Kyle Schmid : entrevue pour Jeannie Musick

Kyle a récemment donné une entrevue pour le blog de Jeannie. Il évoque ses différents rôles de vampires dans « Blood Ties » et « Being Human« . Retour vers deux rôles qui l’ont consacré sur le petit écran…

Kyle Schmid by Denise Grant 2012

JEANNIE : I believe you were 23 when you began the role of Henry Fitzroy in Blood Ties. In real life, Henry died at the age of 17. Alors, you were a 23-year-old playing a 488-year-old vampiric 17-year-old, if that makes any sense. As an actor, how did you play both the youth and the age ?

KYLE : The youth wasn’t something that I focused as I find age doesn’t necessarily reflect wisdom or inner depth. I focused on the years of which Henry had lived. The weight of those years and how they played a part in who he had become presently at the time of the show.

JEANNIE : I noticed that you had the pocket watch that you used to connect yourself to an older mentality. Were there other tools that you used in that way  ?

KYLE: Wardrobe for me has always been something that transforms me with any character. The set design of Henry’s apartment was beautiful…fit for a king (or son of). There were other props as well. His ring and a leather dog tag necklace were pieces of his history that he refused to let go. I imagined the ring had been his father’s and the leather dog tag a memento of a long past war (…).

JEANNIE : What have your vampires given you? What did playing Henry Fitzroy given you? What did playing Henry Durham give you ?

KYLE : Playing those characters has given me a lot. Not only have I learned so much about the business, acting and myself but the introduction to the syfy world fan base is something that I’ll always be thankful for (…).

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