Clive Owen, the cover star of April’s new-look GQ, is just your average fortysomething north London father of two – apart, that is, from the matinée idol looks, the Armani suits, the multimillion-dollar movie career and the sizzling screen romance with Julia Roberts. Alex Bilmes meets this most circumspect of leading men, the former Chancer who found fame in Croupier and now finds himself starring opposite Naomi Watts in The International and about to appear opposite Roberts in espionage caper Duplicity. “I’m from a working-class background,” says Owen. “I’ve been lucky. Things have swung my way.