmetry to be considered beautiful." But not too shabby to be given the chance to show he can swashbuckle with the best. Bergin portrayed explorer Richard Burton in Mountains of the Moon and Robin Hood in a version that was, in America, sidetracked to TV by the Kevin Costner movie. Yet at the moment, nasty roles seem to suit him. Come June, Bergin's the head terrorist in the big-screen version of Tom Clancy's Patriot Games. Count on more close-ups—and more chills.
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