Competitive streak helps Little in role

Published: 14th August 2014

Competitive streak helps Little in role

British actor Ralf Little has absolutely relished his latest movie role - as the captain of a table football team.

Kitted out in full football gear and sports socks , Ralf took to the real pitch with some children to promote his role in 3D animation The Unbeatables.

He admitted that the competitive streak in his character helped him greatly in the role, as did the fact that he is a bad and ungracious loser!

His co-star in The Unbeatables is impressionist Alistair McGowan, who said the plot is every little boy's dream. He praised the creators of the movie, saying it is the kind of thing you think about when you are a seven or eight year-old child.

The impressionist plays the commentator at the end of the film and entertained crowds at the Leicester Square premiere with a number of impersonations, including Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger, as well as England boss Roy Hodgson.

The Unbeatables is out in cinemas on Friday.

Ralf has also just finished filming Our Zoo - a 1930s period drama about the founding of Chester Zoo.

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