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Amanda Seyfried has confessed she’s still hung up on her former British lover Dominic Cooper.
The pair split up in 2010 after falling in love on the set of 2008 flick Mamma Mia!
He has worked in television, film, theatre and radio including Mamma Mia!
and as the young Howard Stark in the Marvel Cinematic Universe including Captain America: The First Avenger and Agent Carter. Dominic attended John Ball Primary School in Blackheath, London, followed by Thomas Tallis School in nearby Kidbrooke, then trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) in acting and film editing, graduating in 2000.
Around this time, Cooper was cast in the lead role in the unproduced Albert Hughes project Motor City based on the Black Listed script of the same name.
Cooper depicted James Bond author Ian Fleming in the television mini-series Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond in 2014.
but singleton Seyfried says she can’t shake the brooding 35-year-old from her head. ‘He’ll always be in my life regardless of what his girlfriends or future wife think.
I’m never going to be with a guy that can’t deal with my friendship with him.’ She’s struggled to find a replacement after admitting she has, er, a strict criteria when it comes to who she beds.
‘Sparks don’t grow — your vagina doesn’t become more inclined to wanting someone just because you’re around them.’ But Amanda says she’s found herself a little distraction to bat her big eyes at. It becomes physical - I would get dizzy and cry and the lights were too bright."I had my anxiety and my OCD - a lot of kids have it. She explained: "I would be lying if I said I wasn't constantly aware of what I'm doing with my body. I don't have to have those abs - the camera doesn't see that. My parents didn't even know."Meanwhile, the actress said that she has body anxieties like anybody else, before adding that supermodel Kate Upton proves it is perfectly fine to have a curvier physique.Additionally, he received nominations for the British Independent Film Award, British Film Critics' Circle Award, London Critics' Circle Film Award, and an Empire Award for his role in the film adaption of the play.In 2010, Cooper's movie An Education received a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for "Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture".