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"No matter how big the show gets, it wouldn't be anything without the fans" This quote, said to me post interview marks Clayne Crawford to a tee. A brilliant actor, and true gentleman who echoes the sentiments of his fellow Lethal Weapon cast. Clayne is very well established actor, having been in shows such as NCIS New Orleans and as Ted Talbot in Rectify as well as films such as Spectral. However, he is currently rocking the screens worldwide as Martin Riggs in the TV show based on the Lethal Weapon series. He even does a great Swedish Chef impression ;) Sit back and enjoy the amazing Clayne Crawford.

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Paul Amos is a fantastic actor and immense fun. He has taken fans by storm in his roles on TV, notably in Lost Girl. However, it's as his alter-ego in the Syndicate - the Victorian installment of the Assassin's Creed saga that has seen his popularity soar. As Jacob Frye, one half of the Frye Twins (check out my site for interview with Victoria Atkin, aka Evie Frye) he has garnered support worldwide including a dark xxx rated blog on Tumblr where the stories are excellent, taking Jacob on a very different journey. Paul loves the fans, and has a lot of fun meeting them at conventions. Sit back and enjoy listening to your questions being answered by the assassin himself, Paul Amos

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Mike Beckingham is a British screen actor. Having starred in several films such as Birdwatcher and Narcissis, as well as the upcoming Redwood, from the same team that brought us Pandorica last year. Mike is currently filming Black Site, another film by Pandorica's Tom Paton where he had a role written especially for him, which is a huge honour and also in Pegasus Bridge, which is a faithful retelling of the battle of Pegasus Bridge where Mike portrays Corporal Bill Bailey. This is looking set to be a WW2 masterpiece. You can hear the director and other cast on my show also. Sit back and enjoy a very warm and friendly chat with Mike Beckingham

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Lexi is an amazing talented actress, who has been making a name for herself in the industry. She is accomplished on stage as well as screen, and even voice over work. Sit back and enjoy a candid, open chat and ramblings of me & Lexi over acting, her loves and inspirations, theatre compared to screen and much more.

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Victoria landed her first role 6 months out of acting school and it happened to be in one of the most popular shows in the UK and as a recurring character with a highly complicated and inspirational story!

 

Since then Victoria has been working away and has become known worldwide for her role as one half of the Frye Twins in Assassins Creed Syndicate - Evie Frye. She is also to be seen soon in the TV series Extinct as Feena. Extinct is set four hundred years after the extinction of the human race, a small group of humans is revived by an alien civilization.

 

Sit back and enjoy Victoria answering your questions and more!

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Mhairi Isla Calvey was born in Glasgow and spent her childhood on the Isle Of Arran, off the West Coast of Scotland. Related to the actor Wolf Kahler ('Indiana Jones: Raiders Of The Lost Ark'). Acting is in the blood which meant Mhairi was a film buff from an early age.
At the age of 5, Mhairi made her movie debut playing the role of 'Young Murron' in Mel Gibson's film 'Braveheart', which went on to win five Oscars and 'the thistle scene' became one of the most popular Hollywood scenes of all time.
Shortly after filming Mhairi returned to school and started her career on stage performing in several theatres in the UK.
Mhairi spent two years training and performing with The Forthwall Theatre company in York. Then in 2006 Mhairi was reunited with actors James Robinson and Andrew Weir ('Braveheart') and invited to New York to take part in the event 'Dressed to Kilt' alongside Sean Connery and Brian Cox which aired on American TV. Later that year Mhairi was invited to do the same production in L.A where she worked with Linda Hamilton and Ashley Jensen. At age 18, Mhairi was accepted and given a full Scholarship to attend the prestigious Guildford School of Acting. During this time she made an appearance on the BBC's 'Scotland On Screen' with Alan Cumming.
Mhairi graduated in late 2010. Four months after graduating drama school Mhairi played the lead role in the independent romance ghost movie 'Any Minute Now' where she played a teenage narcoleptic girl who discovers something sinister in the town she's moved to. After earning good reviews from critics for her performance and gaining recognition from her peers, she was also nominated for best leading actress in an independent movie for her performance along with actors such as Mia Wasikowska. During this time Mhairi also acted in the film 'Five Pillars'.
After several notable on screen performances including playing the dangerous seductress in the crime thriller TV Movie 'Gemini' for which she won best actress at L.A film festival. Mhairi also starred as the title role in the action thriller 'Eden Grey', Penny in the series 'Horizon' and in 'Alan' directed by Oscar nominated director Matthias Lebeer. Starring as the lead 'Crystal' in sci-fi thriller 'Abduct' alongside William B Davis, Mark Arnold and Sienna Guillory meant that Mhairi established herself as one of the up and coming actors of British films.

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Now and then you discover an author who totally captures your imagination. Little did I realise that when looking for a new audio book for the car would I find Paul E Cooley and his series The Black. A brilliant trio of books (so far) which stir the imagination and senses, instilling fear and suspense at every turn. In 2015, Paul won the Parsec Award for The Black and its sequel is up for one this year. He has authored many books, but The Black has been a huge success followed by Derelict: Marines and Derelict: Tomb, both available on amazon.com and audible (Tomb will be available in the next couple of weeks). Paul is an experiecned and award winning podcaster too, co-hosting the Dead Robots' Society podcast, a weekly roundtable discussion podcast examining issues related to writing with a speculative fiction focus. Sit back and enjoy

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Kevin is an accomplished actor, who prides himself on never having been unemployed in his long career. He was in the acclaimed British gangster film The Long Good Friday, through to Z Cars, Downton Abbey, and more recently in Designated Survivor as well as being the beloved Mr Gibbs in the Pirates of the Caribbean films. Please sit back and enjoy as I ask your questions, and a bit of banter with Kevin McNally

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For my latest episode and to celebrate my 80th episode, I am proud to bring to you the reknowned and talented actor whois known to millions as Walter Bishop/Walternate, to millions more as Denethor, or Henry in Sleepy Hollow and even Sherlock Holmes' father in Elementary. He is an esteemed stage actor also. None other than John Noble.

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Charlie Halford is known to Hellblazers worldwide as Chaz. A huge comicbook fan himself, Charlies describes himself as a fanboy. Since Constantine, Charlie has been working really hard and done several game voiceovers, most recently being Gorilla Grodd in Injustice 2, as well as appearing in hit shows like Lucifer, Supergirl, Rectify and more. It’s always a pleasure to talk with Charlie, and I hope you all enjoy the show!

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