EXCLUSIVE: Stephen Merchant’s BBC and Amazon comedy-drama series The Offenders has assembled an eye-catching cast since it began shooting last year — and now you can add another name to the list. Revolving around a group of strangers completing their community payback sentence in Bristol, England, The Offenders has added...
The Dracula and The Affair vet will star in the BBC/Amazon dramedy about a group of strangers completing their community payback sentence in Bristol, England. Bang will play a mysterious and terrifying London gang boss, who is chasing a debt owed by the offenders.
Showing 1 - 6 of 6 articles tagged "Claes Bang" The Dracula and The Affair vet will star in the BBC/Amazon dramedy about a group of strangers completing their community... Dracula delivers everything required for frightful fun. The three-part BBC series from Sherlock's Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss starring Claes...
Claes Bang felt like a child again on set for 'The Affair'. The 53-year-old actor explained how working on the period drama - which is set in wartime Czechoslovakia - recalled memories of being a kid put on costumes and role playing which helped him settle into the role of Viktor.
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Brno, Czechoslovakia, 1930s. The Affair. The Landauers, a recently married couple, commission German architect Rainer von Abt (Karel Roden) to build a unique house – a minimalist modern masterpiece made of steel and concrete – with a transparent glass room as its center. It is not only beautiful and extraordinary, the room also works as a metaphor for transparency, modernity and hopes of the newborn republic.
Claes Bang teased a second season of "Dracula." "Dracula" actor Claes Bang said the iconic teeth sit on a wooden plaque that reads "fangs for the memories." Bang said he is "in the dark" as to whether season 2 of is happening, but said he'd "love" to do it.
According to Claes Bang, he's now “too old” to play James Bond. Claes Bang thinks he’s “too old” to play James Bond. The Danish actor has been one of the names in the frame to replace Daniel Craig as 007 when he bows out after the release of ‘No Time to Die’ later this year, but the ‘Dracula’ star thinks that, at 53, he’s not right for the iconic role.
My schooling in Denmark was quite a mess. I went to something like eight or nine primary schools. My parents moved around a lot and then they got divorced. I had new classmates every Monday. We did a play in high school. Someone said, “Would you like to be in...