Category: STAR POWER
As the BBC serves up restaurant drama Boiling Point, star and executive producer Hannah Walters tells DQ about its journey from short film to the small screen, and how she and husband Stephen Graham are telling stories through their own company, Matriarch Productions.
Irish television personality Baz Ashmawy reflects on writing and starring in his first scripted series, Faithless, in which he plays an out-of-sorts father who must look after his three daughters alone after a tragic accident.
Laura Checkley and Faraz Ayub, stars of Channel 4 prison drama Screw, do time with DQ to discuss the show’s uncensored view of life behind bars and the demands of playing prison officers.
French actor Sara Mortensen discusses her role in international hit detective series Astrid: Murder in Paris, representation in television and why she doesn’t watch many series.
Quantum Leap stars Raymond Lee and Caitlin Bassett speak to DQ about making the NBC time-travel series, taking on their first ever starring roles and the ‘terrifying’ prospect of reviving the classic 1980s show on which it is based.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power star Owain Arthur reflects on making season one of the Prime Video series, reveals how he gets into character as Prince Durin and looks ahead to what’s in store in season two.
Three US actors – Dylan McDermott, Tracy Spiridakos and Ainsley Seiger – give DQ an insight into joining and working within the shared television universes of three of TV’s biggest series franchises: Law & Order, Chicago and FBI.
Hollywood star Denise Richards discusses her latest television role, in financial drama Paper Empire, and looks back on a career that took off with movies including Starship Troopers and James Bond feature The World is Not Enough.
As the antagonists in BBC drama Wolf, Sacha Dhawan and Iwan Rheon form a decidedly deadly duo. They tell DQ why this series pushes the boundaries of the crime genre, and discuss their eccentric double act and operatic lip-syncing.
Actor John Reardon and dog master Sherri Davis spill the secrets of working with Diesel vom Burgimwald, the canine star of Canadian police procedural Hudson & Rex, as the show approaches its 100th episode.
Israeli series Aleph (Unsilenced) dramatises true events surrounding allegations of sexual abuse against a high-ranking politician. Stars Avraham Shalom Levi and Nelly Mira Rubin tell DQ why they hope the show gets people talking.
Actor and stand-up comic Bridget Christie tells DQ about writing her first television series, The Change, a Channel 4 comedy-drama pitched as Shirley Valentine meets Deliverance – with pigs.
Catching up with DQ at this week’s Monte-Carlo Television Festival, The Righteous Gemstones and The Conners star John Goodman looks back on his career, picks out some of his best screen roles and explains why he believes the future is bright for acting talent.
ITVX comedy-drama Significant Other marks the latest on-screen role for Kéllé Bryan, who tells DQ how she has moved from chart-topping Eternal singer to television actor.
Rotem Sela and Yehuda Levi discuss starring in Israeli surrogacy drama Goof Shlishi (A Body that Works), playing a married couple and tackling tough subjects on television.
Mobility star and writer Jack Carroll tells DQ about creating the BBC comedy short about three friends on a school bus, where he gets his sense of humour and why he hopes the short could be the pilot for a full-length series.
Film and television actor Robert Davi introduces his latest series, Paper Empire, in which he plays a financial wizard on the run from the authorities after becoming the world’s biggest crypto fraudster.
Tom Jones stars Solly McLeod and Pearl Mackie explain how this four-part adaptation of Henry Fielding’s 18th century novel brings a modern sensibility to the classic story of two people from opposite sides of society destined to find true love.
In Fox comedy Animal Control, star Joel McHale shares the spotlight with a host of furry and feathered co-stars. DQ speaks to the former Community man about making the series and finding the secret recipe for sitcom success.
The true story of the woman who helped Anne Frank hide from the Nazis during the Second World War is dramatised in National Geographic limited series A Small Light. Stars Bel Powley and Joe Cole tell DQ about playing the inspiring characters at the centre of this factual drama.