Category: Daniel Sharman

August 24, 2017 Interview: Danay Garcia & Daniel Sharman on FearTWD Sea...
   

So, who’s excited for the return of Fear?

Whilst on their journey across the Atlantic to London, AMC UK were lucky enough to grab Fear the Walking Dead’s Luciana and Troy in the flesh – Danay Garcia and Daniel Sharman.

With shooting on the show now fully wrapped for the season, Garcia and Sharman were able to answer a few questions on what we can expect to see over the next 8 episodes of the series.

Find out who they would’ve loved to have worked with, what they think is the most bizarre aspects of their characters and more in the video below.

Fear the Walking Dead returns Monday 11th September at 9pm on AMC UK

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August 10, 2017 Daniel Sharman and Bradley James Join Netflix’s ‘Medici’ (EX...
   

The producers of Netflix’s “Medici: Masters of Florence” have completed casting for season two, with Daniel Sharman andBradley James among the new names on the Frank Spotnitz and Nicholas Meyer-created Italian period drama, Variety has learned.

An international cast is headed by Sharman (“Fear the Walking Dead”), who will take the lead role, playing a young Lorenzo the Magnificent in 15thcentury Florence. James (“Damien”) will star as his brother Giuliano.

Shooting on the €24 million ($28 million), eight-episode, series gets underway in Rome on August 24. Other key cast members for season two include Julian Sands (“Gotham”) as Lorenzo and Giuliano’s father, Piero, and Sebastian De Souza (“Crossing Lines”) as their friend, Sandro Botticelli.

The sophomore season of “Medici” is set 20 years after the events of the first. A young Lorenzo, the nephew of Richard Madden’s character Cosimo from the first series, is forced to take over the family bank, which has been mismanaged by his father.

As Lorenzo, his brother, and Botticelli set about trying to make Florence a great financial and cultural center, they face off against the Pazzi family, and Pope Sixtus IV, played by Raul Bova (“Alien vs. Predator”).

Sean Bean had already been announced as the Medici family’s nemesis Jacopo Pazzi. Lorenzo’s mother is played by Sarah Parish “Hatfields & McCoys”) and his mistress by Alessandra Mastronardi (“Master of None”).

The series is produced by Italy’s Lux Vide, public broadcaster Rai’s drama unit, and Frank Spotnitz’s company Big Light. “The X Files” writer Frank Spotnitz created the series with “Star Trek’s” Nicholas Meyer. U.S. showrunner Jon Cassar of “24: Legacy” and “24: Live Another Day” will direct.

“Medici: Masters of Florence” will be a Netflix Original in the U.S., U.K., Canada, India, and Taiwan and Rai is the broadcaster in Italy. Altice Studio is a co-production partner and has it for its SFR Play streaming service in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Switzerland. In Spain, it is with Telefonica’s Movistar Plus.

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