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NEW Interview with Tobias Menzies from Radio Times   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Tobias Menzies from Radio Times

From Radio Times:

Tobias Menzies says he has been “intrigued” by what he has discovered about Prince Philip since taking over playing the Queen’s husband in Netflix‘s The Crown

More after the jump!

The series has brought in an entirely new cast for the next stage in the royal drama, with Claire Foy and Matt Smith leaving the roles of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.

Golden Globe winner Olivia Colman and former Game of Thrones star Tobias Menzies take over as the two leads for series three and four, with Menzies admitting he was surprised by the Duke of Edinburgh’s “complex” history.

Speaking to RadioTimes.com at the The Third Poetry Gala from Platform Presents after party, the 44-year-old actor admitted, “I was’t massively interested in the royals before I took the part.”

However, the research and storylines for the new episodes of The Crown led him to see Prince Philip in a new light.

“I wasn’t someone who read about them or involved myself with them, but I’ve been very intrigued by his life. He’s a pretty interesting bloke,” he said.

“He’s a complex person, with complex stories. I have a lot of regard for him.”

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One response to “NEW Interview with Tobias Menzies from Radio Times

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  1. Great interview by Toby Menzies. A brilliant actor. Loved him in Outlander.

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