As the first actor to make an appearance on the show, Jeremy Irvine certainly didn’t disappoint. Many may know Jeremy for his past roles on the likes of the blockbuster movie War Horse, the giant musical franchise that is Mamma Mia and his latest project, Treadstone. The mammoth Amazon Prime Video series is an action-packed thriller set in the world of Jason Bourne amidst a backdrop of spies, assassins and espionage.
Jeremy’s credits from film, television and stage have been widely varied and so too has his experience. In this episode, Jeremy provides a brilliantly truthful and honest insight into what it’s really
like to be an actor. Sharing the creative challenges that are often faced, the process of getting into a role and the inspiring story of how he got his break in the first place - a perfect case of creating his own luck and which ultimately led to him being cast for his debut role by Steven Spielberg. THREE TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE INCLUDE:
- The lessons and advice that Jeremy has been given by the likes of Steven Spielberg and Colin Firth.
- Why Jeremy finds the term ‘method acting’ ridiculous, despite in his own words "having been accused of it” in the past.
JEREMY’S RECOMMENDATION: Succession
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- How emotion can impact output - a transferrable skill from the world of acting that could be applied to any industry.