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Traxy Thornfield

A Swedish introvert in Robin Hood Country (Nottingham, UK) where she lives with a husband and two cats. She's an eager participant in tabletop and play-by-post roleplaying, woodworking, photography and European travel. Will get a novel out one of these days, if she doesn't get too distracted on the way.

7 thoughts on “If Rickman and Hinds had a love child…

  1. HAHAHA!!!
    That made me burst out laughing! So very true. I saw Ronan Vibert in “The Buccaneers” and kept thinking, “He looks so familiar…” but now, thanks to you, I know why. He is the love child of Snape and Edward Rochester. 🙂

  2. Hahaha! I can definitely see the resemblance, Rickman around the upper part of the face and Hind for the hair, lips and shape of the face.
    …But just so you know. I can’t actually see your Rickman picture. It’s not visible on my browser for some reason.

  3. @phylly3: Hmm, strange. Not even if you click on it? :/ It’s just a random picture I found on Google (younger Alan, cradling a statue’s head to his bare chest). 🙂

    @Nat: OMG, love child of Rochester and Snape… *swoon* …Hang on, no, that character looks like RA in my head! 😉

    I was watching the film and just thought “gosh, he looks a lot like Alan Rickman… but it’s not him… and come to think of it, he also looks a bit like Ciarán Hinds!” So I just had to look him up! 😀

  4. Ronan Vibert also played Sforza on the Borgia’s – Shotime and now he’s on Penny Dreadful- also Shotime

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