Actor Tom Payne loves it when women call him on his shit
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Tom Payne is known to have played Paul “Jesus” Rovia on AMCof The walking dead. But the 35-year-old British actor has a lot more to offer than his ability to fight fictional zombies. Here, Tom shares his thoughts on topical issues – and his love life:
HOW WE STAY HEALTHY AND HEALTHY AFTER APOCALYPSE
“Well, there are a lot of operation things. It keeps you in shape! My character is very interested in martial arts to stay flexible. In my private life, I was adamant that I wanted to be able to do this stuff, so I practiced – a lot of bodyweight exercises. What is also interesting for Jesus is that he was lonely, but he learned that he could exist better in a group. I think it really helped her mental and spiritual health. “
ON LIFE IN AMERICA
“I am from England and my girlfriend, Jennifer [Akerman, a model and singer], comes from Sweden.
“We both came to America because we loved everything it stood for, but America no longer seems to be at the forefront of making the world a better place, which is disheartening because we wanted to contribute to it. I am sure that I will find his way. The good thing is that the system changes every few years. “
ON THE #METOO MOVEMENT
“It’s all about the power structure. People can stop you from getting a job and push you out of an industry. Now people have to stop. [the perpetrators] to have jobs and say, “No, we can’t stand that.” I think the atmosphere has changed completely now, and it’s fantastic. People can talk more. “
ON WHAT MAKES ITS RELATIONSHIP STICK
“She was the first person who wasn’t afraid to challenge me and call me on my shit.
“A few weeks later, we had a fight on the street, and I said, ‘I’m not doing this!’ I was in a relationship for 10 years before this one, and we never had an argument, mainly because I had always had the power. But with this relationship, it’s a fifty-fifty split. We are totally invested. “
AND A SHALLOW THOUGHT
“The last thing I bought was Burt’s Bees Herbal Skin Tone Stick with Tea Tree Oil.
This article originally appeared in the April 2018 issue of Women’s Health. For more good advice, get a copy of the newsstand issue now!
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