Martin Clunes cries when he watches 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The 'Doc Martin' star has admitted he welled up when he watched the celebrities - particularly Alexandra Burke and Debbie McGee - take to the dance floor on the ballroom and latin show last weekend because he gets emotion when people succeed.
When asked when he last cried, he told the Express.co.uk: "Watching 'Strictly Come Dancing' last week! I cry when people achieve things. I cry at 'Britain's Got Talent', too."
And it's not just success that pulls at the 55-year-old actor's heartstrings, as he's a huge animal lover and thoroughly enjoys working alongside dogs on the medical drama.
He explained: "I love it. We've learned in series eight that dogs have always loved the doctor. It's such a riot working with Dodger and Paddy, the other dog, and Sonia - their trainer - is lovely. Yes [my own jack russell comes on set with me], he is sometimes in his basket, out of sight behind the doctor's desk, during a scene. I love having him around. He's a bit like a teddy bear, and he bolsters my confidence."
Meanwhile, Martin has admitted he's tempted to give up acting and become a full-time farmer after he got stuck into agriculture seven years ago when he bought a plot of land in Beaminster, Dorset, - but that field of work doesn't make enough money.
He said previously: : "When I first started doing it, I never saw this coming, it wasn't the plan. It just drifted on to us and I thought, 'This won't last.' 10 years later... You find yourself at two in the morning, pinning a ewe to the wall as you strip milk off her to put down a line to the stomach of a lamb that's not drinking it and you think, 'I'm supposed to be a luvvie, what am I doing here?' ... It's tempting [to give up acting] but at the moment, I earn better as an actor than a farmer. It's always hard leaving it, it was hard getting on the train this morning, it gets harder. I love every inch of the farm, every tree."