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Frank Dillane

Frank Dillane

Frank Dillane

Frank Dillane

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Film

and was awarded a BAFTA TV Award for Best Actor on Television in 2009. Dillane made his film debut at his side as an extra in Welcome to Sarajevo (1997) when he was six. He became more widely known when he portrayed Tom Riddle (a teenage Lord Voldemort) in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009).

(RADA) and graduated in 2013, with a Bachelor of Arts in Acting. In spite of the school rules specifying that actors are not permitted to accept professional acting work for the duration of the course, Dillane was allowed to play James Papadopoulos in the independent movie Papadopoulos & Sons (directed by Marcus Markou), since it was filmed during summer holidays in 2011. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Dead

Season 4 of Fear the Walking Dead has been full of big changes both in front of and behind the camera. A slew of new actors (Maggie Grace, Garret Dillahunt, Jenna Elfman, Kevin Zeggers) joined the show on screen. Lennie James’ Morgan crossed over from The Walking Dead. And Ian Goldberg and Andrew Chambliss replaced Dave Erickson as showrunners while Scott M. Gimple also came aboard to oversee the entire operation.

I liked Nick season 1. I think season 1 Nick as the most interesting as an actor to play. The longer it went on, the more the rules of the apocalypse were established and we take things for granted and Nick gets clean so it’s a lot easier. I remember in season 1 it was such a weird show. First of all, playing a junkie you had so much work to do and so much stuff to get into, and so much drugs to take. And then obviously as the apocalypse happens, everything becomes normalized and the stakes aren’t as high and there’s another dead person and there’s another dead person. I kind of miss that initial horror of the whole thing. ‘Cause once it went on, everyone becomes accustomed to it. Also, television, we shoot so much. It’s long. (Source: ew.com)

 

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