Pride - Exclusive Interview with Andrew Scott and Stephen Beresford
"Sherlock" actor Andrew Scott co-stars in "The Bachelor Weekend," an Irish comedy that will make its Flint-area debut Sept. 12-14 at the Flint Institute of Arts.
He’s become known to the public through playing the villainous Moriarty in the BBC’s rebooting of the Sherlock Holmes story. The character was killed, apparently came back from the dead and left followers wondering if he’d reappear in future episodes.
““My mother was a teacher and my father worked with young people so I feel that’s in the blood a little bit more than directing. All those decisions a director has to make, especially on a film set, I don’t know if I could cope with that,” says Scott.”
Actors Faye Marsay, Jessica Gunning, Sian James, actors Ben Schnetzer, Andrew Scott and Bill Nighy, co-founder of LGSM Mike Jackson and Jonathan Blake attend the Toronto International Film Festival screening and after party for “Pride” at The Elgin on September 6, 2014 in Toronto, Canada. (September 5, 2014 - Source: Phillip Chin/Getty Images North America) [x]
I was looking to do something a little less flamboyant than my recent work and to play someone who’s a little bit melancholy, a little gentler, a little bit lower key. (x)
Andrew Scott talks Pride, life after Sherlock and Dominic West’s dance moves