Max Irons is a man who has the hearts of many women, in particular that of his girlfriend not just for his good looks but his actions, or more appropriately, the motives for his actions. The co-star of "The Riot Club" which premiered to great reviews at the Toronto International Film Festival was photographed recently with his hand in a medical splint.
It seems as if the dashing son of Max Irons broke his wrist during a struggle with a teenage shoplifter whom he chased out of his parents local corner shop after he spotted the individual stealing from the store. Fans of the actor on social media sites have become even more enamoured of him for his honesty when he revealed during interviews that while he acted impulsively because it was the right thing to do in his mind there was also another motivation which was to impress his girlfriend, beautiful features assistant Sophie Pera.
Ironically, during the struggle with the assailant whom he tackled and in the course of the fall broke his wrist he himself was also beaten by the shop-keepers who thought him to be an accomplice of the shoplifter.
The actor admits to never having done anything heroic before in his life but he has done some very good acting as it seems that the acting skill of his parents, Jeremy Irons and Sinead Cusack has passed down to their son even though the father warned him against pursuing this career.
The actor was very impressive on the screen at the Toronto International Film Festival as one of the stars of "The Riot Club which revolves around life in a secret elite society at Oxford University and the choices that emerge after a night of heavy partying. He also was one of the fashion stars of the red carpet as he looked fabulous in his black suit with girlfriend Sophie Pera.
One wonders if her smile in the pictures was not only because of his sterling performance on screen but the fact that his injured wrist was a product of him trying to impress her. Either way, Max Irons looks to have won both on the big screen and off it with his latest actions.