Colin Morgan in Dior Homme, Actor in the SS17 issue of Mykro Mag.
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Colin Morgan attends the Derren Brown Ghost Train Rise of the Demons Red Carpet Launch in March 2017.
A woman, happily married and with children, considers whether her settled life leaves her free to make her own choices. Written by Joan Bakewell in response to Harold Pinter’s 1978 play Betrayal and based on their 1960’s affair, the drama throws a new light on how it came about.
Written by Joan Bakewell
Produced by Charlotte Riches.
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“I’m inspired by anyone who is passionate and dedicated to what they do, not just in acting and storytelling but in any arena, the commitment to a process is always an admirable thing and I can spot it so clearly in people and projects, even if the end result isn’t successful or a spectacle – for me it isn’t about that, it’s about the process to get there and the results are really out of our control. I admire filmmakers and storytellers like Sam Mendes, Paul Thomas Anderson, Tim Burton. I admire writers like Tennessee Williams, John Steinbeck, Harold Pinter and current playwrights like Jez Butterworth and Conor McPhearson. Actors like Sean Penn, Paul Newman, Phillip Seymour Hoffman. Those are my rock-steady favourites, but I find I’m discovering inspiration every day.”
The short movie The Laughing King starring Colin Morgan has a new website.
Now available to watch online!
Channel 4 (National Treasure, No Offence, Catastrophe) and AMC (The Walking Dead, Better Call Saul) confirmed today that the Kudos (Apple Tree Yard, Broadchurch) produced, critically acclaimed series Humans has been re-commissioned for a third series.