Let’s speak about your fans for a moment – you’ve got a lot of them! How do you deal with the craze that comes with your name?
suppose I don’t really deal with it. I feel like I’m able to go about
my life normally except for the odd occasion when someone recognises
you. It’s obviously strange when it happens but the other side of it is
that’s nobody’s coming up and throwing an egg in your face, people are
always very nice! It’s part and parcel with what being in the public eye
is. When I just did theatre I’d go there, do my job and go home but as
soon as I did some TV work the next theatre job was completely
different! A little part of me was gutted that suddenly it wasn’t just
about being on stage and performing, I was a part of celebrity culture
that I wasn’t used to. It’s strange, I don’t know if anyone ever becomes
used to it.
— Colin Morgan, about celebrity in Hunger Magazine (x)