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Byline: Ruben V. Nepales
LOS ANGELESIn the end, the daily headache and numbness of his left arm while he was filming The Kings Speech were worth it. Colin Firth recently won the Golden Globe Best Actor-Drama award for his portrayal of King George VI and how he battled stuttering at a crucial time in World War II-era Britain.
In our interview, Colin revealed the physical challenges he endured to effectively portray the monarch with the debilitating speech impediment. Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham-Carter, both wonderful as an unorthodox speech therapist, Lionel Logue, and Queen Elizabeth, respectively, helped the king overcome stuttering so he could deliver crucial speeches, inspire his people and unite them in battle. Colin …