Well, as nice as it is to see BD Wong return to the Jurassic Park series and in an expanded part at that (and it’s *very* nice and well deserved), I’m *thrilled* to see the return of Will Harris. Read more
Having done a few of these Random Roles pieces myself, I hesitate to criticize what was left out, because you can never get it all. But I’d have liked to hear about Wolfen, in which he played a morgue attendant, and also would love to know how his unique surname came about. How did he, or one of his forbears, rise… Read more
Damn speaking of fourth, I almost forgot Caesar Romero’s Joker. Granted, he’s not based on Killing Joke’s Joker, but he’s still pretty good Joker in his own maniacal ways.
Thank you for adding that, I am sated! Damn, I really do want to see more Harry Lennix doing Shakespeare. He would have made a great Angelo in Measure for Measure some time ago, because he could pull off that holier-than-thou abstemious jerk thing (see: the bad Matrices). Now I’d love to see him as Macbeth, Kent in… Read more
I’m a huge fan of Colm Feore. I’m one of those many Michiganders who would move to Stratford in a heartbeat if I could afford it and Canada would let me. I had tickets to see him in Richard III before it was cancelled for the pandemic. One of many huge disappointment from that crap year. Read more
You can always tell a Will Harris RR within two questions. Thanks for this one, Colm Feore elevates everything he’s in and he sounds like a totally hoot to interview.
Good to know Colm Feore has an enthusiastic personality, humble and thankful. Will Harris does it again, great choice of actor!
Just want to say this is one of my favorite features on this site. Not every actor is a leading man/woman, but you can still have a great career. The actors interviewed for these pieces are always so forthcoming and really appreciative of what they have.
This may be as interesting and informative as any of these articles I’ve ever read! He sounds like such a smart, feet-on-the-ground type of man. I saw him in a store in New York once and said hello to him, but I wish I had stopped to talk.