Read more about it on Den of Geek,. Prior to becoming professional actor, he appeared in a various productions. The foundation of The Musketeers, as well as it being adventurous, dangerous and action-packed, is that there still drama there and characters to be discovered. It was nice to freshen up and get back to grips with the technicalities of it all. I never was a Doctor Who fan. I have loved every bit of his development.
When it comes to speak about his personal life, Luke Pasqualino was briefly in a relationship with singer in 2016, but is still single. You filmed Snowpiercer in the Czech Republic, which is where you were for The Musketeers. The last time we saw you two together he was setting about you with a baseball bat in Skins? You try to get your credits up and get as much experience as you can within the acting field. For most of the movie I was pushing him around in a wheelchair and he's great.
Until then, perhaps he could pass some time by reliving his Musketeer experience on his own. You do see a few scenes though, as the series progresses. Luke is probably best known for his role as Freddie in the E4 series Skins. That was my first day of filming on the shoot, we shot that death scene. Luke Pasqualino was born on February 19, 1990, in Peterborough, England, as Luca Giuseppe Pasqualino.
I watched my first full episode of it on Christmas Day because I knew Pete was coming into it for the regeneration, and I really enjoyed it, I was pleasantly surprised. Do you ever feel the need to do a bit more? Freddie was a great breakthrough role for you. Is that what you call him? Is that your take on them? He is confident the series has told a good story while it lasted. He is known for collaborating with the HeForShe feminism campaign. We all got back into the swing of it from the start. His acting career has been active since 2009.
Its absolutely vital - to do something like this in England would never have worked. There are many ways that you can enjoy The Gallifreyan Gazette. None at all, none at all. Warning: contains a major spoiler for Skins series four. I made that connection when someone Tweeted the picture, probably about six or seven months ago now, and I saw it on Twitter and thought, I remember that! He was just half-draped over this horse and off he went! You just sit and watch a bloke that like on set, how he presents himself, how he gets himself prepared for scenes.
Did you see that The Guardian newspaper called in a fencing expert to pass judgement on the swordplay in the show? He has dated two pretty ladies in his past days but couldn't hold it for a long time with them and broke up. I tried to push that out as much as possible. I have, a long time ago. Is that your experience too? Luke Pasqualino plays the role of in.
He took drama classes at Stamford Art Centre held by Martin Tempest. The Musketeers on one side are trying to fight with their loyalties and their passion about being a musketeer balanced with their own personal compulsions, be that women or gambling. What prompted him to buy it for you, was it because of that line you have in episode one? I was just about ready for it at eighteen. It was the most valuable week of the shoot really - it put us in great stead for the rest of the show and kind of gave us a head start really. I never really got to work with Peter Capaldi that much; none of us really did as he was mainly based in the palace with the King.
You take that energy on set - it really works - and that's evident in every episode really. What can we expect in terms of his relationship with Constance? Can you tell us a bit about going over there and reading for parts. Sometimes actors tend to overthink a lot of things but with him I think instinct is the biggest thing really, he just really follows his gut and does whatever he feels is right. Everything was shot on a sound stage. They have to do what is right no matter what, and I think that is a really cool story and message to tell the audience.
Fingers crossed we go for a series three! One of the notes I was given before filming was that they really wanted to play on the fact that he had a very hot head - so I tried to put that out there. We spent a lot of time together. You had a difficult task on your hands there, playing a young Edward James Olmos is no mean feat but you managed to hold your own. No, my homework was watching Caprica, because ours was set in between Caprica and the Eddie James Olmos one, but I did want to speak to Eddie beforehand, so I got on the phone to him and had a little chat about whether he could give me any pointers.
Just to have that couple years more experience under my belt really helped me. I met Howard before we even started filming in a costume fitting, so we knew each other. Tell us a bit about D'Artagnan Well Tom, who plays Athos, said a great thing to me the other day which was that each of the Musketeers has their own compulsion, and D'Artganan's is definitely that he has a very impulsive nature. We all trust Adrian in what he wants to do and were happy to go in the direction he set out, which is going to show more as the episodes progress. Finally then, can you give us a tease about the coming episodes of The Musketeers.