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He knew that death scene was coming, having spoken to showrunner Damon Lindelof about wanting to “go out with a bang”.
“My job is just to evoke feeling,” he says. “I approach all scenes in this way. From joy to sadness. I worked as hard as I could to be present in Charlie’s journey in that show.”
Later, Monaghan would feature in roles that included starring alongside Megan Fox in the Eminem video for Love The Way You Lie, star in X-Men Origins: Wolverine and share his passion for nature with the show Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan. Currently he is working on a project that is “under lock and key” and can’t be revealed, while a trailer for his upcoming film Edge of the World has just been released. God Is Busy Can I Help You Shirt, hoodie, tank top
He says he is often recognised in Los Angeles, New York, Germany, New Zealand and Australia far more than when he comes back to England – except for in London and Manchester Airport when selfie requests are more common. He visits Manchester once a year, usually around Christmas, and during the summer spends time with his family in Spain, where many of them have relocated.
One piece of home that has followed him to Los Angeles is Manchester United. His dad’s side of the family are Blues, and his mother’s side are Reds – with a few “anomalies” on either side.
Monaghan’s favourite piece of home: Old Trafford
He remembers his uncle Paul always bringing him United badges back from games as a kid, as well as shirts and matchday programmes, sparking the obsession early on. Then he’d start going himself, arriving at Old Trafford in a slightly different fashion to the modern era.
“I remember being able to walk into the ticket stalls on match days and buy a ticket for £8.50. Can you imagine trying that now?”
His heroes of the era were Bryan Robson, Gordon Strachan, Norman Whiteside, Remi Moses and Jesper Olsen, and as he lists them to the Manchester Evening News his suppressed Mancunian accent rears its head more and more.
Then came the glory days of Giggs, Beckham, the Nevilles, Scholes and Cantona. “We were completely spoiled,” he admits.