Jesse Eisenberg spoke about the difficulties of portraying Marcel Marceau in Resistance, a person best known for his skills as a mime.
Browsing: Actors on Acting
Tyler Labine understood that despite his extensive comedic background, New Amsterdam wasn’t looking for comic relief when he auditioned for the part.
The Invisible Man’s Elisabeth Moss on Acting Opposite an Unseen Villain and What She’s Learned From Her TV Success
Though Elisabeth Moss acted opposite an invisible antagonist, she points out that it was not uniquely challenging because all acting requires imagination.
Danai Gurira on what she learned from portraying Michonne as well as the interesting way she trained with the character’s trademark sword.
Lee Pace spoke extensively about his career in film, television, and on the stage and his education as an actor.
Ben Mendelsohn, who plays the role of a detective who is seemingly facing a supernatural culprit. says that portraying the character was a “gift.”
When Did ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Star Noah Centineo Find Out He Wanted to Become an Actor?
Noah Centineo explains that it was the feeling he got from appearing in front of an audience that led him to pursuing acting.
Darren Criss reveals that it was actually an eight-year journey for him to appear in American Buffalo and why he is looking forward to returning to Broadway
Lesley Manville details her vast experience on both stage and screen as a powerful performer.
Rachel Weisz spoke about her career at length, including her roles on both screen and stage.
Edie Falco discusses how she prepares for a role and how sometimes the process takes you to unexpected places… quite literally!
Bill Nighy reflects on something he still has a lot of trouble doing even in a career that has spanned six decades: watching himself perform on screen.
Edward Norton revealed that his breakthrough role in the 1996 film Primal Fear came about from reaching out to Casting Director Deborah Aquila via a fax.
Eddie Murphy recalls how his audition went for Saturday Night Live — which, incidentally, was the only audition in his entire career.
Rafe Spall spoke about the pride he has for acting on the stage and the early influence his father, actor Timothy Spall, had on his career.
Robert Carlyle on the lengths he went to in order to get into past characters and how he has since learned it isn’t entirely necessary to be as “method-y.”
‘Bombshell’ Star Charlize Theron on How She Portrayed Megyn Kelly and Why She “Can’t Do the Method Thing”
Charlize Theron spoke about how she portrayed Megyn Kelly in Bombshell and why she doesn’t consider herself a Method actress.
Patrick Stewart reflected on the connection he has Picard and the challenges he had in his career after his first Star Trek series ended.
Saoirse Ronan on how her comfort level with acting has changed over the years and why she thinks of her performances in a similar way to approaching music
Alan Alda sat for a career-overview conversation. Although much of the hour-long conversation naturally focused on M*A*S*H, Alda goes in depth about his other work as well.