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He once admitted, "I would have sold my mother for a rock of crack," and has described the moment he woke up lying in a pool of blood and vomit on London's Old Compton Street with a crack pipe in his hand.
He's also told a story of the time he was supposed to meet director John Woo in Hollywood but instead found himself passed out in a bed in downtown LA alongside a naked man he didn't know with a gun and cat (whom he didn't know either). "There were systematically, constantly, things that were put across my path where it was, 'Tom, you need to wake up because there are more important things to do.
Our conversation is occasionally interrupted by vitamin-D-starved TV types popping in to make cups of coffee, as well as some loud male and female groans repeating over and over from an edit suite across the hall (fighting or schtupping? Hardy seems fairly relaxed, given that he's under a reasonable amount of pressure.
His production company, Hardy Son and Baker, which he runs with a producing partner, Dean Baker, has to send the finished series to the BBC and the American broadcaster, FX, by Christmas so that it can air in January.
This latest one though, he's dragging his heels about.
"And I've just handed in 14 pages of notes on episode three," he points out, without much evident contrition. "I know every line, and I know where everything is in every scene, and I know where most candles are," he says.
"So yeah, I'm never happy."Hardy had the idea for the show when he was playing Bill Sikes in a 2007 BBC adaptation of , and conceived the character originally as "a Sherlock Holmes-type detective, a bit more physical as well as smart, but who has that hyper-vigilance; a spiritual, hybrid shaman-cum-cannibal-serial-killer-type thing".
At some point in the not too distant future, Tom Hardy needs to book himself in for a new tattoo.
The 39-year-old British actor has already got quite a few, as the markings protruding from his T-shirt — and the many topless shots that exist of him on the internet — attest.
I was like, 'OK, I'll get it done, but you have to write it properly.'"And he probably will.