Patrick Stewart goes into detail about returning to his role and what’s different about portraying a nearly 100 year-old Picard.
Brian Cox speaks about his entire career, with a strong focus on his dominating role on Succession.
The talk focuses on Rhea Seehorn’s Better Call Saul role, but she does speak about her long road to booking the series.
Lupita Nyong’o chats to SAG about her work on Serengeti, 12 Years a Slave as well as her other acclaimed roles.
Josh Gad discusses voicing the world’s most famous snowman and his other major roles, including his current HBO series, Avenue 5.
Back to the Future is perfectly cast even though it started with Eric Stoltz in the role of Marty before the filmmakers hired Michael J. Fox
Ian McShane speaks about his career as an actor and his approach to some of his most memorable roles in both film and television.
James Marsden talks about his performance in Dead to Me and what it’s like to be playing two brothers on the same television series.
Though the conversation mainly focuses on Andrew Garfield’s role in Breathe, he also spoke about his other roles and experiences as an actor.
Edward Norton speaks in depth about his career in depth and why he is so dedicated to his craft.
Debra Messing reflects on the revival of Will & Grace and the impact that series had on her career as an actress.
Though it primarily focuses on Elisabeth Moss’ role in ‘Shirley’, it also delves into her recent successes and what challenges she wants to overcome.
Willem Dafoe sat for a conversation for the SAG-AFTRA Foundation late last year to discuss his performance in Edward Norton’s film, Motherless Brooklyn.
The Emmy Award-nominated actor recently participated in a Conversations at Home Q&A session for SAG-AFTRA Foundation focusing on his This Is Us role.
Rachel Borsnahan speaks about starring in a critically-acclaimed period series that has become the biggest hit of Amazon Prime’s streaming lineup.
Jonathan Pryce speaks in depth about his many roles in film (including an in depth discussion about his part in The Two Popes), television, and stage.
The conversation with Richard E. Grant focused on his long acting career including, Withnail & I and his Oscar-nominated work in Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Richard Jenkins speaks extensively about finding his niche as a character actor, playing a wide range of characters for a number of acclaimed directors.
Though much of the conversation focuses on Amy Ryan’s recent role in ‘Lost Girls’, it quickly delves deeply into her past work on screen and stage.
Christine Baranski speaks about portraying Diane Lockhart as a supporting character on The Good Wife and currently as the lead character of The Good Fight.