"She can have me whenever she wants me, put it that way. "For now, Treadaway is taking a well-earned rest from the theatre.
Whenever we see each other we always boringly talk about what we're going to do next. He finished his West End run in The Curious Incident at the end of August, and after an all-night wrap party, hopped on a 5am plane to Spain.
It's weird." But they also loved all of the same things. "He was leaning out of the window and was the first person we met when we arrived.
We've been best mates ever since." Aged 18, they both enrolled at Lamda."We weren't going to draw straws or toss a coin to decide who couldn't go.
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Luke Treadaway is the National Theatre's million-dollar man.
Now 28, in the last six years he has taken the lead in two of the most successful shows in the theatre's history.
In 2007, he was Albert in the original production of War Horse, a show that has since transferred to the West End and Broadway, been seen by over four million people worldwide and inspired a Hollywood movie.
Before that, his biggest film was the excellent Attack the Block.
Until then he is enjoying playing guitar in the Highgate flat he shares with his actor twin, Harry, actress girlfriend, Ruta Gedmintas, and musician friend Johnny.
"I'd been thinking that when I finish this play, I must sit down and bloody play some guitar again. You have the time to decompress and realise that it's not all about acting. He's still there."That said, he admits that it is a relief not to be going on stage tonight.
There will be something, I'm sure." Having played two teenagers, might it be time to stop waxing his chest and start playing… Today, fresh from holiday, he looks relaxed, dressed in a vest and jeans, grey Reebok hi-tops and a gap-year necklace in the shape of a fish.
He is on a break – but it is the nicest kind of actor's break. "There have been hard times and great times and times in between," he says. Horrible.") Hollywood has, unsurprisingly, come calling – and in the next few weeks he will head to LA to prepare for a big job his agent forbids him to talk about.
He is the star of The Rise, an offbeat British heist with Timothy Spall and Vanessa Kirby, which is released this weekend and is unusual for being set in Leeds, not London.