All Tom Mison. All the time.
I’ve seen all but Dead Cat and Jadoo, since they haven’t been released in the US yet. Of the films (as opposed to TV), I’d recommend seeing Salmon Fishing in the Yemen first - it’s his biggest movie role as far as screen time goes and it’s a lovely film. After that, I’d probably make sure you see his short films (both available on iTunes and probably YouTube), then One Day. All the others are much smaller roles, especially Venus (which is all but non-existent).
No idea! Just wondered if there was another reference saying it. I haven’t seen it mentioned in any interview, article or source that I can remember so was just curious!
Loved it, but I think I liked him flirting with the librarian even better.
Thanks! Is that from the Wiki page?
Mo: Obviously you cast two fine actors, but I’m sure you’ve been down this road, where you never really know what the chemistry is going to be like on the screen week after week, day after day. I mean, is there different things or different directions you went or things that you were allowed to do because Tom Mison and Nicole Beharie just have such natural chemistry both as individuals and then together as those two characters.
Mark Goffman: Yeah, from the first episode that I got to work on, I mean I think it was very apparent in the pilot, the writing and Len Wiseman’s directing really set that up beautifully and you could see it. But you’re right, that when you get into the day on day of the show and you are shooting with a lot less time and under different circumstances, is that going to continue? And, I mean, we really just caught lightning in a bottle with the two of them. I feel like we can give them anything, and we do. Whether it’s saying to Tom, can you sword fight? And he’s like, “actually yes, I was trained in that.” and then to be able to build an episode around the origin story of the Horseman with these great duels, is just a dream. And the same I think with Nicole, she has a warmth to her that is just…it’s mesmerizing. That, in this very tough character, is incredibly hard to pull off, and I feel like we definitely write towards that because she can emote and she can sympathize with people, but still you see how just how sharp her mind is.”
Mark Goffman, Sleepy Hollow EP, interviewed by Mo in the Ichapod Podcast.