Stephen Moyer makes another appearance on AOLBuild

Stephen Moyer is all over New York City this week promoting his new TV show, The Bastard Executioner.  Now, he’s on AOL Build with a very interesting and intense interview with Moderator, Ricky Camilleri.  Steve talks about getting it right and being daring in acting. He discusses the differences between working for Alan Ball and Kurt Sutter, and that it really isn’t that different.  When asked about what Milus’ theme song should be he first says “Bad Things” would work for Milus as a theme song, but settles on the Rolling Stone’s “Sympathy for the Devil.” He also talks more about his acting style and so much more.

THIS IS CERTAINLY A WORTHY LISTEN!!!

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6 Comments

  1. This has to be one of the best interviews with Steve I’ve ever seen. Loved hearing more about acting and what he’s up to next. Even without puppies, this is my favorite of his recent interviews.

  2. Oh my God, what a great interview! I love listening to Stephen talk about the acting process. He gave such interesting insights into how he works. I also loved hearing about some of the behind the scenes stuff from TBX. Awesome that he told about that young actress who needed for the other actors to be quiet on the TBX set. Really looking forward to seeing her performance. Also excited to hear that there are so many things in the pipeline for Steve and Anna. Thank you so much for posting this.

  3. I just finished watching. Excellent interview. Great stuff shared by Stephen … his acting process, comparison of showrunners Alan Ball and Kurt Sutter, what he and Anna have planned, their 14 projects in the pipeline (impressive!), TBX behind the scenes. Nice to revisit his Romeo and Juliet experience and our beloved Bill in True Blood.

  4. This interview was amazing. It was so much richer than the fluff on Kelly and Michael and Jimmy Fallon. I love it when Stephen has a chance to talk about his craft and his relationships with other actors, directors, and his spouse. I could listen to him for days. : )

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