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He took odd jobs to pay for art college - including one day working as a stripper and a stint as an extra on film sets.

Javier was 20 fate when intervened in the form of a speaking part offer from director Bigas Luna for the film , in which he starred alongside a 17-year-old Penelope Cruz, was the handsome youngster's first international hit.

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I'm very, very close to my mum, though I don't see her as much as I'd like to. I grew up in Old Trafford, it was a council estate, and I had a really wonderful time there – really good days, I had a loads of friends. I was between wanting to be a beautician and wanting to be a firewoman. I'm not very good at being hungry, I get kind of mardy and unbearable. As long as I've got a lemon, chilli, onion and garlic, there's nothing I can't make. I remember wearing some on a night out that were so sore, I just threw them in the bin and walked home barefoot. Depends on how much sleep I've had – sometimes I think 'Yeah, I'm not doing too bad' and sometimes I think, 'Oh my God, I'm deteriorating by the day'.

Javier's first English-speaking part was in 2000 movie , portraying the persecuted gay Cuban poet Reinaldo Arenas.

The role made him an overnight sensation in Hollywood, and he became the first Spanish actor to be nominated for an Oscar.

In 2002 John Malkovich cast him in his directorial debut and described him at the time as "the best young actor in Europe, maybe anywhere".

"He has the strength and power of a bull but with a very masculine fragility underneath," said Malkovich.

"His talent is off the radar." Javier cemented his credentials with 2005's , playing a quadriplegic man who challenged the Spanish legal system for the right to die.

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