Jesse Plemons reveals that he discovered the character as he grew into the role because he wasn’t given much to start with from creator Vince Gilligan.
Browsing: Actors on Acting
Olivia Colman spoke about her early years before becoming an actress and what set her on the path to success.
Mandy Patinkin points out that it’s still in your best interests to handle as much of the work as you can as you concentrate on your craft.
Mary-Louise Parker also points out that while she may not always feel like greeting fans at the stage door, she feels that she owes it to the audience
Christian Bale says that he knows that while he didn’t necessarily act like Miles might’ve in certain situations, he felt it fit the character.
Chadwick Boseman speaks about research he did for ’21 Bridges’ and why he feels it’s “refreshing” to play a character outside of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Robert Pattinson explains why he enjoys offbeat roles and what he associates Method acting with.
‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco’ Star Jonathan Majors on Training and His Audition for the Film
Jonathan Majors spoke about landing the role and how he has always worked on projects he has been passionate about.
Bradley Cooper spoke about how his career has grown in the wake of A Star is Born and also details what he’s learned from his acting roles.
When it comes to roles, Esposito points out that his goal has been to move in a direction where he is performing multi-dimensional characters,
In order to research the way Mr. Rogers presented himself, Tom Hanks watched copious hours of his television show.
Kerry Washington spoke about the Netflix adaptation and how the role on stage helped her “shake off” her seven-year run on Scandal.
Though Patricia Clarkson has been a professional actress since the mid-1980s, she has received some of the greatest acclaim for Sharp Objects.
Rainn Wilson spoke about how Galaxy Quest affected his career and how, in some ways, he still has to work to get cast.
Eddie Murphy reflects on his career as one of the top box-office stars of all time, including his most acclaimed performances and what the future holds.
While the talk primarily focuses on The Sinner, actor Bill Pullman delves into his career that will soon be entering its fifth decade.
Bryan Cranston spoke about his return to Walter White, his signature character, and how he got back into the role for El Camino.
Rachel Skarsten spoke about the intriguing possibilities for her character and explained how that informs her portrayal of Alice in the CW’s Batwoman
Jon Bernthal talks about both the challenges of mo-cap acting for a video game, but also compares it to acting on stage in front of an audience.
Robert Pattinson spoke about how The Lighthouse’s rehearsal process caught him off-guard, but admitted it was liberating to play a “mad” character.