If you didn't already love Patrick Stewart, the below video may just change your mind. 

The 77-year-old actor is known for speaking his mind - as James Corden found out, to his dismay - and his latest revelation throws similar disregard to the concept of schmoozing within the industry.

Stewart was participating in a Q&A at the Emerald City Comic Con (which was filmed in 2013 but has only come to light now) when he was asked about working on David Lynch's 1984 film 'Dune' - and specifically, what it was like working with stars like Sting - but he didn't have a clue who he was.

"Music, at least popular music, has never played a big part in my life,' he said. "I had never heard of Sting. That's how isolated I was from the music world."

He added: "I heard he was a musician ... and so the second or third day we're just hanging out on the set, just him and me, and I say, 'So, you're a musician?' And he said, 'Yup.' And I said, 'What do you play?' And he said, 'Bass.' And I said, 'You know, I've often wondered what is it like carrying that huge thing around everywhere you go.' 

"And God bless him, he said, 'No, bass guitar.' And I said, 'Are you a solo artist?' And he said, 'No, I'm in a band.' And I said, Oh, what kind of band?' And he said, 'The Police'. "Folks, I said, 'You play in a police band?'"

He also revealed that he believed Lynch had mistakenly cast him in the film in the first place, saying: "The fact is David Lynch thought he had cast somebody else."

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