Category: STAR POWER
Guerrilla stars Babou Ceesay and Freida Pinto discuss the love story at the heart of Oscar-winner John Ridley’s examination of race relations in 1970s London.
French actor Vahina Giocante tells DQ about starring in 12-part drama Mata Hari, which tells the story of the real-life exotic dancer, courtesan and infamous spy.
While locations often bring a series to life, few had as much impact as the setting of Midnight Sun, both on and off screen, as the drama’s leading actors tell DQ.
Actors Seda Bakan and Kadir Doğulu introduce DQ to Turkish drama Bana Sevmeyi Anlat (Wings of Love), in which their characters come together in search of love and a better life.
James Bond movie star Pierce Brosnan discusses his much-anticipated return to television in AMC oil drama The Son.
Alexander Siddig is used to playing characters with accents – but his next role, as Aristotle Onassis, presented a very different challenge, as he told DQ.
Thekla Reuten tells DQ about joining the cast of Stan Lee’s Lucky Man and ponders what she might do with a bit of good fortune.
Stefanie Martini steps into Helen Mirren’s shoes as Prime Suspect 1973 tells the story of how Jane Tennison began her police career in 1970s London.
Michael Dorman and Terry O’Quinn lead the line in Patriot, Amazon’s latest original drama, which centres on the complicated life of a US intelligence officer. They tell DQ about their father-son relationship on screen and the unique style of showrunner Steve Conrad.
US star Kiefer Sutherland reveals why he elected to play the president in US drama Designated Survivor and what he learned from working on 24.
Fresh from her triumph at the International Emmys, Christiane Paul isn’t taking success for granted. She tells DQ about leaving medicine to become an actor and how she chooses her next ‘adventure.’
Married actors Halit Ergenç and Bergüzar Korel reveal what brought them together on screen as the stars of Turkish historical drama Vatanim Sensin (Wounded Love), in which they play a couple torn apart by the First World War.
Actors Billy Campbell and Karine Vanasse introduce DQ to Canadian suspense thriller Cardinal, which is based on the novels by Giles Blunt and follows the investigation into the death of a 13-year-old girl.
Luke Roberts and Frank Spotnitz take DQ behind the scenes of Ransom, revealing why this show isn’t just another hostage drama.
Richard Dormer and Dennis Quaid do their best to avoid spoilers as they tell DQ about the “crazy” world of Fortitude, which is back for a second season.
The stars and producers of wartime series The Halcyon discuss the show’s hotel setting and why music plays such an important part in the drama.
Walton Goggins and Barry Sloane tell DQ how History’s military drama Six portrays modern warfare as the members of Navy SEAL Team Six balance their home lives with engaging in combat missions around the world.
One day Jannis Niewöhner was shooting an art-house film, the next he was giving a rallying speech to 150 extras on the set of a German historical miniseries. He tells DQ about period drama Maximilian and Marie de Bourgogne.
Swedish actor Alexandra Rapaport tells DQ about starring in long-running crime drama Morden i Sandhamn and how she is enjoying being on both sides of the camera on returning thriller Gåsmamman.