Geoffrey Rush is the only Australian actor to win an Oscar, an Emmy and a Tony. Always the character actor, and rarely the hero, his performances are famous for their physicality. But what were the influences on his work? Geoffrey talks about Arthur Koestler, the LeCoq Mime School in Paris; and the years when going on stage produced panic attacks. He muses on hats, his most difficult co-star, and the unpredictability of success.