David also talks about his time at Juilliard and the first things he does when he gets a role.
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Ironside also chats about how he chooses his projects and why he likes to help out indie filmmakers.
Scott also talks about auditions and if she felt pressure being the lead in her first big studio film.
Interview: Brian Dennehy on ‘The Song of Sway Lake’, Acting and One Audition That Changed Everything
Dennehy also reveals the advice that Christopher Plummer gave him that he still uses today.
Takei chats about his activism, why he took the role in American and bringing the musical, Allegiance, to Broadway.
“I was like, ‘I’m not gonna get a four year contract on a soap.’ I wasn’t nervous whatsoever. Of course, don’t you know, that’s the one I booked.” – Chrishell Stause
“You always want to start a character in the moment. If you walk out on stage, you wanna bring with you that moment that happened to you before you walked out on the stage.” – Brent Jennings
“That, for me, is the only thing that’s interesting about it.” – Rufus Sewell on Finding and Playing the Different Levels of His Character
“I come prepared. I come ready… When I’m prepared, now I’m ready to have fun, and I’m no longer nervous, I’m just excited.” – Russell Hornsby
“Once you step in front of the camera, everything’s a lie. You got to find out a way to tell your truth” – John C. McGinley
“I think of it as an athlete during the off season, they’re not going to stop training and expect to go into the next season 100%.” – Tiera Skovbye on Why She Still Takes Acting Classes
Interview: Garret Dillahunt on ‘Benched’, Why He Moved From NYC to LA and That One “Embarassing” Audition
“When I first discovered acting, it was therapeutic for me… I just loved hiding in other people.” – Garret Dillahunt
Davalos and O’Mara talked about their characters, alternate realities and what it was like for O’Mara to join the cast.
She talks about the film, playing possessed, working with Amy Adams and why she creates a different book for each of her characters.
In a backstage press conference the cast talks about the upcoming season, how Jodie felt becoming the first female Doctor, the origin of her costume and more.
“It’s easy to get stale in our business if you’re not working around the environment” – Temuera Morrison
“In a matter of two days, I found out that I was going to be playing Emma and that in a week and a half we would start shooting” – Actress Mishel Prada on Getting Cast in ‘Vida’
Skelton talks about her role in 211, working with Cage, how she perfected her American accent and of course, Outlander.
“I don’t think that you can really know the trajectory of your career until it decides for you, and then you know your place.” – Katee Sackhoff
“I feel very blessed to have gotten this opportunity to delve into this character.” – Jenna Elfman