The latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter gathers together some of television’s finest dramatic actors for a special roundtable discussion, with stars Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul), Justin Theroux (The Leftovers), Jon Voight (Ray Donovan), Clive Owen (The Knick), David Oyelowo (Nightingale) and Timothy Hutton (American Crime) sharing their Hollywood experiences.
In this excerpt from the wide-ranging conversation, Justin Theroux discusses the gruelling schedule of working on an hour-long drama, where 16-hour work days are the norm, and why he prefers the shorter run of a cable seres (10 to 12 episodes) vs. the punishing 22-episode schedule of a network television series:
In this clip, veteran actor (and Midnight Cowboy Oscar-winner) Jon Voight discusses how impressed he’s been with his younger cast-mates on Showtime hit Ray Donovan:
In addition, David Oyelowo (Selma) discusses the apprehensions he had about his latest role as an ex-soldier suffering from PTSD and experiencing a breakdown in the HBO movie Nightingale, in which he’s essentially the only person onscreen for 90 mintues:
You can see more of this fascinating roundtable in the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter.