Category: STAR POWER
Actor Darya Moroz speaks to DQ about her role in Russian series Gold Diggers, presenting modern-day Moscow on screen and her journey behind the camera to become the drama’s showrunner.
British actor Ben Miller reveals why playing the title character in the UK remake of Belgian crime series Professor T is the part of a lifetime, as he talks about overcoming obsessive-compulsive disorder and his love of European drama.
Actors Natasha Little, Ty Tennant, Bayo Gbadamosi and Pearl Chanda discuss alien invasions in season two of War of the Worlds, Canal+ and The Walt Disney Company’s update of HG Wells’ classic novel.
British actor Rakie Ayola speaks to DQ about her award-winning turn in BBC drama Anthony, which imagines the life 18-year-old Anthony Walker might have lived had he not been murdered in 2005, and explains how she got into character to play his mother Gee.
Danish actors Carsten Bjørnlund and Marie Bach Hansen discuss playing husband and wife in ‘blue sky’ crime drama Hvide Sande (White Sands), in which they star as detectives who go undercover to solve a murder in an idyllic coastal town.
Kim’s Convenience star Simu Liu talks about becoming the first Asian ‘title superhero’ in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and discusses how minority actors should be better utilised to shape their characters and stories on screen.
Singer-turned-actor Amy Deasismont speaks to DQ about writing, co-directing and starring in Swedish comedy drama Thunder in my Heart, the story of a group of friends navigating their 20s together.
Bulgarian actor Julian Kostov tells DQ about his roles in fantasy drama Shadow & Bone and crime series Temple, as well as running a management company that seeks to bring greater representation to Eastern Europeans both in front of and behind the camera.
Ackley Bridge star Sunetra Sarker tells DQ about how the school-set drama has been revamped for its fourth season and discusses her role behind the scenes as an associate producer.
Glee and Vikings star Jessalyn Gilsig speaks to DQ about her latest project, Disney+ series Big Shot, shining a light on women in sport and reuniting with Big Little Lies creator David E Kelley.
Emily Watson and Denise Gough go head-to-head in ITV drama Too Close, a psychological thriller about a forensic psychiatrist who faces up to secrets in her own life when assigned to assess a mother accused of a horrendous crime.
Normal People stars Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar-Jones look back on the success of the BBC and Hulu drama, based on Sally Rooney’s bestselling novel, and recall their time on set together.
Actors Elaine Cassidy, Tom Meeten and Sally Lindsay look back on their experience filming Channel 5 thriller Intruder, in which a couple’s idyllic life is sent spiralling after they become victims of a break-in.
Malcolm McDowell, the prolific film and television star most recognisable for his role in A Clockwork Orange, tells DQ about the lessons he has learned during his career on screen.
Eli Ben-David and Héloïse Godet, the stars of Israeli drama The Attaché, discuss their collaboration in front of and behind the camera on this relationship drama set in the aftermath of a terrorist attack in Paris.
Aylin Tezel, the star of German thriller Unbroken, reveals how the series mixes elements of crime drama and psycho-thriller to tell the story of a police officer searching for her newborn baby after being kidnapped.
Actors Teo Yoo and Yuriri Naka discuss their roles in The Window, a German/Japanese scripted drama that plays out in the world of professional football and follows the battle to control a potential superstar.
Game of Thrones star Sibel Kekilli unwraps her role in Finnish thriller Bullets, reflects on her time in the HBO smash hit and discusses her hopes for more complex roles for women.
Johannes Holopainen speaks to DQ about heading the cast of Finnish drama All the Sins, its themes of religious oppression and why it’s not just another Nordic noir series.