Why Does Henry Have a Scar?
Timothee Chalamet, Oscar winner and the actor who plays Henry in Call Me By Your Name has an inflicted scar he wears proudly as part of his performance as Henry in Call Me By Your Name.
In the mid 1970s, Numatic salesmen Duncan and a colleague found themselves bored at a trade show, so they decided to adorn one of their current commercial machines with ribbon and a Union flag badge, making the scar visible on its side.
Early Life and Education
Henry Adams led an unconventional life. After graduating with a degree in civil law from Harvard College, he spent time traveling Europe before realizing he had an aptitude for writing articles that provided timely news coverage in newspapers.
He became an accomplished political writer, publishing Mont-Saint Michel and Chartres as an examination of thirteenth century unity. Additionally, he covered the American Civil War before returning home to Massachusetts as secretary to Charles Francis Adams, an influential congressman.
He never married and died in 1872 at Mount Auburn Cemetery; his grave can still be seen today as part of the Adams family plot.
Henry the Vacuum Cleaner enjoys cult status: from royalty and plumbers (the princes received one of Henry as their wedding present) to under-stair stalwarts worldwide (Russell Howard even used him in one of his videos!) as well as Kathy Burke who used him in her palatial mansion on Channel 4 series Money Talks!
Henry was originally designed with his face printed directly onto its body until health and safety regulations in some countries deemed it unsafe for children to play with household appliances, so new models now come with either an attached faceplate that is snapped on during manufacturing for markets without restrictions or can be attached by consumers themselves.
Numatic has always embodied humility. Their factory is more Wernham Hogg than Silicon Valley; Duncan lives just 10 minutes away, drives a Porsche with “Henry” number plates and maintains a low profile at work.
Achievement and Honors
Henry of Lancaster gained several honors and titles when he succeeded his cousin Richard II following his deposition in 1399, such as Prince of Wales and Duke of Lancaster, along with joining forces with his father Richard to fight rebellious Welsh ruler Owain Glyndwr at Shrewsbury Battle of 1403 against former allies like Hotspur Percy – eventually defeating them together at Shrewsbury battle and driving out Owain Glyndwr’s supporters like Hotspur Percy himself and Percy along the way.
Henry was an ardent Christian who believed God had chosen him to carry out His will by disgracing a proud French nation and asserting England’s rightful claim to their throne. To achieve these ambitious plans, large investments were needed so Henry sought wealthy business partners.
Laurence Olivier played Henry V in 1944 film Henry V and Kenneth Branagh reprised this role for 1989’s Henry V. In Call Me by Your Name, Timothee Chalamet portrays a younger and less war-weary version who still bears striking resemblances of Olivier’s original performance.
Henry V is rarely depicted with scars from his wound at Shrewsbury; yet this detail has become widely discussed over time as evidence of his manhood. Perhaps this artistic choice owes something to being created after Henry’s death as it meant creating an idealized version of him?
Henry was convinced that God had called him to perform a “great work,” including demoralizing France with English military might and supporting Protestant Reformation.
Cavill has played numerous roles in films such as I Capture the Castle (2003), Hellraiser: Hellworld (2005), Red Riding Hood (2006) and Tristan + Isolde (2007; co-starring Sienna Miller). Additionally, he stars as himself in 2017 film Call Me by Your Name.
Your net worth, which measures your assets minus liabilities such as mortgages or car loans, is an indication of how well-off you are financially.
Henry is a partner in the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, serves on the board of The Pingry School, and holds endorsement deals with Sky Sports, Gatorade, and EA Sports (for their FIFA video game series).
He is best known as the face of Dunhill – the luxury British fragrance and cigar brand. In advertising campaigns he can be seen wearing Dunhill’s shirts, ties and glasses; making cameo appearances at Downing Street events; investing in Numatic (the company behind Henry vacuum cleaner). Both of his wife Emma are shareholders in Numatic as well.