Bill Nighy Reveals His ‘Love Actually’ Line That Took a Life of Its Own

Actor Bill Nighy stole every scene he was in when he played aging rock star Billy Mack in the 2003 Christmas romantic comedy ‘Love Actually.’

But he recently told British GQ that one line in particular has followed him around since the film’s release.

“When I die, if I get an obituary, it’s going to be like, ‘Hey kids, don’t buy drugs. Be a rock star, people give them to you for free,'” he said.

Nighy said local youths followed him reciting the line. He even heard it once from a customs inspector at an airport.

Nighy details her role in this and other films – including ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’, ‘Underworld’ and ‘The Girl In The Cafe’ – below:


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