Jennifer Connelly, asked to reflect on what she learns from her characters, explains that she learns about the perspectives of other people
Rhea Seehorn has had the opportunity to grow as an actress since starring on Better Call Saul, especially since she’s best known for sitcoms.
The Good Fight’s Christine Baranski spoke in detail about finding the right “voice” for her character — quite literally, in this sense.
Betty Gilpin on Why She Loves Her Role on ‘GLOW’: “It’s like a creativity potpourri on speed in a blender”
Betty Gilpin talks about the challenges she has faced in her role on GLOW and why she doesn’t think of nude scenes as a big deal.
Jason Bateman spoke about how he relays on his acting “muscle” when directing and how he often “represents the audience” in his roles.
‘Space Force’ Casting Directors: “We pride ourselves on bringing in new, fresh faces” and “journeyman actors”
Allison Jones and Ben Harris chat about casting the series, which also included series star Ben Schwartz on how they impacted his career.
Sarah Chalke Remembers Her Audition for ‘Scrubs’: “I thought I was maybe dreaming when I got that phone call”
Actress Sarah Chalke explains how she at first didn’t take the audition for Scrubs too seriously — until she read the script.
Tituss Burgess on Why His Role in ‘Kimmy Schmidt’ Was “Divine Intervention” and Going to “Couples Therapy” with Theatre
Tituss Burgess had something of a change of heart when it came to Broadway and that “Kimmy Schmidt” was a literal answer to his prayers.
Cobie Smulders did a small amount of acting as a teenage model, but didn’t realize she could do it for a living until she tried again in college.
Bradley Whitford spoke about his television work and what he specifically learned about television acting from his soap opera experience.
Peter Sarsgaard on Playing a Detective in ‘Interrogation’, Finding the Right Shoes and Looking to Animals for Inspiration
Peter Sarsgaard speaks about the challenges of playing a homicide detective and how it differs from one of his most famous roles in Boys Don’t Cry.
AJ Buckley reveals how his physical transformation surprised many during his audition process and how satisfying it was for him.
Domhnall Gleeson spoke about why he has difficulty performing in his own voice as well as what recognition for his work means to him as an actor.
Rhea Seehorn reflects on her sitcom experience prior to Better Call Saul and how she portrays a character who is so different in personality from her own.
Josh Radnor is keenly aware of the importance of having trust in how creators will steer the series after thoroughly reviewing the pilot’s script.
Jonathan Banks explains that his casting on Breaking Bad was serendipitous after Bob Odenkirk couldn’t work on an episode because of scheduling conflicts.
Kerry Washington talks about the role that posture played in her portrayal of Olivia Pope and Anita Hill in the 2016 HBO movie Confirmation.
‘Better Call Saul’ Star Rhea Seehorn on Her Career and Reveals Why She’s on Set for Scenes She Isn’t In
Rhea Seehron explains how she ended up acting after planning to become a painter and why she reports to set even when she’s not supposed to be in a scene.
Actor Sterling K. Brown shared something he learned while in graduate school about acting that has helped him on the hit NBC show, ‘This Is Us’.
Tyler Labine understood that despite his extensive comedic background, New Amsterdam wasn’t looking for comic relief when he auditioned for the part.