La promotion de Matthew Macfadyen à la RADA

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La promotion de Matthew Macfadyen à la RADA

Message  Matthieu le Mar 9 Juin 2009 - 19:18



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Re: La promotion de Matthew Macfadyen à la RADA

Message  Luce le Mer 10 Juin 2009 - 7:39

On a, bien entendu, envie de savoir ce que sont devenus ces futurs comédiens. Very Happy
Ceux, au moins, qui ont décidé de continuer...

Par exemple savoir que Philip Ayckbourn, en ce moment, anime une compagnie The Quorum Theatre qu'il a fondée avec une autre élève de RADA, Judi Amstrong, et que cette compagnie circule depuis lors dans le sud de la France, de Bordeaux à Nice ! Wink
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Matthew Rhys et Ioan Gruffudd

Message  Luce le Dim 16 Sep 2012 - 9:48

Les vies parallèles de deux amis de l'enfance au Pays de Galles à Hollywood ...

Matthew Rhys: 'We'd troll off to LA and try to nick jobs off the Americans' (The Independent, 8 septembre 2012). L'article est très riche.
A Los Angeles :
Either way, Welsh actor Matthew Rhys, who for five years played gay lawyer Kevin Walker in ABC’s prime-time drama Brothers & Sisters, belongs to a Celtic sub-section of this population, one dubbed the ‘LA Tafia’ - showbiz types from the Principality, such as Michael Sheen and Ioan Gruffudd, who gather to chin-wag in their mother tongue, to dream of good fish and chips (impossible to find apparently in Santa Monica) and to watch rugby.
“We do have a little Tafia thing and it’s not just actors, but every walk of life,” says Rhys in his mellifluous South Wales accent – Richard Burton without the 40-a-day basso profundo or alcoholic drawl. “I was shocked by the amount of Welsh people in LA. We’d go to this British pub to watch the Six Nations early in the morning and I remember the first time I walked in it was just a sea of red.”
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he has lived a remarkably parallel life to another darkly handsome Welsh actor, his best friend Ioan Gruffudd. Both men’s parents were teachers from Glamorgan and the actors went to the same schools in Cardiff, while Rhys followed Gruffudd to Rada. “He was a year older than I was, but we went through the same primary school and high school and chapel,” says Rhys. “When Ioan went to Rada I thought, ‘Oh… so you can do that [acting] for a living… maybe you don’t have to work’. Ioan paved the way and I followed.”
Sur RADA :
... when Rhys decided to follow Gruffudd to Rada, he won the prestigious Patricia Rothermere Scholarship (Maxine Peake was a later recipient). Matthew Macfadyen was a contemporary.

“Rada was a slap in the face,” he says. “The work rate there is big. I had friends at university and they were doing six hours of lectures every week and you’re doing 12 hours a day sometimes and worked Saturdays as well. It wasn’t this wild, raucous drinking, having a good time I thought it might have been. But the training is phenomenal, so it’s a trade-off.”
Baptême du feu :
Rhys remembers this time mostly for his baptism by paparazzi fire, as the snappers pursued Miller (who played Thomas’s wife, Caitlin) and co-star Keira Knightley across various locations in the Welsh countryside.

“I’ve never seen anything like it,” he says. “The military precision… they had camo [camouflage] netting – it was a real eye-opener as to how those girls live their lives. And there’s something very strange about large groups of men following girls around photographing them.”
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Matthew Rhys

Message  Luce le Lun 8 Oct 2012 - 8:03

Séries télé : les producteurs font le pari du haut de gamme (Le Figaro, 8 octobre 2012)
La Fox a choisi le Mipcom pour proposer sa nouvelle série, The Americans, avec Keri Russell et Matthew Rhys.
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