Behold! Star Force 3 😂
Behold! Star Force 3 😂
Steven Cree supporting Sam and Graham
14th November 2020
When my Outlander and US politics obsessions meet randomly on Twitter.
(Here’s an interview I did with actor Steven Cree, which appeared in the Ayrshire Post, Kilmarnock Standard and Irvine Herald, after he appeared in Big Finish Torchwood audio Uncanny Valley. From 25 March 2016)
An Ayrshire actor has been putting the world in danger in his latest role.
Steven Cree, from Kilmarnock, has locked horns with John Barrowman in an audio episode of hit TV series Torchwood.
The former pupil of Grange Academy was delighted to feature in the series, a spin-off from Doctor Who, in a fully-licensed play produced by London-based Big Finish Productions.
Steven is no stranger to the world of cult television, having played Ian Murray in the international hit series Outlander, which is filmed in Cumbernauld and around Scotland, has already visited Ayrshire, as last July hundreds of cast and crew set up at the historic Barskimming Estate near Mauchline, while last December stars Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe ilmed at Kilmarnock’s Dean Castle last week.
Steven appears in the Torchwood play Uncanny Valley, which was recently released.
He says: “I’d worked with the director Neil Gardner before, having first done a radio play with him about 10 years ago, and we’ve worked together a few times since. He’s really become a friend in that time.
“He asked me if I’d be interested in coming in to do a Torchwood script, and he put my name forward to Big Finish. They fired the script over to me and I was completely blown away by it.
“When I was describing the story to a couple of people I know, I told them I was playing a character, the haracter’s robot double, and he gets to sleep with himself and John Barrowman!
“I’d never seen Torchwood when it was on television, but I was very aware of it. I knew it was a bit of a bonkers world, and this story, every by Torchwood standards, was kind of off the wall.”
Neil was delighted to get the chance to work with his fellow Scot John Barrowman, who plays Torchwood’s charismatic leader Captain Jack Harkness.
Steven revealed: “I’m a big fan of John Barrowman and was quite excited to get to work with him as he’s a fellow Scot.
“He was in Palm Springs, recording his side of it, and it was about 9am for him, and it was around 6pm for me.
“When I was speaking to him, he slipped back into his native accent. A lot of people think he puts it on, but really, when he speaks to another Scot, he just slips back into it. I could tell his accent was authentic!
“We had a great laugh, because we have a similar sense of humour, and we were both trying to outshock each other!
“Considering it was first thing in the morning for him, he was really bright and ready to go. It was good fun.”
Steven has a number of big screen credits to his name, including 300: Rise of an Empire, and Maleficent, with Angelina Jolie. He also provided a voice in the Pixar film Brave.
He’s also featured in TV series including the BBC’s Lip Service, and as John Henderson in the second series of ITV’s Shetland. However, it’s Outlander that has brought him lots of recognition, at home and abroad.
Steven tells The Ticket: “Outlander has been an amazing thing to be a part of. It’s rather like Game of Thrones, in that not a lot of people knew about it until it was brought to television screens.
“It now has its own cult following, with millions of fans all over the world.
“I’m not on Twitter or any social media sites like that, but I’ve met quite a few of the fans over the years, so I’m aware just how fiercely loyal and enthusiastic they are about the show. It’s very cool.
“I get recognised the odd time, but really, no one has any idea who I am because I look so different from my character in the show. There’s never any real danger of being recognised, in that sense. It’s the ideal situation!
“But it’s great to be in the series - I’m very proud of it. I was just gutted that I missed out when they were filming in Kilmarnock - I wasn’t in any of that!
“I’m now based in London, but I like to get up the road when I can - I’m a big Kilmarnock fan so am always looking out for their results.
“I was up when we were shooting season two of Outlander, so yes, I love coming home.”
Nuova foto di Matthew nella seconda stagione di A Discovery Of Witches!
L’ha condivisa Deborah Harkness sui suoi canali social per celebrare il compleanno di Matthew de Clermont.
“On this day—the feast of All Souls—around the year 500 AD, Matthew de Clermont was born in a small village called Saint-Lucien.”
Fonte: Deborah Harkness, 02/11/20
Trailer to Star Force 3 is out!!
Movie will follow “soon(ish)” 😄
Wales will go into a national “firebreak” lockdown for 17 days starting from 6pm on Friday until midnight on Monday 9 November
- BBC Wales
*The cast of #ADoWS3 bts (photo: ADoW TV)
A Discovery of Witches Series 2 | Behind The Magic
Teresa Palmer: What about the giggle day?
Just something to tide us through Droughtlander!
Something different from Cree – new program on PBS.
Steven Cree IG story, October 3rd 2020
This is gold! 😂
SAM TROLLING STEVEN CREE’S LIVE 😆
★ Elmyra Duff thanking Spielberg for making her part bigger. You may want to take that back Duff, you are FIRED for the reboot. 😂
Call Fudonna! Maybe she’ll do the role. 📱
★ In one episode of Tiny Toon Adventures there are photos of Elmyra Duff on the wall, but she’s not White, she’s Black. 🤔