What I’m trying to say is that the foundation for where I wanted to go, that’s where we were all headed, as opposed to saying, “Well, you’ve got to play it this way or that way” and that’s why I enjoy working with Antoine.
It’s very open and I went down the sociopathic line.
Tony winner Pam Mac Kinnon directs , which also stars Uma Thurman as Chloe, Josh Lucas as Tom and Tony winner Blair Brown as Jeanette Simpson, mom to Soo's character. Phillipa Soo is a Tony nominee for Hamilton who was most recently seen on Broadway in Amélie (helmed by director Mac Kinnon).
In the interest of bringing CS readers the widest diversity of people working in show business, Coming sat down with Csokas at the Toronto International Film Festival where The Equalizer premiered.
We learned that he wasn’t nearly as scary as some of the character he plays, rather being quite eloquent and knowledgable about the craft of acting and how to create such memorable characters.
He arrived at a very introverted quiet place as opposed to largesse and a more vulgar depiction, at least in mind, and giving him a continental Russian accent rather than a more overt one was useful.
It gave him dexterity of mind and thought and he needed to keep up with a very formidable adversary in Robert Mc Call, Denzel’s character.
Marton Csokas have joined the starry lineup of Beau Willimon's Broadway-debut play, The Parisian Woman!